Council will also vote on demolition of twelve houses The Chair inquires as to whether any member knows of any conflict of interest or appearance of conflict with respect to matters before the Council.
House Democrats spearheaded an effort this session to pass strong ethics, lobbying, and campaign finance reforms that build on laws already recognized as among the most far-reaching in the nation.
Washington, D.C. — Congressman G.K. Butterfield, Co-Chair of the Congressional DTV Coalition and a member of the House Energy and Commerce Committee, will convene a special session on “Navigating the Digital Era: What African Americans Need to Know About the New Digital Age.”
In 1985, seven children including my youngest son Lyndon, 17, died at 633 Breckenridge Street.
So far we’ve only heard back from four out of nineteen candidates for October’s Henderson municipal election. C’mon, folks, let’s get ’em in. It may be the last free publicity you get before the 9th. For everyone else, there’s the open line.
Raleigh — With schools across North Carolina recently reopening, our students and teachers are back in the classrooms and working hard.
There will be a hot dog supper tonight at Union Chapel United Methodist Church. For only $3.00, you can get a hot dog, drink, chips, and a dessert. The proceeds will go to rebuild the sanctuary which was destroyed by fire.
The Vance County Board of Commissioners met in special session yesterday at 5:30 p.m. in their chambers at the County Administration Building.
Based on aesthetics rather than political preference, who has the most attractive campaign sign? Give us the benefit of your artistic judgment on today’s open line.
Henderson Chief of Police K.L. Sidwell reported that members of the Henderson Police Department’s Narcotics Unit executed a search warrant on September 18, 2007 at 1010 Standish Street.
** Updated ** On September 19, 2007, at approximately 6:55 p.m., the Henderson Police Department responded to 1419 E. Andrews Avenue concerning a report of someone shot.
** Updated ** There will be a meeting of the Henderson City Council’s Land Planning and Development Committee on Friday, September 21, at 11:00 a.m.
Also responds to subprime lending crisis Washington, D.C. -— U.S. Rep. Bob Etheridge voted Tuesday for legislation that would help make safe and affordable mortgages available to more Americans, providing an alternative to risky subprime loans.
If I had a piece of chewing gum for every time I’ve told a kid to pull up his pants and I tried to chew it all at once, I’d look like a chipmunk. Apparently, some cities are now trying to get their young folks to hitch up their britches the old-fashioned way: by criminalizing “slacking” (“sagging” in the article). Is slacking a problem and, if you believe it is, is it a problem that deserves this kind of attention? …
After a quietly advertised public hearing (in the men’s room of The Silo, behind the flush tank), The Shantini Housing Group, represented by Michelangelo Blacksatterini, Esq., introduced the following Ordinance which was seconded by Councilperson _______________________ as read: AN ORDINANCE FOR THE CREATION OF A MAXIMUM HOUSING CODE
Raleigh — Rep. Michael H. Wray has been appointed by House Speaker Joe Hackney to serve on the Governor’s Crime Commission.
There is a Henderson City Council Land Planning and Development Committee Meeting on Friday, September 21 at 11:00 a.m.
US 98.3 is developing a show that will focus on local bands from Vance, Granville, Franklin, Wake, Durham, Orange, Person, and Warren Counties in North Carolina, and Mecklenburg, Brunswick, and Pittsylvania Counties in Virginia.
With nineteen days until the municipal election, are you still choosing between candidates? What are your criteria for making the choice in an election that seems to be more about…affiliation…than a “Big Issue”? Let us know on today’s open line.
A forum was held at Shiloh Baptist Church last night on Henderson’s proposed Permit to Rent a Dwelling in the City of Henderson Ordinance, commonly referred to as the Certificate of Occupancy (CO) ordinance.