During a special called school board meeting Thursday afternoon, members unanimously voted to make masks optional for students and staff beginning Monday due to the ...
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.
During a special called school board meeting Thursday afternoon, members unanimously voted to make masks optional for students and staff beginning Monday due to the ... Read more
Every day like clockwork, Theodore “Ted” Roosevelt Lilly Jr. walked the streets of Oakboro, visiting businesses and talking to as many people as he could. ... Read more
The Albemarle City Council on Monday night voted against annexing roughly 85 acres on City Lake Drive after hearing flood-related concerns from several members of ... Read more
Whether a longtime resident or just someone who stopped for a bite to eat at Wayside or to take in the Fourth of July parade, ... Read more
A benefit ride organized by Chapter 24 of the Red Knights Motorcycle Club will happen Saturday at the Stanly County Fairgrounds to show support and ... Read more
The Albemarle City Council on Monday night approved a major cluster subdivision located northwest of the intersection of Northeast Connector and Badin Road. The subdivision, ... Read more
While the coronavirus pandemic has impacted Stanly County in many ways over the past year and a half, one of the biggest, at least from ... Read more
When most people think of their dream wedding, it usually involves getting married inside a church, hotel or even a banquet hall. Some even consider ... Read more
Each of the 10 municipalities across Stanly County, along with the county government, have all received the first half of the funds appropriated to them ... Read more
Stanly County averaged 24 new cases over the past week, the lowest tally in several months, according to data from the Stanly County Health Department. ... Read more