Two big problems in Marion – the cleanup of the old Drexel Heritage site and the closing of the Community Building Park – are getting closer to being resolved. By this time next year, both the Drexel Heritage site should be cleaned up and the park should be fully open again.
During the Labor Day weekend, a group of local veterans had an opportunity to visit Washington, D.C. and see the memorials in our nation’s capital to our heritage and freedoms.
The NJCAA does not have an age limit, so Daytona State College recruited three "non-traditional" students to its cross-country team.
At approximately 1:32 p.m., units from the Glenwood Fire Department and N.C. Highway Patrol responded to a fully involved vehicle fire near 867 Polly Spout Road in Marion. The driver of the black 1999 Dodge 1500, 60-year-old Jerome Warburton of Michigan, said he was going into town to get gr…
During a game against the Blue Jays at Camden Yards, Braille dots spelled out the word "Orioles" on the fronts of players' jerseys, and the lettering was used to denote their names on the backs. In addition, Braille alphabet cards were handed out to fans at the ballpark.
President Donald Trump reassured residents of storm-damaged North Carolina on Wednesday that "we're giving you a lot of help" as he toured areas still dealing with flooding, power outages and road and school closures from Florence, considered among the costliest natural disasters in U.S. history.
Nearly half of all cellphone calls next year will come from scammers, according to First Orion, a company that provides phone carriers and their customers caller ID and call blocking technology.
Nearly 68 years after his death by starvation, Army Master Sgt. Leonard Chinn will be interred Tuesday with his wife in the soil of her native state. He will receive the military honors denied him decades ago.
Over and over in recordings played Tuesday as part of her ongoing murder trial, Natalie Marie Keepers told investigators that she helped plan the slaying of a 13-year-old girl.
Police say Grant Robicheaux, who appeared in "Online Dating Rituals of the American Male," and his girlfriend lured women under false pretenses using their "charm."
Mark Saltzman, who wrote for several episodes of the children's program over 13 years, said in a recent interview that when he wrote for Bert and Ernie, he thought of them as gay.
A man who threatened President Donald Trump in June has eluded federal agents across six states and Canada, prompting school closures in an Ohio town after authorities said he sped off the road there in a stolen truck.
Tuesday afternoon, more than 40 workers with the N.C. Department of Transportation mobilized out of the resident engineer’s office in Marion to head eastward so they could help with clean up and recovery efforts from Hurricane Florence.
In the next four years, more than 75 million jobs may be lost as companies shift to more automation, according to new estimates by the World Economic Forum. But the same projections have an upside: 133 million new jobs will emerge during the same time period, as businesses develop a new division of labor between people and machines.