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The Warren County Economic Development Commission and Small Business Center of Vance-Granville Community College have teamed up to to present an eight-part series entitled “Doing Work Remotely - Tools for the New Normal."  

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Small communities such as Warren County could face impacts from the coronavirus that larger communities may not face in such a great extent. People on limited budgets might find it difficult to ensure that their families have healthy foods, and small farmers may face greater challenges in se…

Sports

Not even a late winter snowstorm could dampen the excitement of the First Annual Warren County Winter Hibernation Pickleball Tournament as more than 50 entrants tested their skills in the sport that combines tennis, badminton, ping pong and racquetball techniques.

Before Warren County defeated Louisburg last month in the regular season finale, some of the Eagles boys’ basketball seniors flipped the script on Senior Night, taking to the microphone to give special thanks to head coach T.J. McRae and assistant coach Bryan Fuller.

For teachers, students, families—everyone! Experience the North Carolina Museum of History digitally on the History at Home page. Explore the museum's exhibits, search the collections, tune into podcasts, check out blog posts, and enrich learning with History-at-Home Learning Packets for K-1…

Stay at home! Hopefully, we are all aware that Gov. Cooper has issued a “stay at home” order for the state of North Carolina to help decrease the spread of COVID-19, or coronavirus pandemic. Obeying this order is critical. This order, along with social distancing—six feet—and hand washing, w…

As we approach National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week, April 12-18, I’m inviting community members to take pause to appreciate our “first” first responders.  These are the specialists who help us when we dial 911 for emergency service. At a time of panic and distress, these dedicated …

Myron Dean Williams, 63, of Lawrenceville, Ga., died on Monday…

Winston John Davis, 61, of Newark, N.J., died on Tuesday, March 10.