The woman who struck a stopped logging truck Wednesday afternoon has been charged with a DWI, according to the state highway patrol. In addition to ...
Chris Miller has been with the SNAP since January 2019. He is a graduate of NC State and received his Master's in Journalism from the University of Maryland. He previously wrote for the Capital News Service in Annapolis, where many of his stories on immigration and culture were published in national papers via the AP wire.
The woman who struck a stopped logging truck Wednesday afternoon has been charged with a DWI, according to the state highway patrol. In addition to ... Read more
After detectives with the sheriff office’s Criminal Investigation Division began receiving reports of numerous ATV thefts throughout the county last month, law enforcement recently arrested three ... Read more
A woman and one of her children were airlifted to a Charlotte hospital Wednesday after she drove her car into a stopped logging truck, First ... Read more
After roughly 10 months of dealing with the ravages of the coronavirus pandemic, Stanly County over the past few days surpassed 100 people who have ... Read more
After receiving multiple complaints alleging that Harmanco’s restaurant was not adhering to proper COVID-19 mask requirements set by Gov. Roy Cooper, the state Department of ... Read more
A Stanly County native is part of a new group that’s been working with members of Congress to address divisions and racial inequalities in the ... Read more
As someone who’s served in numerous educational capacities for more than 20 years, including as a teacher, principal and university professor, Dr. Amy Blake-Lewis has ... Read more
With many businesses struggling to survive in the last year during the coronavirus pandemic, two Oakboro residents took a chance and decided to open their ... Read more
With a packed crowd Thursday night inside the Joel Honeycutt Community Room, including most of the police force, Chief Jeff Shew handed out the inaugural ... Read more
As of Wednesday, 645 people in Stanly County have received the first dose of the coronavirus vaccine, either Pfizer or Moderna. Of that group, 43 ... Read more