A Henderson solar company plans to ask the state Department of Commerce for more time to create a total of more than 50 new full-time jobs — which is a requirement of the $500,000 building reuse grant awarded to it in 2011, according to Vance County Deputy Manager Jordan McMillen.
Arrests and incidents in Henderson and Vance County.
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The city of Henderson’s primary attorney said he is slowing down.
John Zollicoffer Jr. announced at Monday night’s city council meeting he will not be taking any new clients or cases after he is finished with his pending caseload.
Area churches are invited to attend a training session aimed at combating child abuse.
The Vance County Board of Commissioners wants residents’ insight on qualities they’d like to see in a new county manager.
Warren County residents have an opportunity to assist a campaign to promote locally grown foods.
It’s as simply as responding to eight items on an online survey.
The Henderson Police Department Special Operations Unit seized heroin, marijuana, money and a gun from a Peachtree Street location Monday.
The physical therapy department of Maria Parham Medical Center has a new program to help patients get the rehabilitation equipment they need