Warren County law enforcement agencies are urging local residents to wear face coverings in public as directed by North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper’s executive order which went into effect at 5 p.m. on Friday, June 26.
Littleton Food and Spirits owner Ken Carroll has a 15,000 square-foot building that’s only about a year old, but he’s only able to use about a third of it currently due to COVID-19 restrictions that have shut down his ability to rent event space, a crucial element of the business model in th…
John 3:16 Center Executive Director Shannon McAllister wondered whether virtual summer camp would lack the aura the normal in-person event generates.
We write today to elicit your assistance and support in bringing equitable, reliable, and consistent phone and internet service to all citizens of Warren County.
The following is reprinted from February 2011.
The following is reprinted from December 2015.
Although Covid-19 has slowed the court system, the Petition to Appeal the rezoning decision is moving forward. The Keep Ebony Country grassroots campaign, organized to oppose rezoning and Dollar General coming to Ebony, is alive and well.