After many resident calls and emails, the Union County Board of Commissioners decided not to implement the proposed rate increase and payment method for the county’s six solid waste disposal sites.
Tuesday, May 7 from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m., the Union County Community Shelter will be hosting its first Hunger & Homeless Summit for the community.
The North Carolina House of Representatives is set to vote on a proposed gun bill this week.
Monday, the Union County Board of Commissioners can expect a conference room filled with residents unhappy with a proposed rate increase and payment method for residents using convenience sites.
Under cloudy skies people packed into downtown Monroe for the annual Beach Blues and BBQ festival Saturday.
Donations by the Griffin family made it possible for Hospice to add an outdoor space for patients and their families to visit.