Gov. Perdue on Tuesday convened the first meeting of the Budget Reform and Accountability Commission (BRAC) and launched a new web page, brac.nc.gov, so that citizens may make recommendations to the commission.
One of our chief responsibilities in the General Assembly is to work to level the playing field for all the people of North Carolina.
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It’s the first Monday morning with students of the school year. Now that’s a tough room. Here’s your open line.
The Henderson chapter of Citizen Schools published its annual report recently.
Gov. Bev Perdue announced on Friday that she is fully restoring funds to the lottery capital fund for public schools.
Perhaps we could take some time the weekend to jot down a few questions you’d like for us to present to your Henderson City Council candidates in the next few days. Send your submissions to email@example.com so we can get on with it! Here’s your open line.
Ever make a comment that you wish you could take back? Ever realize after clicking the “Submit Comment” button that you’ve misspelled something, misstated something, or written something that in retrospection doesn’t make sense?
The Henderson City Council declined a $2,000 offer for a vacant lot off of Edwards Street during Monday’s work session meeting.
During Monday’s regular meeting of the Henderson City Council, Assistant City Manager Frank Frazier described the Carey Chapel Crossing development as a partnership with real estate developer Dennis Tharrington to install water and sewer at the burgeoning housing site.
The Vance County Board of Education will hold a called meeting on Monday, August 31, 2009 at 5:30 p.m. in the Administrative Services Center located at 1724 Graham Avenue in Henderson, North Carolina. The purpose of the meeting is to provide members with a budget update.
The Henderson City Council unanimously passed a budget resolution during its regular short session meeting on Monday to allow the Henderson Police Department to continue to implement its transition to the North Carolina Voice Interoperability Plan for Emergency Responses (VIPER).
We were relieved to see that our friends over at The Daily Dispatch changed their web hosting. We were missing a lot of news. We are also quite surprised to see that they have entered the world of blogging by allowing readers to comment on news articles. Two news blogs in one town? Who says Henderson isn’t progressive? Here’s your open line.
Ever wanted to share a link on Home in Henderson with a friend, colleague, or family member, but been unable to figure it out?
According to Henderson City Manager Ray Griffin, the state of North Carolina cut its beer and wine tax distributions to municipalities by 66.7%.
The Building & Grounds Committee of the Vance County Board of Education will meet on Thursday, August 27, 2009 at 8:30 a.m. in the Administrative Services Center at 1724 Graham Avenue in Henderson, North Carolina. No agenda for the meeting was provided.
Issues having to do with how Henderson’s ethnic groups relate to one another is obviously a subject on which emotions run high, to put it mildly. However, we caution our comment posters to temper their words by asking themselves if they would speak them aloud to an audience that is as ethnically diverse as the community at large. Remember, under the Communications Decency Act, you are the publisher of your comment posts, not Home in Henderson. Blog responsibly, because you …
There are so many rumors and so much misinformation flying around town, and a lot of it deals with race.
A denial of a rezoning request for 1408 Parker Lane by the Planning Board was upheld by the Henderson City Council on Monday evening after a great deal of citizen input and a little debate.
Senator Doug Berger would like to invite all citizens, civic leaders, and public officials in Franklin, Granville, Vance, and Warren counties to a 7th Senatorial District Town Hall Meeting on Thursday, September 3, 2009.