Sep 13, 2013
Lenoir man convicted as habitual felon
A Lenoir man was convicted Monday in Burke Superior Court on charges of breaking and entering, larceny and being a habitual felon, and was sentenced to six and a half to eight years 10 months in prison.
N.C. Chief Steams Ahead Despite Stroke
"It's all I've ever wanted to do -- be around the big red trucks," Lovelady Fire Chief Winfield Abee says.
Students rely on internships for careers
Account executive Maria Martinat, left, explains responsibilities to new intern Kathryn Glaser, an N.C. State senior working towards her communications bachelor's degree, Tuesday May 20, 2013, at Howard, Merrell & Partners, an ad agency in Raleigh.
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Sarah Griffin receives award for campus involvement
Sarah Margaret Griffin, of Valdese, has been awarded N.C. State University's 2013 Outstanding Woman Award for Campus Involvement.