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 Hickory Downtown Development Association Website, www.downtownhickory.com, has received a recent upgrade.
North Carolina Main Street Champions were recognized for their commitment to downtown improvements and strong communities during an awards breakfast in Clayton on March 15.
At the March 20 Hickory City Council meeting, Charlotte Williams officially took her oath of office and was sworn in as the new Ward 2 Alderwoman. A reception to honor Williams was held in the City Hall Atrium prior to the Council meeting.
The City of Hickory's Bond Implementation Commission met on February 28 to review City Walk plans in preparation for sending the project out to bid.
Supporting the City's vision to drive economic development and attract both job opportunities and population to the area, Hickory citizens passed a $40 million bond referendum in November 2014, which assumed a six to eight cent property tax increase to repay the bonds.
Full Circle Arts of Hickory is pleased to announce the winners of its spring competition entitled "My North Carolina: Personal Views of Life in Our State" and would like to invite the public to their recep
Are you a library lover? Are the Patrick Beaver Memorial Library and the Ridgeview Branch Library two of your favorite places to visit? If you answered yes to either of these questions, the Friends of Hickory Public Library invite you to join the Friends group.
I am excited to share with you the nomination forms for the 2018 Distinguished Service Awards, hosted by the Greater Hickory Jaycees! The banquet will be held on Thursday, May 10, 2018 at Catawba Country Club at 6pm.
Greater Hickory Cooperative Christian Ministry's (GHCCM)strong financial health and commitment to accountability and transparency have earned it a 4-star rating from Charity Navigator, America's largest independent charity evaluator.
Congratulations to Finance Officer Melissa Miller and Deputy Finance Officer Bo Weichel for receiving their Certified Local Government Finance Officer designation from the North Carolina Government Finance Officers Association.
On Thursday, March 1st, a Graduation Luncheon was held in honor of the thirty-nine business and community leaders who graduated from the Catawba County Chamber of Commerce's 43rd Class of Leadership Catawba.
The City of Hickory's Historic Preservation Commission has been awarded a state grant to expand the Oakwood National Register Historic District.
Hickory's Oktoberfest 2018 is now accepting applications for Arts and Crafts vendors. Celebrating its 33rd year, this annual festival will be held October 12, 13, and 14, 2018 in Downtown Hickory NC.
A new study released by SmartAsset ranked the ten best places to retire in North Carolina. Hickory ranked number seven in the state, climbing two positions from ninth place in 2017.
The City of Hickory recently commissioned WR Martin to analyze its Water and Sewer System Development Fees (SDFs) considering current events, in order to ensure compliance with North Carolina House Bill 436 (HB 436).