Flat Rock United Methodist Church The Flat Rock United Methodist Church on 2560 Satterwhite Point Road will hold a revival from Sunday, October 8, to Tuesday, October 10 at 7:00 p.m.
As you may know, the 2006 short session of the North Carolina General Assembly ended two months ago, but the work continues in the district and in Raleigh.
Professor David Owens speaking on zoning Friday afternoon at 3:30 p.m., Professor David Owens of the North Carolina Institute of Government spoke on the subject of zoning before citizens of Henderson.
Editor’s Note: The author of this article is a member of the Executive Board of the Boys and Girls Clubs of North Central North Carolina. Ken Wilson, Vice-President of the Boys and Girls Clubs of North Central North Carolina presented to the Henderson-Vance Economic Partnership on Thursday afternoon.
David Owens of the North Carolina Institute of Government will present on zoning at Vance County School’s Administrative Services Center on Graham Avenue at 3:30 p.m. today. According to Eddie Ferguson, chair of the Henderson-Vance Economic Partnership, the session is meant to be informative rather than a debate on the issue. Very well, then. Debate here. Have at!
Home in Henderson recently interviewed Vance County Commissioner Tommy Hester.
The Henderson-Vance Economic Partnership will meet at 4:30 p.m. at the Vance County Schools Administrative Services Center on Graham Avenue. We’d like to encourage people to speak their minds at length on Home in Henderson with a letter-to-the-editor or a submission in the form of an open line or guest column. Don’t let the other guy’s voice be the only voice that’s heard! With that, the floor is open to debate.
Below is the complete crime report submitted by Acting Chief Tony Clark of the Henderson Police Department to the Henderson City Council.
During the report of the Human Resources Committee by chair Mary Emma Evans at Monday’s Henderson City Council meeting, the council woman expressed concern over what she characterized as a violation of city policy.
Community Endowment Foundation is holding its annual wine tasting this Saturday at 6:30 p.m. at the Wildflower CafÃ©.
While large-scale to-the-letter enforcement of a youth curfew may not be possible, some would argue that it would certainly give law enforcement another tool with which to combat a wealth of youth issues, such as graffiti and gang activity. What are your thoughts? Let us know what’s on your mind on today’s open line.
Coble resident Candice Cash appeared before the Henderson City Council on Monday to propose a curfew for youth under sixteen years of age.
Here’s a little tidbit from The Smithfield Herald featuring our former chief of police Glen B. Allen. Enjoy.
U.S. Rep. Bob Etheridge (D-Lillington) and other House Democrats will hold a conference call with reporters on Tuesday, September 26 at 11:00 a.m. to discuss a discharge petition that would require the U.S. House of Representatives to debate and consider agriculture disaster assistance before Congress recesses on Friday.
Is Henderson a truly a place of favoritism? Before you leap for the obvious “yes”, ask yourself if anyone has ever done you a favor. Talk about this or anything else on today’s open line.
Henderson City Council member Bobby Gupton reacquainted the council regarding the issue of the of the railroad tie being caught in a drainpipe on former railroad property running parallel to Dabney Drive.
Editor’s Note: This letter was edited somewhat by request of the author. Dear Editor, I have an idea I would like to submit.
We cannot help but notice that of the four guest presentations planned for the Henderson City Council, three of them (Boys and Girls Club, Weed & Seed, and Candice Cash) intersect. Perhaps these groups can ally for their common interest. Speculate on this or any topic you like on today’s open line.
Tonight’s Henderson City Council meeting will include the following topics:
We drove through Coble Boulevard at approximately 9:30 last night and noted that all was quiet for the few minutes that we were there. There was a police officer in the parking lot of the Skateeum as well. Naturally, we don’t know what happened before or after our very short driving tour. We wonder if an curfew ordinance can be drafted that is not impossible for the police to enforce and that lands responsibility and any incidental expenses squarely in …