The 30 or some full-time residents at Mill Creek Landing, a neighborhood adjacent to Songbird Creek off of Ebony Road, weren’t stranded an incredibly long amount of time between Friday and Saturday when a section of Mill Creek Drive completely washed out, making it impassable.
Roanoke-Wildwood Volunteer Fire Department extricated a female driver from a car Thursday morning after a two-vehicle, head-on collision on River Road in Northampton County.
Update: By mid-afternoon Friday, crews had installed a pedestrian bridge over the flooded creek, allowing residents to leave their Mill Creek Landing neighborhood.
Several years ago when the late Joe Surwill convinced Sean Matthews to join a Lake Gaston Resort bowling team, Matthews thought, “No. Who bowls?”
To understand the significance of Joey Baird’s $10,000 donation to the Gasburg, Va. Volunteer Fire Department, the story of Brenda Child’s rescue on Oct. 13, 2018 during Hurricane Michael must first be recounted.
The Warren County Board of Education voted unanimously for the local school system to continue virtual learning through the end of this semester on Dec. 18 due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The decision came during the board’s Sept. 8 regular meeting.
The Warren County Board of Adjustment public hearing for the proposed Chateau at the Lake hotel project has been rescheduled for Wednesday, Sept. 30 following the Warren County Board of Commissioners meeting Monday night.
Brunswick County's Joey Baird was presented Thursday with a $10,000 check from Catch the Fever of Roxboro, N.C. for his North Carolina state-record blue catfish.
In a week, Mecklenburg County has gone from 516 cases of COVID-19 to 601. There have only been three additional hospitalizations due to new cases, with no new deaths reported. Mecklenburg stands at 33 total deaths from the COVID-19 virus.