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Millingport's Crossroads Grocery to close after 71 years
Come year’s end Millingport is set to lose what many consider to be the heart of the community and one man’s purpose.
Tree seedlings for sale by Stanly Soil & Water District
The Stanly Soil & Water Conservation District will have its annual pine tree seedling beginning Jan. 10, 2014, at the Stanly County Agri Civic Center in Albemarle, from 8:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. weekdays.
Tips for Running Your Home on a Budget
(StatePoint) Whether you are living paycheck to paycheck or have cash to spare at the end of the month, it’s wise to trim unnecessary costs. By spending less on the things you need, you’ll have more for the things your family wants.
Badin Cafe continues tradition of free Christmas meal
There will be a little extra Christmas cheer Wednesday in Badin. Andy Haque and his restaurant can be thanked for that.
Festival of Trees raises funds for Hospice of Stanly County
For most people getting a head start on Christmas means decorating the Christmas tree at Thanksgiving. For Hospice of Stanly County it means breaking out the ornaments in March.
Community Christmas Dinner set for Christmas Day
The 24th Annual Community Christmas Dinner will be from 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. Dec. 25 at the Stanly County Senior Center, 283 N. Third St., Albemarle. Dine-in or carry-out will be available.
Breakfast with Santa helps fund Stanly County Partnership for Children
It looks like Santa has done it again.
For the second year in a row Stanly County Partnership for Children was happy to announce that it sold every ticket to its Breakfast with Santa event.
Albemarle City Council postpones zoning request
Albemarle City Council will postpone any decisions on the rezoning of 2817 U.S. 52 N. following opposition raised at Monday night’s public hearing.
Norwood Council approves sewer service
After more than eight years of meetings, planning and back and forth between the town of Norwood, the residents of Berry Hill and perspective contractors and engineers, Berry Hill finally got the good news regarding its status for sewer service.
Visions of gumdrops, icing dance to victory
It was a holiday tour of homes ... gingerbread homes that is.
Spring Arbor Assisted Living hosted its first gingerbread house competition.
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