There has been one community interest meeting about forming a Warrenton Area Business Association, and already excitement is building about the group’s potential to support businesses, encourage entrepreneurs and assist people hoping to fill a niche here.
Five Warren County citizens were publicly recognized for their selfless work within the community Monday night, during the Warren County commissioners’ meeting, as recipients of the Governor’s Volunteer Service Awards. They are: Felton B. Davis, Jr., who also received the Governor’s Medallio…
The Warren County Board of Education is considering a move to make Warren County Middle School once again the only school in the district serving students in grades six through eight. Read more
The Warren County Health Department will hold both first and second dose Moderna vaccine clinics this week for anyone 18 years of age or older. Call the health department at 252-257-1185 to sc… Read more
MACON - The Greenwood Cemetery already has a designated groundskeeper, but the level of cleanup needed for the local burial ground forced the Macon Community Club that owns and maintains it to… Read more
Cooperative Extension at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University is conducting a statewide needs assessment to better understand the issues facing underserved urban and rura… Read more
Pictured above, Warren County’s Niazerreyah Johnson (10) winds up to pitch as the Eagles face South Granville on the road on April 13, losing by a score of 10-2. Below, Warren County’s Tayjah Cooper (29) tags a Bunn High School runner as the Eagles host the Wildcats on April 15, losing by a …
Chris Heivly, the co-founder of MapQuest and nationally-acclaimed business startup expert, will deliver a presentation titled, “How to Start Anything,” followed by a question and answer session at 5:30 p.m. on Friday, May 14.
Crafter Deborah Phillips of Warrenton is known locally for organizing community events, including Farmer’s Christmas and Craft Day, that feature vendors from the local area and beyond.
County administrators: Why are you spending time and money in an effort to please all citizens of Warren County in the replacement of the statue formerly located on Courthouse Square?
“Black Smoke: African Americans and the United States of Barbecue” by Adrian Miller suggests that the story of the American tradition of barbecue cannot be told without attention to great numbers of Black pit masters.
Income inequality, poverty, hunger, unemployment — these are all issues that have been with us for a while but became worse during the pandemic. The various stimulus bills tried to help, and currently Congress is considering legislation that would make more permanent changes to address the c…
The National Park Service’s recent announcement that a woman would be the new superintendent of the Blue Ridge Parkway is a reminder of the important role Josephus Daniels played in the Parkway’s location.