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Arrests, citations in Henderson, Vance County
Robert Adcox, 45, of 3905 Southerland St., Henderson, was arrested May 16 on a charge of larceny.
Wed May 15, 2013
Sewer system's overhaul expected to be completed within two years
Tom Spain hands a shovel to Larry Horton as they get ready for the ground-breaking ceremony for improvements at the Henderson Water Reclamation Facility.
Tue May 14, 2013
Council, Embassy make transfer of library
The Henderson City Council approved on Monday a foundation's plan to return ownership of Perry Memorial Library to Henderson and begin construction on a performing arts center next door.
No conditions, just approval by Henderson for Kerr-Tar
The Kerr-Tar Council of Governments apologized to the Henderson City Council and leaders for poor accounting practices that left it in need of a $311,367 boost from member governments as the fiscal year comes to a close.
Mon May 13, 2013
Arrest made connected to December teen homicide
Myiesha Monique Williams has been arrested by Vance County sheriff's deputies and is facing charges of first-degree murder connected to the death of a Northern Vance High School teenager.
Arrests, citations in Henderson, Vance County
Tomisha S. Owens, 34, of 788 Chestnut St., Henderson, was arrested May 10 on a charge of failing to appear in court.
Sat May 11, 2013
Marrow ~ Moyer
Ashley Danielle Moyer and Chris Taylor Marrow of Raleigh was married Saturday, May 11, 2013 at half past four at All Saints Chapel in Raleigh.
Henderson councilwoman criticizes outgoing police chief
An elected city leader in Henderson is publicly criticizing the outgoing police chief and says comments by the city manager are not supported by her and other members of the city council.
Vance County Relay For Life
The canned food drive continues for Vance County Relay for Life. Donations may be dropped off at Nationwide Insurance, 191 Ruin Creek Road, Henderson.
Charter application explored by Kerr-Vance Academy
Kerr-Vance Academy is considering plans to apply later this fall for charter school status, making the change in fall of 2015.
Transfer of library expected at city council meeting
The City of Henderson will own Perry Memorial Library building free and clear of any debt and have usage rights to a new performing arts center under the ownership of a private foundation when built, according to a draft agreement proposed for city council approval on Monday.
Kindred to celebrate Nursing Home Week
In celebration of National Nursing Home Week, which runs May 12-17, Kindred Nursing and Rehabilitation of Henderson, 280 S. Beckford Drive, Henderson, has scheduled several events for the entire week.
Editorial: Crime Stoppers, WIZS, donors earn praise
For all the hard knocks, unfounded social media hysteria and general dark cloud that enveloped Henderson earlier this year, we are happy to see sunlight shining on the Crime Stoppers organization and local law enforcement.
Fri May 10, 2013
Mitchell to conduct initial sermon June 23
Vanessa Hicks Mitchell, youth leader at God House of Deliverance, will preach her initial sermon at Room at the Cross Pentecostal Holiness Church, 715 South Carolina Ave., Henderson, on June 23 at 4 p.m. All are invited to attend the sermon.
Police chase ends with vehicle crash
A Henderson police chase resulted in a crash on Main Street Thursday night, with the occupants of the car escaping on foot.
Report Card: F for Asheville water dispute
Got an idea that makes the grade? Send it to JBuchanan@CITIZEN-TIMES.com A to the local National Association of Letters Carriers organization for its astounding success with last year's food drive and hopes for a repeat with this year's drive, set for Saturday.
Grant rests with development evidence
Area leaders promoting a development plan for Zene Street stated their case for continued grant funding from a North Carolina foundation Thursday.
Judy's Notebook: The Me Me Me Generation Can Be Anything But
By now it's painfully clear the younger generation has been hit hard by fallout from the economic downturn.
Council starts getting answers
Some county and town boards in Region K seem to be taking their cue from the old comic strip, "Alphonse and Gaston." The two title characters were continually saying, "After you, Alphonse." "No, you first, my dear Gaston!" Kerr-Tar Regional Council of Governments has requested the 21 government entities it serves to pay a special assessment of ... (more)
Thu May 09, 2013
Benefit concert for adolescent parents coming Saturday
Mother's Day Gospel Fest, a benefit concert for the Eckerd Parenting Program, will take place Saturday, from 6 p.m. until, in the gymnasium at Western Vance High School, 2785 Poplar Creek Road, Henderson.