VALDESE — The Rock School Arts Foundation’s 33rd annual Open Art Competition is moving online, the organization recently announced.
Summertime and the beach always go together — even if it’s in downtown Morganton.
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The Iredell County Health Department was notified on Monday afternoon of the first presumptive positive case of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) in the county. The results have been sent to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention laboratory for final confirmation, according to a rele…
In response to concerns regarding COVID-19, The News Herald office is temporarily closed to the public.
We who oversee the care of elderly friends or family know what stress is all about — in normal times. It’s a hard job, physically and mentally. Even for those who can hire others to help out, there remains worry about paying good wages to keep good people, and coordinating doctor visits and …
The city of Morganton Municipal Auditorium has announced that it will cancel the remainder of this 34th season.
We were working on our craft projects at the Needlework in the Morning program at the Morganton library when Elsie Bartlett looked up from her knitting and asked, “Can you name five famous female artists?”
The Burke County Public Library is putting a spotlight on Women’s History Month.
HICKORY — The hilarious romantic comedy “Shakespeare in Love” continues its run this weekend in the Jeffers Theatre. The performances will run through March 22.
VALDESE — The Rock School Arts Foundation has announced the exhibition for David Harmon and the AFA Visual Art Students and Faculty of Catawba Valley Community College. The opening reception will be on Sunday, March 1, from 2-4 p.m.
HIDDENITE — Reservations are available for the Hiddenite Arts and Heritage Center’s Valentine’s Day dinner.