East Rutherford senior Amie Sessoms is the recipient of the South Carolina McNair Scholar Award. She receives recognition tonight along with the 89 (Reaching One’s Potential for Excellence) ROPE recipients at Carolina Events and Conference Center.
The 23rd annual ROPE (Reaching One’s Potential for Excellence) awards will be presented tonight to 89 Chase and East Rutherford high school seniors.
The Flame of Hope burned brightly early Friday morning as the Special Olympics torch was carried by law enforcement officers through Rutherford County.
For the first time in nearly four years the statewide unemployment rate dropped to below 9 percent.
When Kristen Paganetti, 22, was a freshman at UNCC, she wanted to add more adventure to her life so she joined the Army National Guard.
Funeral services will be held at 5 p.m. today at Salem United Methodist Church in Bostic for Matthew Scott Lail, 19, who lost his life in a single vehicle crash at 2 a.m. Wednesday.
When a child is seriously injured, the lives of families and entire communities are changed forever.
A 19-year-old teen was killed Wednesday at about 2:08 a.m. and his 20-year-old friend was critically injured in a single vehicle crash off Bostic-Sunshine Highway.
Matthew Scott Lail, 19, was killed and C.J. Sappenfield, 20, was critically injured in a single vehicle crash at 2:08 a.m. Wednesday on Bostic-Sunshine Highway.
A 60-year-old Henreitta man plead guilty to involuntary manslaughter in Rutherford County Superior court on Monday morning.