The Lexington City Council named Terra Greene as the next city manager during its regular meeting on Monday.
Greene, who is currently the assistant city manager for Lexington, will replace Alan Carson who will be retiring from his position on Dec. 31 and taking the job of city manager of Thomasville, Georgia. Greene will sworn in at the next city council meeting on Nov. 26 and will begin her role on Jan. 1.
EGGER, one of the world’s leading wood-based materials suppliers for the furniture, wood construction and flooring industries, has started construction on its first U.S. manufacturing plant at the I-85 Corporate Center in Linwood, according to a press release.
Construction on the production facility began after the North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality issued an air quality permit.
For the fourth consecutive year, North Carolina ranks as the No. 2 state to do business, according to Site Selection magazine.
Below is a link to press release from the office of State Superintendent Mark Johnson recognizing Valley Academy as one of three STEM schools of Distinction in North Carolina this year. This is an amazing accomplishment, particularly considering the short time that Valley has been in existence.
With the first day of school fast approaching, the teachers and staff at Lexington Middle School received a gift to help support them throughout the year.
MasterBrand Cabinets and several other local vendors donated materials and equipment to create a new teachers’ lounge at the school.
North Carolina once again ranks as the most competitive state in economic development activity, according to a closely watched annual business ranking by Site Selection magazine.
North Carolina has received Area Development magazine’s 2018 Gold Shovel Award, recognizing the state’s top-tier success in winning high-impact economic development projects in 2017.
North Carolina, which in 2017 had one of its best years for job recruitment in over a decade, is one of only five states to receive a 2018 Gold Shovel Award. The magazine, which covers site selection and facility planning, considers a state’s top 10 job-creation and investment projects in granting the award.
EGGER Wood Products among North Carolina’s top job-creating development projects In Business NC Magazine July 2018 edition
Davidson County has been named by the Center for Digital Government as one of the Top 10 Digital Counties Survey Awards winners, among counties across the nation with a population between 150,000 and 249,999 people.
Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center today broke ground to signal the official start of construction of a new 26,500 square foot surgical facility at Wake Forest Baptist Health-Lexington Medical Center.
HAECO Cabin Solutions announced today its partnership with Airbus as a supplier of passenger seat.
EGGER Wood Products will host an Apprenticeship Information Event for High School students and parents at 6:00pm on Tuesday May 15th at the Rittling Conference Center at Davidson County Community College. EGGER will present their four year Apprenticeship Training Program and outline the requirements and benefits of applying for the EGGER Apprenticeship Program.
The State of NC developed the STEM School of Distinction program to identify and recognize exemplary STEM schools and STEM programs. Schools recognized under the Model Level of Achievement go even further by systemically interweaving science, technology, engineering and mathematics into complimentary coursework in the arts, career and technical education, English language arts, healthful living and world history.
CTE is measured on federal guidelines requiring each CTE Program to use certain quantitative measures to monitor the quality of the program. Performance Indicator 2S1 - Technical Skill Attainment, is arguably the most key indicator of quality.
Davidson County Schools met ALL Core Performance Indicators based on Perkins Federal Guidelines.
Davidson County Schools Performance Indicator 2S1 - Technical Skill Attainment Rankings:
Austin Dillon, grandson of Richard Childress and driving the #3 car, won the 60th running of the Daytona 500 - 20 years after Dale Earnhardt took the RCR #3 to victory lane. Richard Childress Racing is Headquartered in Davidson County and operates from a campus in Welcome, NC.
The Piedmont Triad Regional Council is hosting a great event on February 21 highlighting some innovative programs and practices in the region. Jennifer McNelly, President of 180Skills will be the keynote luncheon speaker. Please see link for more details and information
The POLICOM 2018 Economic Strength Rankings for the 382 Metropolitan and 551 Micropolitan areas in the United States are now available . Visit www.policom.com for the full report. The Raleigh MSA was Ranked 9th followed by the Charlotte MSA at 58th.
EGGER Wood Products will invest $700,000,000 and employ 770 at their new U.S. Headquarters and manufacturing campus.