Category Archives: Your Hometown
By Leah Schmalz The Midland town council examined several options for community improvement during public comment session, presentations and a work session as part of the October town council meeting last Tuesday. During the work session that preempted the meeting, … Continue reading
By Leah Schmalz If stomping grapes with your feet to make wine has been on your bucket list, this weekend is the time to cross it off. Rocky River Vineyards will host a Family Harvest Picnic and Grape Stomping event … Continue reading
BIG – BIG – YARD SALE. Don’t miss this one! Center Grove United Methodist Church, Hwy. 200, Georgeville area. September 27 from 7 am to 2 pm. Lots of good items. Inside – rain or shine.
Stanly County Partnership for Children (Smart Start) will host a meeting of the FY2014-15 Stanly County Planning/Advisory Committee for North Carolina Pre-Kindergarten Program (NC Pre-K) on Tuesday, September 16, at 1:30 pm. Partnership Meeting Room, Stanly County Partnership for Children, … Continue reading
By Leah Schmalz On Monday, September 8, Bob Harvey submitted his official resignation and retirement from his position as administrator of the town of Stanfield. Harvey had worked for the town for five years. The letter said he decided to … Continue reading
Editor’s note: Stanfield Town Administrator Bob Harvey wrote the following letter announcing his resignation/retirement. Mayor, Commissioners and Citizens of Stanfield: After numerous hours considering many issues I have decided to retire and resign from my position as Administrator of the … Continue reading
At the town hall meeting on Tuesday, Midland town council voted to continue the public comment session on the sewer capital recovery fee until the following Tuesday, August 19, at 7 pm. Originally, plans were to meet at New Horizons … Continue reading
By Leah Schmalz At the July 21 Cabarrus County Board of Commissioners meeting, many citizens voiced their disapproval of the budget cuts passed in June in a public comment session that lasted nearly two hours. Among the speakers were Mayor … Continue reading
By Natalie Lloyd Tammy Albertson has taken the lead as the new executive director of the Stanly County Partnership for Children. Albertson transitioned into the director’s role July 1 following Barbara Whitley’s retirement at the end of June.