Duke Energy Foundation has awarded Franklin-Granville-Vance Smart Start $1200 for the Dolly Parton Imagination Library program.
Franklin-Granville-Vance Smart Start held its annual Education and Literacy Forum on Thursday, May 21, at the Perry Memorial Library.
Students at New Hope Elementary School enjoyed a variety of activities during New Hope Day on Friday, May 8. Activities were held for all students at the school.
Paul Faucette (right), a member of the Zeb Vance Ruritan Club, recently presented a scholarship to Sadie Lee (left), a graduate of the Vance County Early College.
Brewer Cycles will hold the 18th annual Duke Children’s Hospital and Health Center Charity Bike Ride on Sunday, June 7.
This adorable young boy has lost his way home and was brought into the shelter. Astro is a feist mix who appears to be healthy and well cared for.
More than 26 years ago, 15 women with a college education came together with the hopes of chartering a Warren County chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority. On March 19, 1989, they succeeded.
Twenty-three students at Northern Vance High School were inducted to the school’s National Honor Society chapter during a ceremony May 14 held in the school cafeteria.
Here are some tips from Eating Smart and Moving More to encourage you and your family to be more active and watch less TV.
A reunion for all former students of Townsville High School was held April 11 at South Henderson Pentecostal Holiness Church on Americal Road in Henderson.
Local business representatives led information sessions for students in kindergarten through fifth grade during the Career Days events April 29 and April 30 at Dabney Elementary School.