A partnership which began more than three years ago has come to fruition as the Rutherford Community Health Center (RCHC) completed its transition to be under the umbrella of Blue Ridge Community Health Services (BRCHS).
Henry Frye, North Carolina’s First African-American Chief Justice, stopped by Isothermal Community College for a special Black History month event on Wednesday.
The race for Rutherford County Clerk of Court grew exponentially Tuesday with the filing of three candidates.
The District 5 Rutherford County Commission race lost one candidate as Democrat Rob Bole withdrew his name from consideration for the Democrat nomination.
Over 270 women gathered at The Foundation at Isothermal Community College on Saturday for fun, food and to raise money for mammograms.
Thomas Jefferson Classical Academy (TJCA) came to win the Isothermal Community College (ICC) Junior Challenge on Thursday, taking home first place in the seventh and the eighth grade competitions.
Providing a new transit shuttle service for county residents to Storehouse Pantry, earned Rutherford County Transportation Director Kerry Giles a state award for her efforts.
Jackie Godlock said the key to happiness is service during a special Black History Month speech at Isothermal Community College (ICC) on Wednesday.
A town alderman with the Town of Ellenboro has thrown her hat into the ring for the District 4 County Commission race.
On Monday, the Spindale Board of Commissioners spent a large portion of their regular meeting receiving updates and discussing the Wastewater Treatment Plant rehabilitation project, State Revolving Fund sewer rehabilitation project and Joint Sewer Study.
Isothermal Community College (ICC) will kick off its new series of Equine Studies classes in March with three classes at the college’s Polk Center.