The Kerr Lake Extension Master Gardener Volunteers have scheduled a gardening symposium entitled “Backyard Gardening: Going Wild in the Garden” for March 28 at the Vance County Regional Farmers Market.
Robin Sutton (front, center) of Raleigh gives line dance instruction to members of the Nu Chi Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha and the Oxford-Henderson Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority on Feb. 6 as part of the two chapters’ “Pink goes Red” event promoting heart health.
The board of advisors of the Granville County Community Foundation, an affiliate of the N.C. Community Foundation, is accepting scholarship applications for the Thad Stem Scholarship and the Donald Patrick Darden Scholarship.
Police Chief Marcus Barrow recently named Officer Brandon Mitchell as the Henderson Police Department’s Officer of the Month for January.
The Kittrell Job Corps Center engaged its students in real world work settings Feb. 2 as part of its Groundhog Job Shadow event.
Granville Little Theatre is holding auditions Saturday, Feb. 28, for its upcoming production of “Clue, The Musical,” directed by Andy Dickerson and Whitney Wicker.
With the predominance of cool-season grasses in pastures in the northern piedmont, we need to keep their growth habit in mind when planning forage needs for the year.
Some things are obviously bad ideas. Trimming your bangs after drinking is a poor decision. Asking Donald Trump his opinion about anything will definitely come back to bite you. And negotiating with a three-year-old or a teenager is pointless and painful. But prudently purchasing meat on sale can be a great idea.
Vance-Granville Community College held a Celebration of Gospel program Feb. 12 in honor of Black History Month.
Universal Healthcare in Oxford, located on 500 Prospect Ave., celebrated Valentine’s Day by having a Valentine Ball for residents on Thursday, Feb. 12.