A bride’s freshly cleaned dress hangs beside a christening gown starched and ready for a child’s first baptism. Beside of those two items is a large order of laundered clothes and another formal dress fit for a prom queen.
Those stepping inside Spencer’s Hardware will immediately know that it’s a family-owned business.
An array of guitar strings and musical instruments line the wall inside Killough’s Music & Loan on South Main Street in Marion.
A Marion business which seeks to provide quality services for adults, children and families with special needs has been honored by the Marion Business Association.
The McDowell Chamber of Commerce has selected a new executive director.
Last Thursday night and early Friday morning, several businesses on North Garden and East Court streets suffered water damage as heavy rains turned streets and sidewalks into rivers and drains were overwhelmed by the rushing water.
A new gallery is about to open in Old Fort.
Friday morning, former employees and their managers, civic and economic leaders, historians and researchers and folks who call East Marion home all gathered to remember Marion Manufacturing Co. and its legacy.
Two McDowell residents, whose families have long and colorful memories of Chimney Rock, both got to take the first “official ride” on the tourist attraction’s modernized elevator for their historical photos of the popular park’s early years.