Green Rural Redevelopment, Inc., Cardinal Innovations Healthcare and the Genesis Project will hold a COVID-19 testing event on Friday, Oct. 30, from 9 a.m. until 6 p.m. at the Warren County Armory Civic Center located at 501 US Hwy. 158 business east, Warrenton.
Warren New Tech High School science teacher Draxie Elswick was named Warren County Schools representative for the North Carolina Center for the Advancement of Teaching’s (NCCAT) 2020 Beginning Teacher of the Year Award.
Warren County Schools is taking initial steps toward developing plans to improve the three schools in the local district identified as low-performing based upon previous state test results: Northside K-8 School, Warren County Middle School and Warren County High School.
As Warren County Schools continues virtual learning for the 2020-21 school year, the community also continues to provide support for the school system through donations of funds and supplies.
Recently-established business venture Tour Warrenton will kick off a series of Historic Warrenton Food Tours on Saturday, Oct. 24, to highlight the history, architecture and cuisine that characterizes the county seat.
Last week, Robert Steverson offered a proper summation of what the Ice House Entrepreneurship Program offered through Frontier Warren was designed to do.
A recent survey conducted by Warren County Schools indicates that local parents believe remote learning is going about as expected.
The Warren County Branch of the NAACP recently published its “Five-Year Re-Organization Souvenir Book” highlighting five years of action and achievement since the branch’s reorganization in 2015.
Virginia native Brian Matney, now in the 34th year of his educational career, became the principal of Warren New Tech High School in late September following the resignation of Jennifer Wilker.
When I started writing this story, I wanted to begin with a soft lead into the story with a feel-good vibe throughout the story. Needless to say, I just sat in front of my computer at a loss for words. I could not think of an upbeat way to describe the life of pain endured by someone living …
Macon residents Cyril and Jean Weatherhead retired in the spring from the Warren County Habitat for Humanity Board of Directors, having devoted 25 years to the volunteer organization.