The threat of severe storms on Friday gave way to bright, sunny skies on Saturday as thousands of people gathered in the Bethlehem/Hollister community to celebrate the Haliwa-Saponi Indian Tribe’s 54th Annual Blooming of the Dogwood Pow-wow.
Registration is open until May 24 for boys and girls ages 8-15 to participate in the 1st Annual Warren Community Basketball League this summer.
The Meherrin River Arts Council will present the final performance of its 2019 concert series on Saturday, May 11, with Doo Wop Live. The performance will begin at 7:30 p.m. Doors open at 6:45 PM
In response to the recent decision by Warren County Schools to not allow Native American students to wear cultural articles of honor, such as eagle feathers and beaded caps, for graduation, 11… Read more
The 2018 Warren County Community Health Assessment, recently released by the Warren County Health Department, identifies chronic illnesses at the top of the list of health problems facing loca… Read more
From time to time I correspond with my old friend and former pastor, Bruce Pate. Bruce was the pastor at Norlina United Methodist back in the mid-60s. He and his wife, Jean, are now retired and live at Lake Junaluska. I often relate to him how some of his former parishoners and friends in No…
Jessica Schuster, left, and John Adcock, right, pitch for the Warren County Eagles in games against the Lady Wildcats of Bunn High School and the Granville Central Panthers, respectively, earlier this month. Both Warren County teams lost, with the baseball team facing Granville Central twice…
Tickets are now on sale for the 2019 Summer Concerts in the Joseph M. Bryan, Jr. Theater in the Museum Park at the North Carolina Museum of Art in Raleigh.
Lakeland Cultural Arts Center in Littleton will stage a production of Neil Simon’s “The Sunshine Boys” beginning this weekend.
The Tar River Land Conservancy’s Earth Day Spring Hike will take place on Saturday, April 27, from 9 until 11:30 a.m. at the Ledge Creek Forest Conservation Area in Stem.
Columnist Frank Newell is on temporary leave. Until he returns, we will reprint submissions from our archives. The following is reprinted from June 2011.
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I was honored to be part of a panel discussion at a recent Ella Baker Day Celebration, focusing on her work as a civil rights activist from Littleton and on how today we can move from “protest to policy change.”
World Immunization Week will be observed April 24-30. Most all of us who follow the news have probably heard or read the recent headline stories that 2019 is shaping up to be a very bad year for measles in the United States. This completely preventable disease was eradicated in 2000 but has …