Friday, August 7, 2020

Stanly Community College Phi Beta Lambda chapter

The Stanly Community College (SCC) Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) chapter returned from the business student group’s recent annual leadership conference and competitive events with...

Locust council discusses allocation of surplus funds for next year’s budget

During last week’s meeting, the Locust City Council discussed the preliminary budget for the 2017-2018 fiscal year. The proposed budget included a $143,000 surplus...

Stanfield hears from county manager regarding potential rezoning of property

There was standing room only Thursday evening during the May meeting of the Stanfield Board of Commissioners. Town residents filled town hall awaiting information...

Children’s Art Show Held for Week of the Young Child

In celebration of “Week of the Young Child,” the Early Childhood Education (ECE) Department of Stanly Community College (SCC), Stanly County Partnership for Children...

Gray Stone wins Quiz Bowl Title

Gray Stone Day School was recently named the 2017 Stanly County Quiz Bowl champion during a local academic competition of high school students held...

SCC Commencement Ceremonies Scheduled for May 11

Stanly Community College (SCC) will hold its annual commencement ceremony on Thursday, May 11, at the Stanly County Agri-Civic Center in Albemarle. Three separate...

What’s up with the giant white tent?

Kane Tomberlin is a local contractor born and raised in Stanfield. In 2016, Tomberlin felt called to go in a different direction of life....

SCC Foundation Holds 14th Annual Stanly Classic

The Stanly Community College Foundation recently hosted the 14th Annual Stanly Classic Golf Tournament at the Tillery Tradition Country Club, located in Mt. Gilead,...

Oakboro swears in new police officer

Oakboro’s new part time police officer, Carey Money, was sworn in during last week’s Board of Commissioners meeting. Money began working for the Oakboro...

Cookies for a Cause

Last weeks ago the West Stanly Senior Center received a wonderful, sweet surprise. We had been chosen to receive "Cookies for a Cause". A benefactor...

Featured articles

CMS Follows NCHSAA Guidelines – Fall Sports and Scholarships in Play

Mint Hill, NC - We reached out to the Athletic Directors at Independence and Rocky River High Schools for feedback on fall sports, athletes,...

Mama K’s Kettle Corn Opens in New Location

MINT HILL, NC - Mama K’s Kettle Corn is open in its new location next to Sammy’s Snowballs! Owner Debbie Carver entered the Kettle Corn...

Parents Respond to State, CMS Plan for Schools in Fall

CHARLOTTE - In mid-March, schools across the country closed their doors as part of the nationwide effort to slow the spread of COVID-19, pushing...

A Nurse’s Nightmare – From The Frontlines Of The Pandemic In NY

MINT HILL, NC - "The hospital was a battlefield,” recounts Mint Hill's Janaria Nash, MBA, MSN, RN, of her recent deployment to work on...

Servant’s Heart Receives $175K COVID-19 Relief Grant

MINT HILL, NC - Servant’s Heart is thrilled to have received a $175K grant from Mecklenburg County to assist local families coping with the...