Producer Robert Wagner from New Bern, director Grainger Hines from Los Angeles, and camera operator Bill Hand conducted Saturday’s auditions at the Jameson Inn for a TV situation comedy entitled “Customer’s Always Right.”
And so the holiday season is almost upon us. Is it too much, not enough, or just right? Let us know your thoughts on today’s open line.
Editor’s Note: Due to technical issues, this notice was published late. It is still our hope that readers will support Cub Scout Pack 691 in this worthy and charitable effort. Pack #691 in Henderson will have a hot dog sale at the Wal-Mart in Henderson. Beginning time will be 10:30 a.m. and will last until the last hot dog is sold.
These days, opinions are like…cell phones. Everybody’s got one, and they’re all annoying. So why not express yours on Home in Henderson? Send your missive to firstname.lastname@example.org and annoy more people at once than you ever could with your cell phone ringer that plays the theme from Love Story. With that, the floor is yours.
The Henderson Police Department announced additional arrests made yesterday in connection with the recent death of Margaret Cobb, age 74, of 1541 Lynne Avenue.
The Clean Up Henderson Committee recently honored city workers Pam Glover and Corey Williams.
Well, that wonderful and unique American holiday is nearly upon us, so it’s time for Hendersonians to share their Thanksgiving favorites with the rest of us. From cranberries to pumpkin pie and everything in-between, what secrets make your holiday cuisine super-special?
Here’s the place to find the lowest gas prices in Vance County! On your way to work or shop or play, keep an eye out for those friendly prices so you can let the rest of us know where to save!
Because we have so many readers from so many diverse walks of life and areas of expertise, we thought it would be a good idea to pool that knowledge for the good of all. If you have a question that needs an answer, post it below. If you have an answer for that question, help your fellow Hendersonians out and share your knowledge for our mutual benefit.
Here’s a link to an article in The Daily Dispatch about one of E.M. Rollins’ own, Karen Copley, who is suffering from an undiagnosed and crippling illness. We hope that as the holiday season approaches that you will remember her in the true spirit of giving. With that, the floor is yours.
Plays part in process Washington, D.C. — Congressman G. K. Butterfield applauded today’s House Leadership elections of House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer and Majority Whip James Clyburn.
Editor’s Note: This article is presented in cooperation with the Five County Mental Health Authority. Stress is a normal part of life.
Of course part of the fun of blogging is speculating about who is really who behind all of the pseudonyms. However, too much open speculation about secret identities is bound to lead to rancor and acrimonious discussion that will distract from the lively debate on the issues that is the ideal, if not yet the whole reality, of the Home in Henderson project. It is our hope that readers can agree that naming names is in poor taste and try …
The Henderson-Vance chaper of Safe Kids NC will hold a Car Seat Check in the Rose’s Department Store parking lot on Norlina Road from 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. today. The purpose of the checkpoint is to ensure that car seats are properly installed and are in good working order.
Yesterday at 8:30 the Land Planning Committee met to discuss six topics; the Armory, the Rose Avenue Library, other city properties, the Land Use Plan, storm water management and storm water containment.
Phil Lakernick, the recently hired Director of the Downtown Development Commission was nice enough to call us yesterday and explain that what is commonly termed the “Christmas Parade” is, in fact, a celebration of the “Holiday Season”. He assured us that the purpose of the decoration requirement is to ensure that undecorated cars and trucks are not entered in the parade distracting viewers from the holiday spectacle. Decorations can be any highlights that make the entry festive. In short, the …
At the Vance County Board of Commissioners meeting on November 6, Vance County Tax Collector Sam Jones presented the October tax collection report.
It has been suggested that Home in Henderson expand its name to better describe its mandate to provide news and views for all of Vance. What do you think of Home in Henderson-Vance? Let your thoughts be known on this or any other topic on our open line.
On Saturday, November 11, Col. Archie B. Taylor spoke at Henderson’s Veteran’s Triangle to an assembled audience regarding the theme “Honoring those who served”. The text of his speech is given below:
Several readers have asked me if Home in Henderson will have an entry in the Christmas parade. My float would have to have a giant menorah on it, and I’m not sure that would mesh with the rules as published in The Daily Dispatch. With that, the floor is yours.