The Henderson Community Appearance Commission has continued to perform routine maintenance and planting projects in the city.
Dabney Elementary teacher Susan Hughes recently used a $750 grant she secured from the N.C. Farm Bureau and the Vance County Farm Bureau this spring to purchase a plant growing device called a Hydro-Stacker for use at the school.
The Sorosis Club met Thursday, Oct. 16, at George’s Restaurant, with Tempe Riddle serving as hostess.
The Warren County Gamma Chi Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma Society International recently recognized 11 club members for their many years of membership to the society.
Most babies do not develop a regular sleep pattern until about 6 months of age.
Breanna Parks (from left), M'Lik McNeil and Antoine Lindsey of the Kittrell Job Corps Center stock and organize shelves in the food pantry at the Area Christians Together in Service (ACTS) Soup Kitchen as part of a community service project Oct. 7 conducted by center students and staff.
Vance-Granville Community College is offering 10 scholarships worth $750 each to students enrolled in continuing education classes through a program funded by the State Employees’ Credit Union of North Carolina.
Vance-Granville Community College is offering a class to help area residents become savvy Black Friday shoppers.
Ruth Morgan, an employee of Universal Healthcare of Oxford, will be honored Oct. 30 by the N.C. Health Care Facilities Association.
Fernando Varela will perform popular and opera classics at 8 p.m. Friday at Vance-Granville Community College.
Veronica Young (center), a counselor at E.M. Rollins Elementary School, presents a plaque to First Baptist Church members (from left) Lois Murphy, Carol Franklin, Nancy Strickland and Becky Faulkner to honor the church's service to the school.