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Construction on the new Burke County jail is about two months from being completed and an administrator for it has been named.
VALDESE -- Valdese residents and businesses are losing another bank in town.
Less than a week after donating $5 million to help build a state school, Carolinas HealthCare System Blue Ridge has laid off 16 people.
Job seekers, if you want your education, experience, talent and abilities to count, know what you do best, when you add value and why it all matters.
A Florida-based company that makes pet products is expanding into Burke County and plans to hire more than 200 workers.
After Burke County Sheriff Steve Whisenant told commissioners on Tuesday he doesn’t think he can operate a new jail with the number of positions allocated in the proposed 2019-20 county budget, officials seem to have come to an agreement on an appropriate number.
RUTHERFORD COLLEGE -- An Italian company has finalized its acquisition of a company in Rutherford College.
The proposed county budget for next year would keep the tax rate the same, even though the county is looking at an overall 7 percent tax revenue increase due to a property tax revaluation this year.
North Carolina and states across the nation already have started to work on the 2020 U.S. census.
The city of Morganton has received plans for a LongHorn Steakhouse to be built where the former Abele’s Family Restaurant building currently sits.
Three people. Three openings. Three applicants. I’ve changed the names but not the shoes. If they fit, wear them.
Interview jitters? That’s normal and good if they prompt you to prepare for the interview rather than wing it.
What can you do when you’re stuck at the intersection of Walk and Don’t Walk?
Burke County commissioners this week approved pay increases for county law enforcement officers.
VALDESE -- Valdese properties are seeing the biggest increase as the county goes through a revaluation process this year.
It’s been a long time coming and much work has gone on to get to this point. Come June 21, the North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics will break ground on its Morganton campus.