Business briefs March 26, 2015
Construction on the new Emergency Medical Station and the new Rutherford County library off U.S. 221A in Caroleen has been on hold for weeks due to winter weather and lingering wet weather.
The owners of The Shelby Cafe are proceeding with plans to open The Forest City Cafe between March 1-15, owner Brian Greene said Monday afternoon.
Last summer, TimeOut Management President and CEO Rodney Greene had a vision.
Open enrollment for affordable health insurance ends Feb. 15 and Rutherford Regional Health System (RRHS) is helping members of the public to enroll in a health plan through the Health Insurance Marketplace for 2015.
The finance officer for the Town of Forest City has submitted her resignation.
For a second year, Joe Mazur and his staff at La Strada in Lake Lure provided and served a lasagna dinner, complete with homemade banana pudding, at Monday night's Welcome Table.
The Rutherford Regional Health System (RRHS) Auxiliary awarded over $21,000 to the Rutherford Outdoor Coalition (ROC) to help pave a new section of the Thermal Belt Rails to Trails.
The latest land transfers recorded by the Rutherford County Register of Deeds.
Sterling Oak Apartments are under construction off Railroad Avenue in Spindale and when completed will be for family housing.