Renowned Raleigh artist and founding member of the hip downtown’s ArtSpace, Dianne T. Rodwell will return home this weekend for Craft Day at The Old Cotton Gin on Saturday, May 18, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The event will be at 201 S. Hall Street in Warrenton.
South Warren Elementary School parents, teachers and community members love their school and don’t want to see it close. That was the message shared by the majority of speakers last week during a public hearing held with school board members and school system administrators as a requirement …
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Warrenton Town Administrator Robert Davie presented a draft budget for 2019-20 Monday night with no change in the 65-cent tax rate. Read more
Youngsville resident Kennedy Capps’ soccer career with her Franklin Academy team is nearing an end as the 20-0 Lady Patriots make a final push toward once again challenging for the 1A North Carolina High School state championship.
Marc Callahan, bass-baritone, and pianist Clara Yang will present selections of French songs as well as works of Zhou Long and Georges Bizet at Cherry Hill on Sunday, May 19.
The Southern Appalachian Chamber Singers will perform at McGregor Hall in Henderson on Sunday, June 9, at 2 p.m.
The Wise Fourth of July Planning Committee is seeking area veterans of all branches of the U.S. armed forces to participate in the annual July 4 Parade.
We currently have three wolves at our wildlife center. Kiowa, a gray wolf, Shadow, a black timber wolf, and Bella Koola, an arctic wolf.
I am a retired disabled Vietnam veteran. Like my contemporaries, my contributions to my nation are coming to a close. What kind of republic will our generation leave their children and their children’s children? Not the turbulent and resilient republic we inherited which has stood for the pa…
To all those groups and citizens that participated in the Spring Litter Sweep, the Warren County Board of Commissioners would like to extend a huge thank you.
Glad to see the return of Frank Newell’s column on May 8. Frank is a legendary raconteur extraordinaire, with wit sly and wry! One of Warren County’s treasures...and he sure knows how to sing the “blues”!