WADESBORO — The Wadesboro Town Council recognizes the need to improve street conditions. While the need is obvious, the major challenge to improving streets is that no funding is currently dedicated solely to large repaving...
Local schools are collecting Box Tops to submit by the March 2 deadline.
(EDITOR'S NOTE: Carolinas HealthCare System released the following statement regarding ongoing talks with United Healthcare.)
This Saturday, from 9 a.m. to noon, is FAFSA Day. Colleges and universities use the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to determine financial aid a student may qualify for.
The Anson County Sheriff's Office teamed up with the United States Marshals Service to conduct Operation Warrant Roundup early last Thursday morning.
Do your chickens look like they need the Hair Club for Hens? Chickens lose feathers for a variety of reasons, and most loss is just part of the normal cycle of poultry life.
RALEIGH — The 2015 awardees honored recently during the North Carolina pork industry's annual conference include a community-minded producer from Kenansville and an Anson County farmer who has made leadership in the pork industry part of...
During the monthly meeting of the Anson Economic Development Corporation, a discussion of using broadband Internet as an economic development tool took center stage.
The Anson County Board of Elections discussed its hopes for new equipment during its regular meeting last Tuesday.
The Ansonia Theatre is proud to present “Sentimental Journey” on Feb. 22 at 3:30 p.m.
EDITOR'S NOTE: Due to school closings and dangerous weather, the Drama Club has rescheduled their productions of "Romeo to Go" and "Bad Auditions by Bad Actors." Both plays will be performed the weekend of April 24th and 25th.
RALEIGH — Electric cooperative crews throughout the state are on alert for any outages that may result from the predicted wintry weather.
National School Counseling Week, sponsored by the American School Counselor Association (ASCA), was celebrated from Feb. 2-6 at Lilesville Elementary School. This week provided the school community the opportunity to focus public attention on the...
South Piedmont Community College's Institutional Effectiveness & Research department will host two free events next week to spotlight the college's many opportunities and services. “The Hidden Gem in Your Community,” with...
Citizens rallied at the Anson County Commissioners' meeting last Tuesday to oppose an upcoming motorsports park and to request funding for the Anson County Arts Council.Arts Council
Although two people suspected of having measles in Cleveland County recently tested negative for the disease, a total of 121 cases have been diagnosed in 17 states so far in 2015.
Local homeschoolers Kimberly Ponds and Hannah Newell, both 16, made a model of a Civil War-era plantation using household items for their history project.
CHARLOTTE — Anyone who calls you and demands immediate payment for taxes is trying to rip you off, said Attorney General Roy Cooper, federal officials and the Better Business Bureau.
The second semester Parent Conference Day is almost here and many parents are preparing to meet their child's teacher. Below are some ideas to help you win “big” during that special meeting:
The town of Wadesboro experienced a sewer overflow into Brush Fork Creek on Jan. 29. Approximately 980,000 gallons spilled into the creek.
WADESBORO — The Town of Wadesboro is seeking public input on what the public thinks the Town's priorities should be for the 2015-2016 Budget. A public hearing will be held during the Feb. 2 Town Council meeting. The meeting begins at 5...
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