Lawmakers and social justice activists say it's time the General Assembly discusses how to improve relations between police and citizens, particularly young black men.
The price at the pump keeps falling, but motorists in North Carolina will see the gasoline tax increase slightly Jan. 1.
Newly-elected Rutherford County Commissioners spoke in unison in the belief the county needs to start planning for future infrastructure needs.
Barry Gold was selected as the new chairman of the Rutherford County Schools’ Board of Education Tuesday night.
Nearly 1,300 lights were illuminated on the "Tree of Life" on Dec. 5 on the grounds of the State Capitol in memory of the lives lost on North Carolina highways last year.
A North Carolina agency has approved Duke Energy's plans to invest $500 million in solar power to meet the state's requirement that more of its electricity come from renewable energy.
The Rutherford County Board of Education will elect officers when it meets at 7 p.m. Tuesday.
A section of the U.S. 221 expansion project is included in the new 10-year Statewide Transportation Improvement Plan released by the North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) Thursday.
The House is moving Wednesday to extend a massive package of expired tax breaks through the end of the year, adding about $45 billion to the budget deficit over the next decade.
North Carolina could require companies to pay to repair roads after fracking operations.
The Board of Directors of Thomas Jefferson Classical Academy (TJCA) met on Tuesday evening with finances as a major portion of the agenda.
Secretary of Commerce Sharon Decker of Rutherfordton will step down from her job Dec. 31. The announcement was made during a press conference at which time Gov. Pat McCrory named John Skvarla to replace Decker.
Secretary of Commerce Sharon Decker has resigned her position and John Skvarla, head of the N.C. Department of Environment and Natural Resources, has been named by Gov. Pat McCrory to replace her.
It proved to be a little nerve-wracking for Bryan King, but he took it in stride.
Meeting just four minutes for its regular business session Monday night, Forest City Town Council gave the go-ahead to send a letter to the Wilmington District Corps of Engineers regarding a water project in Cleveland County.
The Forest City Town Council will discuss a letter received from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers regarding water capacity and the ability to sell water to Cleveland County Water (CCW) when it meets at 6 p.m. Monday.
Rutherford County Commissioners will elect a new chairman and vice-chairman during their reorganization meeting Monday.
Clerk of Court-elect Steve Owens and incumbent Sheriff Chris Francis will be sworn into office Monday at 8:30 a.m. and 9 a.m., respectively, in the Rutherford County Superior Court room.
As a Missouri grand jury’s decision was read, Charles McDowell of Forest City was paying attention.
North Carolina Attorney General Roy Cooper is trying to block the state's largest private water utility from being able to raise customer rates more quickly and with less public pushback.
North Carolina election officials gave formal approval Tuesday to the results of an election that included Republicans preserving veto-proof majorities in both chambers of the state Legislature.
Three Rutherford County community were among 20 community programs in Western North Carolina to receive Community of Promise awards from WNC Communities Saturday in Asheville.
A Rutherford County Airport employee said he was fired for “doing exactly what I was told to do by my immediate supervisor.”
Across the nation this week, communities will be recognizing the vital link between farm and city.
Gardner-Webb University inducted 36 new members into the Gamma Upsilon Chapter of the Alpha Sigma Lambda honor society for adult students on Nov. 9.