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A resident of Warren Hills Rehabilitation & Nursing Center in Warrenton has died due to injuries she sustained after her clothing caught fire Friday evening.

People across Warren County have a responsibility to make sure that their relatives, friends and neighbors complete the 2020 Census.

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During its 7th Annual Black History Month Program on Sunday, the Warren County Community Center honored the Rev. John Earl Alston and the late Rev. Gillis E. Cheek for their service not only to the Community Center, but also to the greater Warren County area.

A $40 million project to upgrade and expand the Kerr Lake Regional Water System, which supplies public water for Warren County and the cities of Henderson and Oxford, will result in an increase in the cost of water for local customers if the project moves forward.

Entries for The Warren Record’s 2020 Readers’ Choice awards are coming in strong, and there are just two more weeks left to submit entry forms and have a chance to win $100.

Elizabeth Danielle Faulk, 23, of N.C. Hwy. 39 north, Louisburg, on Jan. 21 pled guilty in Warren County Superior Court to felony common law robbery in connection with a 2019 armed robbery at a Manson sweepstakes business. She was the first of six defendants to enter a plea in the case. Faulk…

During a special meeting Monday night, the Norlina Town Board appointed Keishawn Mayes as the town’s police chief, effective March 2.

As Warren County residents prepare for early voting for the March Primary Election, The Warren Record provided an opportunity for candidates for local contested offices to address a number of issues affecting the community.

The Warrenton police chief made Warrenton commissioners aware Monday night that he and his officers would soon be issuing citations for motorists who violate the law with regard to amplified sound, “obnoxious” exhaust systems, racing engines, jackrabbit starts and other issues.

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Francois Youakim, front right, and his family members, new owner/operators of The Historic Magnolia Manor, a bed and breakfast and event venue on Pet Burwell Road south of Warrenton, celebrate their recent acquisition with Warrenton and county officials and members of the Lake Gaston Regiona…

The Norlina Town Board, during its regular monthly meeting Monday night, gave unanimous approval for the town to pay its share of an additional loan for rehab of the county-owned wastewater treatment plant. The town’s monthly payment will be in the amount of $520.60.