A new grant unanimously approved by Stanly County’s commissioners Monday night looks to help elderly and disabled residents to rehabilitate their homes. The county received ...
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.
A new grant unanimously approved by Stanly County’s commissioners Monday night looks to help elderly and disabled residents to rehabilitate their homes. The county received ... Read more
Milestone birthdays in modern culture have become moments for people to have their lives celebrated by friends and loved ones. One recent celebration, however, reversed ... Read more
North Stanly’s football team had a unique opportunity Thursday night at home versus North Moore. With the Comets’ last game of the season against South ... Read more
Albemarle’s varsity softball team had not had a lot of success in recent years in terms of wins. The Bulldogs entered this season having lost ... Read more
The Oakboro Town Council approved Tuesday night a resolution to administer a $2.5 million grant from the state’s Department of Commerce for the Charlotte Pipe ... Read more
A subdivision in Oakboro received final approval from the Oakboro Town Council. Oakboro Town Administrator Doug Burgess spoke at Tuesday’s specially called meeting of the ... Read more
The South Stanly softball team saw a long regular-season conference win streak in jeopardy at Chatham Central Monday night. South Stanly had not lost a ... Read more
The Tuesday meeting of the Norwood Town Council will feature a public hearing where citizens can weigh in on the annexation of a local farm. ... Read more
The West Stanly softball squad continued its strong start to the season Tuesday night at Mount Pleasant. Jordan Hatch shut down the Tigers while the ... Read more
When the COVID-19 pandemic pulled the plug on many vocations last year, one group which also lost work were many minor league baseball players. Many ... Read more