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ANNIE BLACKBURN Staff Writer The Lincolnton Police Department is asking for the public's help to locate a Lincolnton teen that was last seen on Sept. 12. Taylor Love Blake, 16, was last seen at her residence in the city limits.
TODAY Human Trafficking Awareness Program United Methodist Church in Lincolnton will host Pastor Mark Andrews as he presents Pedaling to Stop Traffic in the Fellowship hall beginning at 7 p.m. Desserts served at 6:30 p.m. WEDNESDAY Advocacy Training Lincoln County Senior Services will be hosting an Advocacy Training for local seniors from 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. A light lunch will be provided. Presenter Debi Lee from Centralina AAA will be discussing how to effectively communicate with legislators and officials about issues that matter to seniors.
Parents of Lincoln Charter School students attending the Lincolnton campus received a message from Principal Rachel Greer on Wednesday regarding a hit list that was found last week. Students informed a staff member that a fellow student had a folder that contained a "kill list."
The American flag was prominently displayed amidst a backdrop of construction. White ribbons, 2,977 of them, were tied to a temporary fence.
The Lincolnton Police Department reported the following arrests: Janet Marie Courtney, 24, of 3015 Aspen Street Apt. 24 in Lincolnton was charged September 5 with one count injury to property.
After more than two years of negotiations, Lincoln County's Board of Commissioners and Lincolnton's City Council members have approved a water contract. County commissioners voted unanimously to approve a water contract with the City of Lincolnton at their meeting on Monday.
Coalition of Churches Meeting The Coalition of Churches will meet at 7 p.m. to discuss further planning for the calendar year. For more information, please call 429-0509.
Lincolnton's City Council unanimously approved a project agreement with the North Carolina Department of Transportation at their meeting Thursday night that would begin improvements to the intersection of East Main Street and Generals Boulevard. According to City Manager Jeff Emory, the city has been working on preparations for this project for over two years.
The Lincoln Lions Club hosted a special guest as its District Governor, Dave Titus, attended the monthly Lion's Club meeting. In his capacity of District Governor, Titus acts as the chief executive officer of 957 Lions in 48 Clubs in Western North Carolina, extending from Lincolnton to Murphy.
The halls of the Lincoln Cultural Center were bustling with dancers of all ages, as auditions for "The Nutcracker -- A Children's Ballet" began at 10 a.m. on Saturday. The favorite holiday tradition, in its eighth year, saw students from Lincoln County dance studios warming up in black leotards, ballet flats and broken-in pointe shoes in an effort to land one of the roles in this year's production.
ELIZABETH HEFFNER Staff Writer Northern Lincolnton residents will be the first in the city to receive city-provided trash containers in 2015, the first step in an effort to decrease the waste-stream and improve residential recycling trends. Veteran Public Works employees Steve Littlejohn and Salvador Sosa were given the honor on Wednesday of drawing the city area that would first receive the bins in 2015.
It's hard to imagine that Saine Ace Hardware began in a space that occupied less than 1,500 square feet. Fifty years ago, Kenneth Saine and his young wife Alta saved their money and decided that they wanted to own their own business.
Updated: Tue Sep 16, 2014 09:27 am
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