Mother Earth Brewing is featured in a the July 2014 issue of Our State Magazine. The article titled Photos: North Carolina Brewers Guild features ten of North Carolinas more than 100 craft breweries. Click here to view the full article from Our State Magazine.
Kinston, NC Horseware Ireland had its new location ribbon cutting ceremony Friday, at the Fred Hunneke Building, at 1350 Cunningham Road. Owners, Tom and Carol MacGuinness flew in from Ireland to help the company celebrate its new home. During Tom MacGunniess ‘s remarks, he stated that Horseware Ireland started with a small team, in Dundalk, Ireland, in 1985. After months of research and hand-stitching, the prototype of the Rambo blanket was born. Since then, they have grown to become the world’s most trusted producer of horse blankets. “Horseware was recruited for business in Kinston, North Carolina, in 1999,” stated Mark…
Horseware Ireland cut the ribbon on there new location at Highway 11 & Cunningham Road on Friday June 20th.
On Tuesday June 3, 2014 the Lenoir County Manufacturers Association Celebrated their 2nd Annual PLTW Engineering Design and Development: Capstone Presentation Event.
By Junious Smith III / Staff writer Kinston Free Press Wednesday’s Lenoir Committee of 100 meeting celebrated the 29th year of the organization, as well as the impact it has made for the area. According to the organization, the Committee of 100 has contributed approximately $1.5 million in economic projects in the county — as well as $500,000 in the past 10 years — for the economic growth in the community. “I thought it was great meeting, and the committee was back on track,” President Tom Vermillion said. “I’ve always believed in Lenoir County. The group started in the mid-1980s, with a lot of folks…
Established in 1940, the George Foster Peabody Awards recognize distinguished achievement and meritorious public service by TV and radio stations, networks, producing organizations, individuals, and the World Wide Web. “A Chef’s Life” has been announced among the 2013 Award Winners Congratulations!!!
The Industrial Park in Lenoir County recently received signage to aid in recognizing businesses and directing traffic tot he businesses within the park. The Lenoir County Committee of 100, Inc. initiated the project and partnered with Electricities to have the signs created.
By Wes Wolfe / The Free Press It’s not too far removed from beating the French at champagne. Germans are known to be as protective of their beer as the French are of their wine, so it shouldn’t come as a surprise that the German government and the European Union only recognize Kölsch beer as that produced until strict guidelines by a select number of breweries in and around Köln. But when 65 Kölsch-style ales went head-to-head in a global competition at the World Beer Cup in Denver last week, Kinston’s Mother Earth Brewery took home the bronze medal in…
Shell #3 is currently available in Lenoir county. Here is a little information about the facility. Shell building started in 2009 Initial cost of $1.5 million C100 contribution was $100,000 Shell Building finished in 2010 40,000 square feet with 30′ ceilings Column Space is 40×40 Building is precast and metal Building is on 9 acres with a potential to add 8 acres to site Water, sewage, gas, electric, access is already at the site Used as a marketing tool with numerous visiting clients