Reward money is available and the Henderson-Vance Crime Stoppers Association is seeking help with five incidents. The organization announced its monthly list this week.
A Henderson police chase resulted in a crash on Main Street Thursday night, with the occupants of the car escaping on foot.
Arrests, citation reports from the Henderson Police Department and the Vance County Sheriff's Office.
The Jelly Belly touring bus stopped in Henderson at the Peanut Roaster Thursday afternoon. Robert Bass (top) took a spin of the wheel to see what goodies he got to sample.
Area leaders promoting a development plan for Zene Street stated their case for continued grant funding from a North Carolina foundation Thursday.
Some county and town boards in Region K seem to be taking their cue from the old comic strip, “Alphonse and Gaston.” The two title characters were continually saying, “After you, Alphonse.” “No, you first, my dear Gaston!”
Plans for construction on two solar farm projects in Vance County are in the works, and await review from the county’s Planning and Development Department.
Nearly 500 students are expected to receive degrees and diplomas this evening as Vance-Granville Community College hosts its 2013 curriculum graduation ceremony.
The Oxford Economic Development Corporation is inviting county residents and visitors to Strawberry Day on Saturday. Oxford Parks and Recreation will hold the 2013 Oxford Race for Life and Strawberry Strut beginning at 9 a.m. Registration begins at 7:30 at Hix Field.
Registration will remain open Saturday morning prior to the celebratory Girls on the Run 2013 Spring 5K.