Two individuals were honored for their hard work and dedication at the recent meeting of the McDowell County Honey Bee Club.
Residents arrived at their Old Fort home Sunday morning, June 25 to discover thieves loading their property into a truck, authorities said Monday. Following a struggle, three suspects were arrested following a two-day chase.
McDowell County Sheriff’s Office investigators are looking for the suspect that stole more than $3,000 worth of tools from a job site.
A Nebo man was charged and arrested after he was found with nearly nine ounces of pot and cash during a traffic stop, authorities said Thursday.
Three mid-level drug dealers wanted since a massive conspiracy roundup last Thursday, June 15 are now in custody with five still on the loose.
A Marion man accused of having inappropriate contact with a 10-year-old girl in January was given nearly three years in prison during McDowell County Superior Court.
A Marion woman charged last June with breaking into the home of the Old Fort police chief was sentenced to at least eight months in prison.
Two accidents hours apart on Sunday, one on the interstate and one involving an ATV, sent three patients to the hospital with injuries, according to reports.
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Investigators from various agencies continued their bust of a massive three-county drug conspiracy on Thursday, June 15, as they began rounding up 10 additional suspects believed to be mid-level drug dealers.
A pair of alleged racially-driven incidents on a McDowell school bus in January resulted in a conviction for a McDowell High student in District Court on Wednesday.
Authorities from four different law enforcement agencies, including the McDowell County Sheriff’s Office, are looking for a woman with multiple warrants.
After 10 months of field trips, lectures and interactive projects in and around McDowell County, the LINC Class of 2017 graduated last week and reflected on good times.
When Ron Brown was traveling up Goose Creek Road one day in late May and saw three men with large butterfly nets collecting insects, he had no idea he would be contributing to an international study on a bug that only arrives once every 17 years.