Preservation Warrenton’s “All About Town…A Talk Series” on Saturday, Oct. 5, included talks that reflected the organization’s motto of preserving the past for the future: Heritage Quilters, led by Jereann King-Johnson, which included a brief history of the Aaron Hendrick family, a tour of th…
Maurice Ashley, the first African-American international chess grandmaster, will be the keynote speaker for the 8th Annual Small Business Summit to be held here Tuesday, Oct. 29, from 5:30-8 p.m. at the Warren County Armory Civic Center. Registration begins at 5:30 p.m.
During its regular meeting Monday night, the Norlina Town Board did not take action on a request to sell a 1-acre lot near Oine Road after a back-and-forth discussion with a citizen about the … Read more
Early voting for the Nov. 5 municipal elections will begin Wednesday, Oct. 16, at the Warren County Board of Elections Office for residents of Norlina and Warrenton. Read more
The Hercules Powerlifting Team, coached by Roy Talley, competed in the IBP Regional Push Pull Championship & IBP Bench Press Classic in North Wilkesboro on Sept. 14 and brought back several records and trophies.
Stories of messages from the afterlife and signs sent back to loved ones are among those featured from Warrenton and Southside Virginia in “Ghosts Along the Border from the Afterlife,” by South Hill, Va., author Arlene S. Bice.
Preservation Warrenton will host All About Town…A Talk Series on Saturday, Oct. 5, in historic downtown Warrenton.
The Tar River Center for History and Culture will present, “Pirates of the Carolinas,” a swashbuckling day of activities for the whole family on Saturday, Oct. 5, from noon until 5 p.m. on the Seby B. Jones Performing Arts Center front lawn at Louisburg College, 501 N. Main St. in Louisburg.
The following is reprinted from February 2012.
I want to address several issues that are crucial to Warren County’s future.
With just 45 words the founders guaranteed five — no six — basic freedoms, fundamental American rights.
It’s a hard thing for many people to believe or accept, but hunters and trappers are the best friends that wild animals have. I can’t completely explain it myself, but I know enough and have experienced enough to have no doubt that it is true.