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Before the Henderson City Council began its discussion on the fate of the Beacon Light property during its Monday evening short regular session meeting, local real estate agent and Vance County Commissioner Terry Garrison spoke regarding the controversial former apartment complex.
by Terri Hedrick, Public Information Officer Vance County Schools Vance County Schools is pleased to announce that Anne Garrison, principal of Zeb Vance Elementary School for the past five years, has been selected as the 2009-2010 Vance County Schools’ Principal of the Year.
If the Henderson City Council decides to move forward with the demolition of the former Beacon Light apartment complex, let us hope that they will also move forward with holding those who created the mess financially accountable. The estimated cost of demolition ($250,000) represents approximately three cents on the tax rate. Here’s your open line.
Click image to view document. Any additional information is embedded in links within the document. Here is the agenda for the Henderson City Council’s Work Session. The work session is held after the short regular meeting in City Hall located at 134 Rose Avenue in Henderson, North Carolina.
Click image to view documents. Links to council informational items are embedded in the document. Here is the agenda for the Henderson City Council’s regular short meeting this evening. The regular short meeting is held on the fourth Monday of each month at 134 Rose Avenue in Henderson, North Carolina beginning at 6:00 p.m.
Part of our job as members of the General Assembly is to pass laws that will keep North Carolinians safe.
Washington, D.C. — As part of the annual Coast Guard legislation, Congressman G. K. Butterfield succeeded in adding language on Friday aimed at expanding the use of facial and iris scan identification technology.
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by Lt. Irvin Robinson Henderson Police Department Halloween Trick or Treat night for children in the City of Henderson will be observed on Saturday, October 31, 2009.
I’m starting to get more and more of my national news from links that people put on their Facebook page. That can’t be good. Here’s your open line.
We’re doing our best to enjoy the last of the good weather for this year. Soon the leaves will begin falling in earnest and sunlight will be in short supply. At least today’s “Meet Me in the Street” should be warm and bright. Here’s your open line.
Shamon Champion, 23, arrested yesterday on a charge of first degree murder. On October 21, 2009 members of the Henderson Police Department’s Criminal Investigations Division, Narcotics Unit, and Patrol Division apprehended Shamon Champion, a 23 year-old black male, after receiving a Crime Stoppers tip regarding his location at the Lincoln Height Apartments in Henderson.
Washington, D.C. —- Congressman G. K. Butterfield applauded yesterday’s passage of a bipartisan bill aimed at combating HIV/AIDS.
The twenty-one member Vance County Golden LEAF Review Team met yesterday at the Vance-Granville Community College’s Civic Center and chose the four projects it will endorse to the Golden LEAF Board of Trustees.
The final 2009 “Meet Me In the Street” event featuring the Embers begins tonight at 5:30 in downtown Henderson. It looks like the weather is going to cooperate this time. See you there!
Why is it when I need my computer the most it has to do updates? How does Bill Gates know, and why does he care? Riddle this out on today’s open line.
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Washington, D.C. -— Rep. Bob Etheridge (D-Lillington), the only North Carolina member of the House Ways and Means Committee, met yesterday with more than 100 Raleigh senior citizens at the YWCA to discuss the health care reform proposals which would have direct impact on them and are currently being debated in Congress.