Grace Brooks waits patiently for the cake walk to start during the carnival events held in Hix Gymnasium after the egg hunt Saturday afternoon as part of the Spring Eggstravaganza in Oxford. Children had the opportunity to play several different games and decorate cupcakes. More than a hundred children ages 2 to 9 collected 3,000 eggs as part of the afternoon activities.The day's events ended with a showing of the movie "Hop."
After 10 weeks on the road and 37 concerts, evangelist Tony Nolan continues to share the gospel with great enthusiasm.
Nolan is the speaker each night for the Winter Jam concert tour. The 47-city tour ends today with a show in Peoria, Illinois. North Carolina shows this year were in Charlotte, Greensboro and Raleigh.
He is taxed with the responsibility of sharing God’s word each night.
The son of Vance County’s late Ruth Russell Williams explained his mother’s art from his unique perspective in a presentation at the Warren County Memorial Library on Saturday.
The Oxford Fire District received an improved fire insurance rating from the state fire marshal, which could mean lower insurance rates for homeowners and businesses, according to a news release from the city of Oxford.
“Better Business Women for a Better Business World” continues to guide the actions of Henderson’s Business and Professional Women’s Club.
As Women’s History Month draws to a close, the local Business and Professional Women’s Club reflects on its history and its future.
The following reports were collected from the Oxford Police Department, Warren County Sheriff’s Office and Granville County Sheriff’s Office. Arrests include arrest reports and citations. Individuals charged are innocent until proven guilty.
Local representatives in the state legislature have co-sponsored a bill that would allow small corner stores to sell fresh, healthy foods.
Two dozen mental health providers and supporters learned about resources for individuals with disabilities at a lunch-and-learn event at Perry Memorial Library this week.
A new initiative has brought together area clergy to address needs in early childhood education.
The following reports were collected from the Henderson Police Department and Vance County Sheriff’s Office. Arrests include arrest reports and citations. Individuals charged are innocent until proven guilty.
On a Wednesday evening, a handful of teenage girls wearing sweatpants and tank tops practiced hip-hop dance routines in Aycock Recreation Center’s multipurpose room.