featured

Author Thomas Wolfe was the first cousin of another Thomas Wolfe, Norlina’s Thomas W. Wolfe.  The world-renowned author was famous for his book, “You Can’t Go Home Again.”  With apologies to the author—you can. 

featured
  • Updated

Warren County native Anthony Young, better known as A.Ray the Barber, won the Wild Style Design championship at the North Carolina Barber & Beauty Tradeshow in the fall and looks forward to more success at future competitions.

featured
  • Updated

Where can you go to find anything from glassware to vintage postcards and learn about local history? That would be Roost Crossroads Antiques, located at 135 US 1, Norlina, just beyond the Highway 158/401 intersection with US 1.

The Lake Gaston Striper Club will hold its February regular meeting on Wednesday, Feb. 2, at 7 p.m. at the Lake Gaston Lions Club building, 139 Stanley Rd., Henrico. Members, guests and newcom… Read more

The Warren County Board of Education received encouraging news from the school system’s audit report for fiscal year 2020-21 in that cash reserves continue to increase after reaching a low poi… Read more

Sports

  • Updated

Warren County’s Ty Rodwell (2) works to avoid the block as he gets off a shot as the varsity Eagles faced Northwest Halifax on the road on Jan. 14. Warren County hosted KIPP Pride on Tuesday and will face Vance County today (Wednesday) at 7:30 p.m. at the Eagles’ Nest.

  • Updated

Warren County’s Javier Marin (23) goes up strong against two Northwest Halifax defenders as the junior varsity Eagles faced the Vikings on the road on Jan. 14. Warren County returned to the Eagles’ Nest to face KIPP Pride on Tuesday and will host Vance County today (Wednesday) at 4:30 p.m.

In celebration of Black History Month 2022, Frontier Warren will host a Black Art Show in the Art Frontier Gallery at Frontier Warren, 140 S. Main St., Warrenton. The Warren Artist Market will also assist in venue.

Taste of Warren will have its second annual weeklong culinary celebration for the restaurants, eateries, bars and other establishments in the greater Warren County area. Tabletop Media Group and The Warrenist will host special events Jan. 23-30.

  • Updated

Local photographer Ivan Richardson will have his work featured at N.C. Wesleyan College’s Mims Art Gallery in the Dunn Center in a solo exhibit, Fotoworkz, opening next week.

  • Updated

Selma Stegall Conn, 82, of Arcola, died at her home on Saturda…

  • Updated

Ruth Ann Beltzhoover Craft, 72, of New Bern, formerly of Warre…