At last night’s Boone Town Council and Boone Area Planning Commission’s Quarterly meeting, the Council and Commission took steps to preserve the downtown business district.
Starting Monday, May 14, the Public Utilities Department will be closing West King Street/Highway 421 in front of the Mast General Store for water and sewer repairs.
Hambro Forest Products of Crescent City, California, has agreed to purchase the Broyhill particleboard manufacturing facility in Lenoir.
Landowners in Western North Carolina are in for a treat on Friday, June 1.
The Litter Reduction Act of 2007 has met the approval of Watauga County Commissioners.
The Boone Town Council and Boone Area Planning Commission will host the spring quarterly hearing tonight at 7 p.m. in the council chambers.
A Caldwell County Superior Court judge refused to set a bond for 20-year-old murder suspect Rashad Donte Jordan of Lenoir.
A fire that resulted in $85,000 worth of property damage at Discover Advertising in North Wilkesboro earlier this week started when an electric saw on charge overheated, according to Wilkes Fire Marshal Nick Hamby.
The Watauga County Humane Society is sponsoring a microchip clinic on Saturday from 11:30 to noon at Animal Medical Center in Boone.