Habitat for Humanity plans Mother's Day build
This month's meeting will be held Monday at 6:30 p.m. at the Spindale House.
During its regular meeting on Monday evening, the Spindale Board of Commissioners will vote to enact a project ordinance regarding the North Carolina Department of Commerce Industrial Development Fund Grant for purposes of rehabilitating the wastewater pump station at the former All American Homes site near the U.S. 221/74 interchange.
Rutherford County Arts Council will present the Globe Repertory Company production of The Shakespeare Sampler on Wednesday, April 23 at 10 a.m. in the Foundation Performing Arts Center at Isothermal Community College.
A recent decision by the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) could change college sports forever. A panel of experts will discuss the potential consequences next week at Isothermal Community College.
Over 300 high school seniors received information on finance, success, self advocacy and job skills during the College and Career 101 Conference at Isothermal Community College (ICC) on Thursday.
"I congratulate you and appreciate the model you are, not only for us but for the nation as well," Superintendent Dr. Janet Mason said to staff and students of Rutherford Early College High School (REaCH) during a special reception on Monday.
In an emergency situation, especially involving cardiac arrest, every second counts.
Instructors with the Isothermal Community College EMS program are offering a special CPR class called “When Seconds Count” to help prepare people for those types of emergencies.
Over 1,000 sixth-grade students explored the many real-world uses of science and technology at Isothermal Community College (ICC) on Friday.
Amy Cooke said that some of her best memories of Isothermal Community College (ICC) are the graduations. She has been the Director of College and Career Readiness at ICC four years and is leaving to become the coordinator of professional development and technical support with the North Carolina Community College system in Raleigh.
Singers, actors and musicians performing in the SilverArts Follies portion of the Senior Games were recently recognized during an awards ceremony at the Rutherford County Senior Center.