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The North Carolina Museum of Art announces the February 13, 2021, opening of Golden Mummies of Egypt from the Manchester Museum in England, the exhibition’s first appearance at an American art museum.

Gov. Roy Cooper announced Wednesday that North Carolina will remain paused in Phase 3 for three more weeks as health officials continue to monitor North Carolina’s COVID-19 trends.

The Town of Littleton on Tuesday night officially gave the go-ahead for a drive-thru Halloween event organized by the Greater Littleton Development Partnership.

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Diamond Shine of Lake Gaston is celebrating five years of being in business on the lake although the roots of the cleaning operation go back another five years to owner Erika Wood’s native Ohio.

Vidant Health and Wake Forest Baptist Health, along with other major health systems in North Carolina, are joining together in a Community Research Partnership with patients to better understand the spread of COVID-19.

Biologists with the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission are asking the public to help them monitor the potential spread of a deadly rabbit disease that has not yet been observed in North Carolina's rabbit populations by reporting any sightings of dead rabbits to the agency.

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The Warren County Board of Adjustment public hearing scheduled for Monday, Oct. 26 has been postponed and will be rescheduled for a date in November that has not been made available yet. 

Halifax County Sheriff’s Department deputies Lt. Steven Casey and Sgt. Harold Phillips were presented with the Sons of the American Revolution Life-Saving Medal recognizing their efforts in saving the life of a town of Halifax resident.

Governor Roy Cooper joined the Freedom Park Foundation Board, N.C. Dept. of Natural and Cultural Resources Secretary Susi H. Hamilton and other distinguished guests at a groundbreaking ceremony Oct. 7 for North Carolina Freedom Park.

Renee Mizelle, principal at Vaughan Elementary School, announced the Honor Roll students during remote learning for the first six weeks of school.

A recent survey conducted by Warren County Schools indicates that local parents believe remote learning is going about as expected.

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Late one afternoon earlier this month, longtime Littleton auto parts store staple Bill Rodwell answered the phone, “B&M Auto Parts and More. Bill speaking.”

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Tattoos don’t always tell a story. But Roanoke-Wildwood Volunteer Fire Department Deputy Chief Joshua Compton having six fire service-related ones ought to tell you something. 

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Longbridge Volunteer Fire Department improved its fire insurance classification to Class 4/10, which should have an impact on local property insurance, according to a Sept. 29 release from the N.C. Department of Insurance Office of State Marshal.

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Make plans now to virtually “shellabrate” the environmental, economic, cultural and culinary importance of oysters during North Carolina Oyster Week, Oct. 12-16.