A Marion man charged in October with stealing another man’s pickup truck was given at least 10 months in prison in McDowell District Court.
A camper near Marion Moose Lodge was deemed a total loss after catching fire Wednesday morning. Three people were able to escape the blaze unharmed, according to reports.
The Swannanoa man who after died after leading a police chase in a stolen church van in November had stolen another vehicle in Buncombe the day before, authorities said on Wednesday.
With temperatures gradually rising and leftover snow melting on the sidewalks, weather outlets and emergency services reflect on Winter Storm Benji.
A Marion man was arrested and charged after deputies responding to a passed out driver found almost 13 grams of meth during a search, authorities said Monday.
Many might say that Hayley Lovitt, a Morganton native and actress, is talented in many ways when it comes to being in front of the camera, and with her recent role in Fox’s new TV drama called “The Gifted,” she proves them right.
A Marion felon charged in June and July of this year on drug- and weapon-related offenses was given at least seven-and-a-half years in prison in McDowell County Superior Court.
9:45 p.m.: The Old Fort Christmas Parade on Saturday has been cancelled, according to Old Fort Police Department's Facebook page. No word yet on any makeup date.
The National Weather Service (NWS) has issued a Winter Storm Warning in effect for Southeastern McDowell, portions of the central and southern mountains of North Carolina and the adjacent Foothills until 7 a.m. Saturday.
McDowell County Schools will dismiss Elementary Schools at 9:30 today for inclement weather. Secondary Schools will dismiss at 10:00. Student drivers will be dismissed at 9:30 a.m. as well.
McDowell’s finest young actors will deal with wolves, witches and glass slippers this holiday season, as the McDowell Children’s Theatre presents “Into the Woods Jr.” this Friday at MACA.
Authorities believe this man caught on surveillance is responsible for passing or attempting to pass $100 bills in at least five city and county businesses.