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Investigators said hard work by detectives and a tip from the public helped lead to the arrest of the suspect, identified as Helen Elizabeth Dibari, 26, of Vale.
Arts at the Abbey: Belmont Abbey College recently announced the 2014-2015 season lineup for Arts at the Abbey. The season includes local, regional and international artists from Europe and South America performing at the Abbey Basilica on campus.
The fire was reported shortly before 5:30 a.m. at a single-family home in the 800 block of 6th Avenue Drive NW, according to Hickory fire officials.
As Geoffrey Chaucer noted more than six centuries ago, a pilgrimage is a journey to a holy place – a spiritual as well as a physical expedition to a healing shrine.
Friends of Newton resident Ken Roll say he knows stuff – lots of stuff.
The annual Downtown Newton Old Soldiers Reunion includes a series of events during 1 1/2 weeks.
Fall Speakers Series: Award-winning writer, naturalist and activist Janisse Ray will launch Catawba County Library’s fall speaker series with a reading and discussion of her book, “The Seed Underground: A Growing Revolution to Save Food,” at 6:30 p.m. Sept. 4 at the Main Library, 115 W. C St., Newton. Her presentation highlights the community garden project at the Main Library.
Pageant queens: The winners of the Miss Gastonia Scholarship Pageant on July 26 were Miss Gastonia Christina Benedict, Miss Gaston County Mackenzie Church, Miss Gastonia’s Outstanding Teen Payton Calvert, and Miss Gaston County’s Outstanding Teen Jessica Clifford.
When Tom Pistone captured his second straight Legend Car Masters division championship in Charlotte Motor Speedway’s Summer Shootout Series it wasn’t a surprise.
Which identity should be named first when introducing the accomplished Jane Duralia? What seems to get most everyone’s attention is the fact that she is the president of the American Wine Society, a national nonprofit that promotes wine education.