The Rutherford Business Showcase, an event for local businesses to showcase their products and services is being held today at the Foundation, Isothermal Community College from from 10 a.. to 3 p.m.
Forest City Animal Hospital fills a void on the eastern side of Rutherford County for pet care. There has been a need for more veterinary clinics in that area, and that's part of the reason Pam Poteat, DVM said she opened her small animal hospital across the road from the Forest City Facebook Data Center on Old Caroleen Road.
The Rutherford County Crusade is happening now.
Isothermal Planning Development Commission's executive director is Scott Dadson. He accepted the position following the retirement of Jim Edwards in February.
PANGAEA Internet (PANGAEA), the leading commercial provider of high-speed fiber optic Internet service for Polk and Rutherford Counties, North Carolina, has received the Cornerstone Award from Broadband Communities magazine.
Planet, the national landscape industry trade association, announces that Thomas Crawford has earned Mergefield “Designation” the Landscape Industry Certified Technician designation and is now nationally certified.
The Tryon International Equestrian Center (TIEC) is set to begin its Spring Series today with the first of two competitions which will be held April 2-4. The second weekend competition will take place April 8-12. Events are free.
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.