Supporting your life well crafted, Downtown Hickory serves as the gathering center for varied recreation and entertainment. Downtown is the hub of owner-operated local businesses, corporate headquarters, and urban living.
The City of Hickory is developing a master plan for the future Sandy Pines Park, which is located on a 13 acre tract of property in the northeast quadrant of Hickory.
Visit North Carolina released economic visitor impact numbers this week and Catawba County and the Hickory Metro saw an increase in all categories that range from visitors expenditures to local tax receipts.
Nonprofits, churches and schools are constantly battling a growing demand for services with shrinking funds. Foundation grant writing offers a potential solution.
Hickory Fire Department will host its 8th Annual Charity Golf Tournament on Thursday, October 5, at Glen Oaks Golf Club. All proceeds from the event will benefit the Bikes for Tykes program.
The sixth anniversary of TEDxHickory will be coming to The Belk Centrum at Lenoir-Rhyne University November 18th.
On Saturday, August 5th, before a crowd of over 200 people, the Hickory Community Theatre presented its annual Kay Awards to honor volunteers from the 2016-2017 Season.
"Law Enforcement, Fire/Rescue and Military (active or vet)! zRock Mind and Body Fitness is hosting a special 5 person fitness competition at their Downtown fitness facility next month on September 16th.
DirectNet, LLC, a local healthcare management company, has announced that Meredith Huffman recently joined the firm as an Account Executive.
Get ready for the biggest and best book sale of the year at Patrick Beaver Memorial Library, October 5-8. Thousands of books in many genres will be for sale at the annual event sponsored by the Friends of Hickory Public Library.
The Hickory Young Professionals (HYP), a leadership development organization that engages young professionals in the community, would like your participation in our Empower Hour with HYP event!
Students at Lenoir-Rhyne University returned to campus this week for the 2017-18 academic year, where they were greeted with many new and renovated spaces to learn and reside.
The City of Hickory Community Relations Council (CRC) is currently seeking projects to fund for the 2017-2018 fiscal year and is inviting qualified groups or individuals to consider submitting grant requests.
The City of Hickory is pleased to announce a special sale on the mulch and leaf compost for $10 per scoop.