More than two months have passed since residents of Shenandoah Drive first addressed the Spindale Board of Commissioners concerning the clearing of 1/3 acre of land located on the right side of the road shortly after entering the neighborhood.
More partnerships are on the horizon for Rutherford County and North Carolina State University.
Cheers and cries of joy were heard across The Foundation as Adult High School students graduated Thursday night.
The Rutherford County Department of Social Services and the Rutherford County Clerk of Court’s Office are collaborating to present a Pinwheel Garden to recognize efforts to prevent child abuse and neglect.
Spindale Town Manager Scott Webber and Finance Officer Cathy Swafford presented the town's FY 2015-16 budget draft including the annual Schedule of Fees and 2014-20 Capital Improvement Plan Monday evening to the Board of Commissioners, proposing an unchanged property tax rate and an increase in the sewer rate.
The Town of Spindale intends to increase the efficiency of recycling collection and encourage more town-wide participation in recycling in FY 2015-16.
Commencement speaker Dr. Janice Gilliam told graduates at Isothermal Community College on Monday they would be successful entrepreneurs if they follow the five principles of effectuation in the future.
Robert McNair, co-founder of the Robert and Janice McNair Educational Foundation, had an eventful weekend in Rutherford County.
Senior Class President Daniel Hooper told 35 fellow graduates they have learned more than just general knowledge over the past four years during the Rutherford Early College High School (REaCH) graduation ceremony on Friday.
The Spindale Board of Commissioners will receive the proposed FY 2015-16 budget, including the annual Schedule of Fees and 2014-20 Capital Improvement Plan, during the regular meeting Monday at 6:30 p.m. at the Spindale House.