GOP presidential candidate Newt Gingrich said Saturday he will move forward with stops next week in North Carolina, following reports that events had been cancelled as a result of communication problems.

Wayne King, vice chairman of the North Carolina Republican Party, said he got a call from Gingrich who personally told him campaign events are on for next week and that a schedule is forthcoming.

Reports that Gingrich — whose campaign is deep in debt and trailing far behind Republican frontrunner Mitt Romney — surfaced late Friday night when a source told Fox News the candidate’s scheduled campaign stops in North Carolina and elsewhere were “on hold.”

The reports were confirmed by King.

However, Gingrich campaign spokesman R.C. Hammond said later that a “communication glitch” had led to the confusion.