If Samuel Smith doesn’t get his money, he told the Henderson City Council on Monday night, City Manager Eric Williams should resign.
Henderson hopes to replace its ancient land-use plan in the next two years and save almost $100,000 in the process.
The Rev. C.J. Dale and the Henderson Police Department can’t seem to stay out of each other’s way.
Henderson’s proposed redevelopment project on David Street could expand to become an overhaul of the entire area surrounding the old Harriet & Henderson Yarns plant in North Henderson.
It was a coincidence that Rep. G.K. Butterfield announced a road grant for Henderson just hours after a delegation from the city met with him Wednesday, but it was a coincidence that reveals the value of the city’s lobbying efforts in Washington, Mayor Clem Seifert said Friday.
Henderson residents frustrated by the city’s finances have turned to a Raleigh lawyer to help them get answers.
The Henderson City Council doesn’t figure to be talking late into the night again Monday, but it will have to face some of the same issues that kept it busy past 11 p.m. this past Monday.
Monday’s first-of-its-kind forum on the city audit won’t be the last chance for the public to speak before a regular City Council meeting.
The Henderson Planning Board has a short agenda that includes a long-term concern for its meeting Monday afternoon.
The Vance County Coalition Against Violence’s Faith Summit will be a one-day affair instead of a full weekend, Sheila Kingsberry-Burt reported to the group during its weekly meeting at the Gateway Center on Thursday night.
The Clean Up Henderson Committee has cleaned streets, cleared overgrown lots, removed junk cars, bulldozed abandoned houses, and drawn the attention of federal agencies and Congress. But Wednesday morning’s regular meeting of the 2-year-old committee revealed that the group still has a long way to go in changing city residents’ attitudes.
The State Bureau of Investigation has officially refused to conduct a probe of the Henderson Police Department.
It’s not often that contact with the federal government brings instant gratification, but that’s what happened for the city of Henderson this week.
Erin Ellerman dangled the perfect bait to hook 35 preschoolers thirsting for knowledge, fun and a few catchy rhymes.
A straightforward rezoning request turned the Henderson City Council into an almost powerless grievance board Monday night.
The Henderson City Council voted Monday night not to refund any more money to a Vance County man who says he overpaid his water bill for 18 years.
Embassy Square was the side show that took center stage during the Henderson City Council’s public forum on its 2004 audit Monday evening.
To be continued. That’s about all that’s certain after Henderson’s first-ever public forum on an annual city audit Monday evening before the regular City Council meeting.
Public hearings and minor budget amendments highlight a Henderson City Council agenda that could prove anticlimactic tonight after the evening’s forum on the 2004 city audit.
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