Lexington City Manager Terra Greene to step down this year
Lexington City Manager Terra Greene has told city officials that she is stepping down this year.
Barbecue Festival returns to Lexington Saturday
The North Carolina Barbecue Festival returns to Lexington Saturday after a two-year COVID-19-related hiatus.
Triad protesters speak out after abortion ruling
People angered by the U.S. Supreme Court's abortion ruling took to the streets over the weekend in cities and small towns across North Carolina.
Nucor steel brings jobs and investment to Lexington
Nucor, one of the world's largest steel producers, is coming to Davidson County where it will generate at least 180 jobs. Lexington will be home to a new micro mill steel plant.
Charles Moose, former Lexington resident who led D.C. sniper manhunt, has died
Charles Moose, who earned national recognition during the Washington, D.C. sniper killings has died.
Jim Snyder, Longtime Lexington Attorney And Politician, Dies At 76
Jim Snyder, a leading conservative voice in Davidson County for decades, has died.
COVID Spread, Labor Shortage Prompts Postponement Of Lexington Barbecue Festival
Organizers have called off this year's Lexington Barbecue Festival for the second year in a row.
Municipal Election Filings Begin, But Not For Greensboro
The filing period for most of the state's municipal elections begins Friday.