Members of the Stanly County Timberwolves AAU track and field team recently qualified to compete at nationals in their respective events. The athletes, from ages ...
Charles Curcio was the sports editor of the Stanly News & Press from 1999-2001 and has currently served in the same capacity since 2008. He was awarded the NCHSAA Tim Stevens Media Representative of the Year and named CNHI Sports Editor of the Year in 2014. He has also been honored twice by the North Carolina Press Association.
Members of the Stanly County Timberwolves AAU track and field team recently qualified to compete at nationals in their respective events. The athletes, from ages ... Read more
The rights of landowners to build a shed on vacant land were expanded by the Stanly County Board of Commissioners. At Monday’s meeting, commissioners voted ... Read more
The Annual Summer Art Explosion Show at the Stanly County Arts Guild gallery is in full swing. Winners were recently announced in the competition divided ... Read more
The town council of Red Cross approved at its regular meeting Monday night the annexation and rezoning of three parcels of land as part of ... Read more
The new West Stanly athletic director is definitely no stranger to the school. Having both played baseball for West and later becoming its head baseball ... Read more
The name, image and likeness (NIL) of Pfeiffer University student-athletes may soon be on social media sponsoring local businesses and more. With the recent order ... Read more
Pfeiffer University athletes, as well as other college athletes in North Carolina, received greater freedom to receive sponsorships for their own name, image and likeness ... Read more
North Stanly High School’s new athletic director brings experience to the position. George Walker, the varsity men’s basketball head coach at North Stanly, was asked ... Read more
After two years, Stanly County has a new fire queen. Addison McKinley Eury, representing the West Stanly Fire Department, was crowned as the 2021 Miss ... Read more
The town of Norwood parted ways with town clerk Kelly Caudle at a special meeting Friday afternoon. After a closed-session meeting by the town’s council, ... Read more