More than 500 adults packed into Rollins' auditorium for “Letters of the Season,” with a holiday theme for each letter of the alphabet. After Dabney Elementary's PTA meeting, students from all grades put on the “Gingerbread Christmas” play.
Jaquareus Thomez Holden is scheduled for a jury trial on Jan. 6 in the first-degree murder case charging the teenager with killing his mother June 15, 2011.
Three men with ties to Henderson are facing 31 felony charges in Carteret County and have collective bond amounts exceeding $7 million.
Moises Arias-Alejo and Isabel Marquez-Fajardo have been arrested and are facing multiple drug charges.
Arrests, citation reports from the Henderson Police Department and the Vance County Sheriff's Office.
North Carolina is getting by on the perimeter while its two best outside shooters sit with NCAA eligibility concerns.
Kerr-Vance improved to 6-3 Thursday with a 48-43 win at Ridgecroft School in Ahoskie.
Chick-fil-A Bowl president Gary Stokan wants to set the record straight: His bowl always wanted No. 22 Duke.
Peyton Manning wanted more rest. He got plenty Thursday night thanks to Philip Rivers and a San Diego defense that slowed down Manning and handed the Broncos an unexpected and harmful loss.
Jameis Winston walked away with another major award Thursday night, the latest national prize to put on his mantle.
Even before leading the United States into next year's World Cup, Jurgen Klinsmann has been signed to stay on as the American coach for the 2018 World Cup.
The Crossroads Christian School chapter of the National Junior Beta Club recently inducted 17 new members at the school during a candle-lighting induction ceremony in the school library.
The recognition committee at the Granville County Chamber of Commerce is accepting nominations for the 2014 John Penn Citizen Award.
A meeting on goat production will be held at 6:30 p.m. Monday in the upstairs conference room of the Vance County Cooperative Extension Center, 305 Young Street, Henderson.
The Henderson-Vance County Chamber of Commerce is currently seeking nominations for its 2013 Citizen of the Year award.
Throughout the country and most especially in Connecticut, we’ll pause on Saturday and take a moment to recall the horrifying events of one year ago.
Somewhere between the “thank goodness it’s Friday” crowd and those who will cower at every movement tomorrow are the rest of us. Our best advice: Go with the TGIF crowd.
For our dollar, which we still believe is best in our hand and not that of the government, the term is just fine for surveys but doesn’t really offer the definition to which we would ascribe.
In remembering Nelson Mandela’s life, full of accomplishment as it may be, two junctures would serve us well going forward. In each, we are reminded to never give up our cause or our dreams.
A federal judge in Winston-Salem says there will be no trial on North Carolina's voting law changes until after the 2014 elections.
North Carolina transportation officials say the Bonner Bridge on the Outer Banks could re-open next week if dredged sand placed around exposed pilings compacts well.
A Wake County detention officer has been found guilty of involuntary manslaughter for the beating death of an inmate at the Wake County jail last summer.
The home to North Carolina's governors is opening its doors to the public for the Christmas season.