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.
More parking, more dining options, more destinations open on Sundays, more advertising of downtown destinations and events!
Hickory Mayor Hank Guess joins HDDA in welcoming Merrill Lynch to Downtown Hickory on May 24.
Rick Cline's annual African Drumming and Steel Drum Workshop will be June 18-22.
Hickory Real Estate Group is pleased to announce that Hope Halbert has joined its firm as a REALTOR®/Broker. Hope specializes in residential property sales in Catawba, Caldwell, Alexander, and Burke Counties.
The City of Hickory Parks & Recreation Department and the North Carolina Mountain Bike Alliance invite you to attend a ribbon cutting for the Lake Hickory Trails on Friday, June 1, at 11:00 a.m., at the beginner loop trail head.
City Manager, Warren Wood, presented his Fiscal Year 2018-2019 recommended budget to City Council on May 15.
The City of Hickory was recently awarded funding for several projects that will complement the bond projects by connecting amenities throughout the City, as well as creating new housing and business development opportunities.
Hickory Public Library and Hickory Public Schools are partnering to provide students with access to additional educational materials, programs, and resources through the Hickory Shared Access initiative.
This year Young People of Integrity in collaboration with the Hickory Parks and Recreation is attempting again to get the community excited about the businesses on the square in downtown hickory.
The Transportation Advisory Board of the Greater Hickory Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) awarded $10,002,360 in funding to seven new bicycle and pedestrian projects sponsored by five area local governments.
Twenty golden shovels plunged into the earth Wednesday afternoon, as the City of Hickory, Catawba County, and the Catawba County Economic Development Corporation (EDC)
The City of Hickory has been awarded a $50,000 Urgent Repair Grant from the North Carolina Housing Finance Agency to assist qualifying low-income homeowners in need of urgent housing repairs.
The City of Hickory Community Relations Council (CRC) recognized the winners of their annual Human Relations Awards with a banquet and ceremony on Tuesday, May 22
The Hickory Downtown Development Association Website, www.downtownhickory.com, has received a recent upgrade.