The Vance Organization to Implement Community Excellence started looking at maps Wednesday in planning for its Operation Weed and Seed application to the U.S. Department of Justice, and the first candidate for the program doesn’t involve Flint Hill or Orange Street.
Children who were in elementary school this year still have time to get their tickets for Imagination ArtStation, the Vance County Arts Council’s award-winning weeklong day camp at E.M. Rollins Elementary School.
Communities and Youth Allied for Change will give teens and their families a chance to speak out at a community forum from 6 to 8 p.m. in the auditorium at Maria Parham Medical Center. CYAC promises “real talk — no sugar coating” on topics such as HIV, crime, health education and youth resources. Several experts will be on hand; refreshments will be served. gay black movies pornlesbo movies blackmovie boyin worn clothing moviesfree movies creampiemovies porn dailyblacksonblondes movies dogfartmovies xxx …
Henderson has a choice of raising taxes or cutting services, unless the city government can squeeze more efficiency out of its operations.
Curbside garbage pickup is unlikely to get rolling in the coming fiscal year, based on City Council members’ response to City Manger Eric Williams proposed 2005-06 budget Tuesday night.
Henderson Mayor Clem Seifert is expected to sign a contract today that will give the Kerr Lake Regional Water System seven more months of the status quo with the Army Corps of Engineers. (Update: The contract arrived by FedEx and was signed about 4 p.m.)
OK, it’s far too early to panic, but today marks the start of the six-month Atlantic hurricane season, and the experts have increased their forecast for trouble: 15 named storms (from Arlene to Ophelia), including eight or nine hurricanes. At least one major storm is expected to hit the United States, with a 59 percent chance the East Coast will be hit. So today’s a good time to stock up on some emergency supplies, just in case.