The phrase, “like father, like son,” can apply to George R. Kearney, Jr. of Kearney’s Auto Sales and Service, Inc. near Warrenton in more ways than one.
Saturday events marked the 40th Anniversary commemoration of the 1982 PCB protests, which are now recognized as the beginning of the environmental justice movement.
A day filled with activities is planned for Saturday, Sept. 17, to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the 1982 PCB protests which are now recognized as the beginning of the environmental justice movement.
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Michael S. Regan, a native of North Carolina, travels to Warren County on Saturday where he announces the creation of the EPA's Office of Env… Read more
The Warren County Nickels for Know-How Referendum will be held on Thursday, Nov. 17. Read more
Warren County’s Aryana Meadows (11) works to put the ball back over the net as the Lady Eagles defeat Northampton County by a score of 3-0 last week. Also pictured are Lady Eagles Challyah Richardson (2) and Jamari Moss (13). Warren County tops the Tar Roanoke 1A Conference standings.
Marvin Newsom and Mark Nielsen, chatting at center, are among Lakeland Cultural Art Center supporters who gathered at the venue Friday night for a grand re-opening gala in Littleton following a two-year renovation of the facilities. A capacity crowd enjoyed a reception in the new, expanded l…
Pianist Kwan Yi will present a program of classical music at Cherry Hill on Sept. 18. An assistant professor of piano at East Carolina University School of Music, Yi has performed throughout the United States, Europe, and Asia.
The N.C. State Fair is looking for home chefs to spice up the competitions at the fair with 11 days of cooking challenges. Included are loaded nachos, ultimate brownies, spirited pies, quirky cobbler, a make-ahead breakfast challenge, chili cook-off, grain bowls, sirloin salad, fair food fea…
Violent crime is on the rise in North Carolina — up 18 percent since 2018. Voter concern about crime is also rising. It played a key role in the 2020 elections. It will probably do so again in 2022.
We watched the great and solemn events in Britain over the last few days. But we heard not a mention of North Carolina’s important connections to the royal family, to Elizabeth and Charles.
It goes without saying — but we really want to say a heartfelt “thank you” to so many individuals! There are no words to explain the gratitude we have for the fire departments and EMS units’ service to our community and especially for our church family.
By Mike Walden