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The Lake Gaston Association has announced that Aqua Services, Inc. will be performing treatments to control an invasive algae known as Lyngbya on Lake Gaston beginning the week of April 19.  

Citizens interested in giving their opinions on what, if anything, should replace the Confederate monument that was removed last June from Courthouse Square in downtown Warrenton will have a chance to attend a socially-distanced meeting about the issue in their own community. 

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One week after the Norlina Town Board voted unanimously to suspend all payments for use of the county-owned wastewater treatment plant until an oversight committee is formed, the town has not budged on its demands. At the same time, the town of Warrenton, which operates the plant, has shown …

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The Warren Record Account Executive Tim Griffin presents Dorothy Williams Kearney with a $100 cash prize as the winner of the 2021 Readers’ Choice Awards drawing.

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The community will have an opportunity to receive a first dose or second dose of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine during vaccination clinics offered this week.

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The Warrenton Town Board officially filled its most recent vacancy Monday night with the swearing in of Edna Scott. She was appointed by the board last month from a group of three town residents interested in a seat left open after Commissioner Tom Hardy resigned in December due to a work conflict.

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The intersection of US 158 bypass and Warren Plains Road at Warren Plains is partially blocked Friday afternoon as emergency personnel work to remove this tractor-trailer.

In what has become an unofficial spring competition, Mitchel Dickinson of the Soul City/Axtell area was the first Warren County resident to report a hummingbird sighting in Warren County.

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Emergency personnel respond to the scene of an accident on Baltimore Road near the Warren County Landfill just outside of Warrenton on Thursday morning.