Vance County Schools staff said Eric Pierce is one of the best leaders in the district.
A steady stream of princesses, monsters, fairies and zombies trekked up and down both sides of Garnett Street on Friday afternoon in pursuit of mouth-watering, sugary treats.
A Henderson native is returning to work for his hometown.
Kendrick Vann, a Southern Vance High School alumni, will be the city’s new director of the Recreation and Parks Department.
Voters in the Tri-County are turning out in high numbers to vote early — a trend that has appeared across the state this election cycle.
Students in Vance County took pledges against destructive behavior this week.
During Red Ribbon Week — a national observance to prevent drug abuse, crime and violence in schools — events are conducted around the country encouraging students to withstand peer pressure and stay focused on graduating.
Arrests and incidents in Henderson and Vance County.
County staff, community leaders and concerned residents shouted, “Stop the violence,” on their way down Chestnut, Winder and Garnett streets Thursday.
The crowd of about 150 people marched with signs that read, “Stop Domestic Violence,” as cars honked and passengers looked on.
Granville County Schools wants to protect employees’ identities after a security breach last week.
Vance County Schools wants fair pay for assistant principals.
During a called meeting Wednesday, the Board of Education approved its support for a legislative proposal urging the General Assembly to set a pay scale for assistant principals and principals during its long session at the beginning of the year.
As Halloween approaches, local law enforcement agencies are encouraging Tri-County residents to think safety first.