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Hats for Hope still needs headwear
After collecting thousands of hats for the Roy M. Hinson Cancer Center, the Hatley family is looking for ways to branch out.
Sculptor lends talents for Hot Off The Grill
He has the hands of a worker, the eye of an artist and the heart of a good Samaritan.
Stanly County Pageant Association reveals participants for Saturday night
A preliminary to the Miss North Carolina and Miss America pageants, Stanly County Pageant organizers are excited about this year’s roster of contestants.
Leaders unite to focus on branding
Stanly County government leaders are considering joining forces to instigate a “branding” campaign for the cities, towns and county.
SCCF awards nearly $30K in grants
A total of $29,270 in grants was recognized at the Stanly County Community Foundation’s (SCCF) grantee reception last Monday.
Albemarle resident receives appointment to railroad board
Raleigh – The North Carolina Railroad Company (NCRR) has announced the appointment of five new directors to its 13-member board.
Leadership Stanly welcomes members of Class of 2014
The newest class of Leadership Stanly were delivered their syllabus Wednesday night and welcomed as the 26th group to participate in the annual program.
Gifts from Angels collects toys, games for children
Friends and family of a young Locust woman who died last year are continuing to keep her memory alive.
City OKs zoning request
At a recent Albemarle City Council meeting, the Old Central School got one step closer to being sold.
Albemarle Downtown organization oversees many festivities
The decades following World War II brought about a wave of renewal which led to the demolition of many old structures. New was equal to better. The city of Albemarle was no exception to this trend.
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