Amy Moore of Norlina and Linda Kennedy of Williamsburg, Va., share a love of farm life — they both come from multigenerational farm families. Today, their shared interest inspired them to publish the children’s book, “Meg’s Backyard Eggs.”
Lake Gaston artist Cathy Wiggins may be best known for putting leather quilting on the map, but these days she can be found on South Main Street, Warrenton, on scaffolding, a stepladder and sometimes sitting on the floor. Her newest creation, a sculpture still in process, already has its own…
Effective immediately, VCU Health Community Memorial Hospital in South Hill, Va., is making changes to non-urgent, elective appointments to safely continue caring for patients during an increa… Read more
As Vance-Granville Community College begins a new academic year, college enrollment officials are reporting an uptick in students taking more courses for 16-week and 1st eight-week terms. Read more
The Warren County NAACP will host a Candidates’ Forum Webinar on Tuesday, Oct. 5, at 5:30 p.m. in preparation for this year’s municipal elections. Read more
Monday, Sept. 13
Warren County Senior Amonta Jordan (No. 27) takes the ball down the field during the Eagles’ Sept. 17 game at Southeast Halifax. Also pictured is freshman Demontay Hawkins (No. 12). Warren County posted some strong drives, but fell short by a score of 45-32. The Eagles will host Weldon on Fr…
The Taste of Brunswick Festival Planning Committee met on Tuesday, Aug. 10, at the Brunswick County Airport in Lawrenceville, Va., to discuss plans for the event, which will be held Oct. 9. Committee members attending were: Sheriff Brian Roberts, George Daniel, Lois Daniel, Wendy Grimm, Wend…
Following auditions, quarterfinals, semifinals and the finals, Hollister native Brooke Simpson — and her family, friends and fans — will learn tonight whether she will be the next champion on NBC’s “America’s Got Talent.”
Tonight’s episode of NBC’s “America’s Got Talent” will reveal whether Hollister native Brooke Simpson advances to the finals.
When Julian Pleasants died Sept. 7, North Carolina lost one of its most important academic and popular historians.
Why? Why? Why?
By JOHN HOOD
By Dr. Mike Walden