The Virginia State Police presented three new recruits to the area on Wednesday, Nov. 20. Trooper Benjamin Rhodes of Bracey, Trooper Jabreia Clark of South Hill, and Trooper Joshua Pelletier of LaCrosse received their diplomas from the State Police Training Academy on Oct. 4.
A little rain couldn’t keep more than 75 die-hard Christmas fans away from Light Up Littleton Saturday night. Although most of the stage activities were postponed until Dec. 7 as part of the Littleton Christmas Parade, the tree lighting went on as scheduled.
101, not trombones or Dalmatian puppies. 101 is the number of Northampton County Elementary School students who are in immediate need of a professional eye exam to correct vision issues.
The Littleton Christmas Parade this weekend will absorb some of the holiday spirit that was postponed from the partially rained out Light Up Littleton Event.
The Warren County Board of Commissioners will hold a follow-up broadband public forum at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 12, at the Warren County Armory Civic Center, 501 Hwy. 158 business east, Warrenton, N.C.
Fourteen local businesses and organizations are participating in Lights of Littleton tree decorating contest at the Littleton Library from Nov. 25 to Dec. 13. Voting will be open during regular library hours for the entirety of the contest.
The battle lines are drawn between those in favor of a Dollar General being built on Ebony Road in Ebony and residents who oppose the project.
Judge Henry W. Hight, Jr. on Tuesday denied a motion to allow Kevin Burton Munn, 32, of Warrenton, to withdraw his previous guilty plea in connection with a deadly home invasion and fire at the Lake Gaston home of John and Nancy Alford in 2018.
Officials with EMPOWER Broadband and Buggs Island Telephone Cooperative (BIT) are pleased to announce that BIT’s Membership has overwhelmingly approved the acquisition and merger of BIT with Mecklenburg Electric Cooperative’s (MEC) subsidiary, EMPOWER Broadband. The acquisition became offici…
Tracey Thomas and her sister Bobbi Barnette bring a kaleidoscope of beauty products and home decor to Warren County at their new store, Soaps and Sawdust, at 872 Hwy. 903, Littleton, N.C. Their store features handmade wooden flags, wooden signs, handmade soaps, bath and beauty products, and …
Lake Gaston quilter and author Cathy Wiggins was listed in American Quilt Retailer as one of the top 100 people you should know in the industry in its Fall 2019 Quilt Market Recap Digital Issue, available online at americanquiltretailer.com.
Thanks to the tireless efforts of approximately 30 volunteers who recently helped to erect and decorate a 24-foot artificial Christmas tree, a walk-through light tunnel with walk-through ornament at the opening, and two wire-frame Christmas trees in the downtown parking lot, Littleton is rea…
In Warren County Superior Court this afternoon, Judge Henry W. Hight, Jr., granted a motion from attorneys Thomas Sallenger of Wilson and Larry Norman of Louisburg to withdraw from representing Lester Henry Kearney, 35, of Littleton.
Lake Gaston REALTORS® have not slowed down much since saying goodbye to summer. Through September, closings equal 192 waterfront homes totaling $87.2M, an increase of 17.14 percent in dollar sales and an increase of 12.94 percent in unit sales over the same nine months of 2018. Offshore home…
As Warren County artists and Hollister community residents continue their work on a mural on the Haliwa-Saponi Tribe’s multipurpose building on Capps Farm Road, plans have been announced for a second mural project for the area at the site of the tribe’s former council building on Highway 561.