Hickory Police are investigating a shooting incident that occurred yesterday at 1:50 p.m. During the incident that began in the parking lot of Days Inn, 1725 13th Ave Dr NW, two victims were shot.
The victims, Tylee Shahiem Street, B/M/19 and Dema...Read More
The Hickory Police Department’s August traffic enforcement P.A.C.T. – Pay Attention in City Traffic will be located on N.C. 127 - 2nd Ave SE to 14th Ave SW and U.S. 70 SE - 2nd St SE to 4th St Dr SW. Enforcement, both day and night, will focus on red...Read More
The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic continues to impact the local economy and the lives of Hickory residents. To date, City officials estimate that overall City revenues are down approximately $1 million since March.
Due to the ongoing pande...Read More
During the past few months, firefighters have been performing their annual hydrant inspection and maintenance program throughout the City of Hickory service area. There are over 2,500 hydrants located in the City, and nearly two thirds have alr...Read More
At the July 21 Hickory City Council meeting, Mayor Hank Guess presented a proclamation reaffirming City leadership’s commitment to opposing racism, discrimination, and police brutality.
Read the full proclamation here.
Hickory’s Ridgeview Branch Library will soon be renovated and expanded to better serve the community. At the July 21 City Council meeting, Hickory City Council accepted the bid and approved the contract with Neill Grading and Construction Company in ...Read More
Hickory Public Library will welcome author Katherine Center to our community in a virtual presentation on Tuesday, July 28, at 6:00 p.m. She will talk about reading for joy, highlight her newest novel What You Wish For, and at the end answer a few qu...Read More
The City of Hickory recently implemented a more secure, convenient, and user-friendly online payment system for its customers. The new and improved interface by Paymentus provides numerous benefits to customers, enabling them to pay their utility bil...Read More