Dr. Mary Young, superintendent of Warren County Schools, has been selected for inclusion in upcoming book, “Women Who Lead in Education: Featuring School Superintendents” to be published by Perfect Time SHP LLC, Book Publishing Firm.
Firefighters faced less than ideal conditions in battling a blaze that consumed a circa 1910 home on Warren Plains Road early Saturday morning when low hydrant pressure made it challenging to get water on the fire and sub-freezing temperatures caused water to freeze on road surfaces.
This past weekend was one that Warren County residents will remember for a long time — no matter how much they want to forget it — as an ice storm downed trees and power lines across much of the county.
Warrenton Missionary Baptist Church has been steeped in history since its very beginning. Established in 1908, its founder, Dr. John Oliver Crosby, was also elected in 1892 as the first presid… Read more
Warren County High School’s Aaron Bolton (15) soars to get a shot off as the Eagles hosted the J.F. Webb Warriors of Oxford on Jan. 29 at the John Graham gym in Warrenton, losing by a score of 80-54. The Eagles hosted Bunn High School on Feb. 2 and will face the South Granville Vikings at ho…
Warren County High School’s Symia Chapman (32) goes up for a shot against a J.F. Webb High School defender as the Lady Eagles lost a home match 58-39 to the Warriors on Jan. 29 at the John Graham gym in Warrenton. The Lady Eagles hosted the Lady Wildcats of Bunn High School on Feb. 2 and wil…
The Cherry Hill Historical Foundation will present a virtual concert on Sunday, Feb. 28, at 3 p.m. Daniel Steinert, pianist, and Eric McCracken, violinist, may be seen on the Cherry Hill website, cherryhillconcerts.com or on YouTube. Also featured will be soprano Christianna Hellwig.
Lake Gaston Winter Market will be hosted by Tour Warrenton and Lake Gaston Outfitters on Saturday, Feb. 20, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
“People in publishing have always known that John Hart can flat-out write,” says bestselling author David Baldacci.
“Life expectancy in the United States dropped a staggering one year during the first half of 2020,” according to recent news reports.
When it comes to giving out business incentives, you won’t find North Carolina at the top of the list. Don’t worry — that’s actually good news.
In response to the Feb. 3 letter to the editor, “How to vaccinate everyone quickly,” I commend the writer for urging immediate action to prioritize vaccinations for those who choose to be vaccinated. As a registered nurse engaged in disease prevention, I agree that the COVID-19 vaccine is th…
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