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“People aren’t coming from Charlotte to be here, but by all means we wouldn’t mind that at all,”  – Jason Kubera talking about how he co-founded LKN Repair Group to bring a specialized service to the Denver community.

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LINCOLNTON – Lincoln County Commissioners officially denied First Class Autos, Inc., owned by Steve Taylor, a conditional use permit, which would have allowed the existing used car sales business to move into a larger building at 1598 N.C 16 Business N.

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LINCOLNTON – The Lincolnton Steering Committee has been working with the North Carolina Main Street program to hone in on economic goals for Lincoln County, with a specific focus on the downtown Lincolnton area.

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DENVER – The East Lincoln Betterment Association was established in 1976, and from writing grants to hosting Christmas celebrations, ELBA has been actively involved in a number of community initiatives in its 42 years.

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Filing period for North Carolina municipal elections begins at noon on July 7 through July 21. For Lake Norman area political aspirants that means that seats on all town boards of commissioners are up for grabs as are school board seats.

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Correction: An earlier version of this story incorrectly stated the planning board voted to recommend approving the Matthews Heathers subdivision. The planning board voted to deny the request. 

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LINCOLNTON – The Lincoln County Board of Commissioners approved an agreement at its Nov. 21 meeting for subleasing a future jet hangar at the Lincolnton/Lincoln County Airport to Kyle Busch Motorsports (KBM).

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It’s a big political year for North Carolina with status as a battleground state in the presidential election but also with its key state and local races. Early Voting is already underway, and voting will come to a close on Tuesday, Nov. 8 with Election Day. Below is a list of some of the ra…

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LINCOLNTON – The Lincoln County Board of Commissioners approved multiple zoning applications and wrestled with how much to regulate properties at its Aug. 15 meeting.

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Residents head back to the polls on June 7 to vote in the primary for the U.S. House of Representatives and the N.C. Supreme Court. The primary was originally scheduled for March 15 but was moved because the General Assembly redrew district lines after a federal court determined the former d…