For Henderson native Quincey Warren, serving the community has always been something that’s had a strong place in his heart.
A new professional basketball league called Team Ball Pro is gearing up to begin in Henderson.
Earlier this month, the Jerry Edmonds Tennis School hosted the North Carolina Central Women’s tennis team for a morning full of fun, interaction and instruction.
The Aycock Recreation Center was alive and full of energy Monday morning as the United States Tennis Association (USTA) put together a schools tennis workshop for Henderson-Vance Recreation and Parks staff members, physical education instructors and volunteers. The workshop totaled 22 participants.
Last weekend, Bonnie Montgomery captured the 2014 Ladies Invitational golf tournament at Henderson Country Club.
Spend some time with coaches, parents or fans who have long been entrenched in Tri-County basketball and you’ll hear the stories — tales of playground legends and athletes who could have made it big “if they had just ...”
The Freedom Life Church of God Brick Power Team recently competed at Northern Durham High School.
Experimentation with human growth hormones by America's teens more than doubled in the past year, according to a national survey released Wednesday by the Partnership for Drug-Free Kids.
His allegiance lies with the New England Patriots, but Jordan Richards seemed more than happy to set his NFL preference aside.
The Henderson-Vance 16-and-under Babe Ruth softball all-stars were eliminated from state tournament action Monday night in extra innings.