If fun and laughter is what you are after, Lakeland Cultural Arts Center has you covered with “Sex Please, We’re Sixty,” on the main stage Feb. 28, 29, March 6, 7 and 8.
Pontoon boats sporting bright purple, green, and gold flags and banners could be seen cruising from near Americamps Campground to The Pointe on Saturday afternoon for the sixth annual Mardi Gras Boat Parade.
The Ladies of the Lake Cancer Support Team is hosting a Bunco on Tuesday, March 3 starting at 7 p.m. at the Gasburg Rescue Squad building on Gasburg Road in Va. to benefit Harrison West and the West family.
The Lake Gaston Regional Chamber of Commerce named Lake Gaston Dog Boarding the business of the year at its annual meeting and dinner in January. Owners Karens and Joe Alocombright talk about their growth, success, and staying busy since they opened.
The Greater Littleton Development Partnership has announced the bands scheduled to play at the First Friday Downtown on the Stage in Littleton series, as well as the Friday before Memorial Day.
The public is invited to meet and get to know the Warren County political candidates at a “Meet the Candidates Forum” on Saturday, Feb. 22, from 1-3 p.m. at the Longbridge Volunteer Fire Department, 1678 Eaton Ferry Rd., Littleton.
Warren County Schools is seeking input from the community in the form of an online survey about a potential move to a single calendar for all schools in the local district beginning in the 2020-21 school year.
Up for a fun, unique-to-the-area nature experience nearby? Medoc Mountain State Park in Hollister, N.C., has just what you’re looking for. It’s called the “Habitat Adventure Trail,” and it offers eight different stations along a .28-mile paved path located near the park office.
The Brunswick County Board of Supervisors cordially invites the public to the launch of the Brunswick Stew Tour on Saturday, Feb. 22 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Brunswick County Conference Center, 100 Athletic Field Road.
United States Attorney Robert J. Higdon, Jr., announced on Feb. 11 that in federal court, Senior United States District Judge Malcolm J. Howard, sentenced Michael Delinda Stansbury, 47, of Littleton to 72 months’ imprisonment, followed by 5 years of supervised release.
The best way to master the art and science of pruning fruit trees is to observe the proper technique from an expert. N.C. Cooperative Extension will provide that opportunity on Feb. 19 through a field trip to the Buster Sykes Farm in Alamance County.