Granville Health System has been recognized by the N.C. Quality Center for outstanding performance over a three-year initiative in patient safety and quality improvement. The system was one of the top 10 performing hospitals in the 116-member North Carolina/Virginia Hospital Engagement Network.
At their meeting Monday evening, members of the Granville County Board of Education heard a report on progress the Read to Achieve Program is making in reducing the number of students held back because of failure to achieve proficiency on third-grade end-of-grade reading tests.
A bill moving through the state House would subsidize local governments for rehabbing or constructing potential business sites.
Vance County Relay for Life is looking for more teams to help raise money.
A recent program designation will provide some students with more career opportunities upon graduation.
The paralegal technology course of study at Vance-Granville Community College has been named a qualified paralegal studies program by the North Carolina State Bar.
Arrests, citations and incidents in Henderson and Vance County.
A recent study done by the local council of governments showed the Tri-County’s growing minority population is experiencing high poverty rates as a result of various inequities, such as education and wages, compared to other counties in the Triangle.
In moving ahead with Henderson’s request for a water transfer permit, the state environmental department’s next step is to consider the impact of transferring an amount of water between specific river basins.