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One summer I taught summer school at a different school from the one I taught at during the regular school year.
The Henderson City Council voted unanimously on Monday night to allow homeless shelters in the Occupational/Institutional (OI) zone in the city with a special use permit.
It is my sincere hope that the taxpayers of Henderson do not get stuck with the tab for cleaning up the Beacon Light mess. I trust I am not alone in this. With that, we give you the open line.
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Council gives owner fourteen days to submit plans, evidence of financing Although current Beacon Light owner Sharif Abdehalim was not signed up to speak during the Henderson City Council’s update on the status of the Beacon Light property during yesterday’s meeting, City Manager Ray Griffin recommended to the council that it would be appropriate for him to make remarks.
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** Breaking News ** At approximately 2:40 p.m. today, officers of the Henderson Police Department responded to a report of an armed robbery at Hardee’s Restaurant located on the corner of Dabney Drive and Oxford Road in Henderson, North Carolina. No arrests have been made at this time. Home in Henderson hopes to have more details soon.
** Breaking News ** Here is the text of a letter sent to the Vance County Board of Elections by former Henderson City Council member and Ward 4 At-Large candidate in the October 6, 2009 election Ranger Wilkerson requesting a recount:
** Breaking News — Updated ** Home in Henderson has confirmed that Vance County Commissioner Scott Hughes was arrested on Saturday, October 10, 2009 on a warrant from Craven County for two misdemeanor counts of cyber-stalking. Hughes is accused of threatening a Craven County man and his wife with bodily harm in an email. The incident is alleged to have occurred on September 21, 2009.
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Henderson Police Chief K.L. Sidwell reports that members of the Henderson Police Department’s Narcotics Unit performed a vehicle stop near the Henderson Convention Center located on Wortham Court on October 8, 2009.
The Vance County Board of Commissioners’ Planning Committee is scheduled to meet in closed session today, Monday, October 12, 2009 at 12:00 p.m. No reason was given for the closed session, nor was an agenda provided.
Has parking downtown been an issue for you? Let us know on today’s open line.
Throughout the most recent legislative session, I worked with my colleagues in the House of Representatives on initiatives that we believe will improve life in North Carolina.
Below is the link to the agenda of the Henderson City Council for their meeting this evening at 7:00 p.m. at City Hall located at 134 Rose Avenue in Henderson, North Carolina. The regular meeting of the city council occurs on the second Monday of each month. Click image to view agenda with embedded links to relevant documents
Standing from Left: Henderson Police Lt. Irvin Robinson, Bobby Choplin, Kristen Tharpe, Edward Woodlief, Sandy Tew, Sam Franklin, George Rush Frank Sossamon Seated from Left: Vance County Sheriff Peter White, Vance County Sheriff’s Office Sgt. Jeffery P. Marrow, Henderson Police Chief Keith L. Sidwell, Henderson Police Lt. Sandra F. Lawhorne, Mrs. Morgan Coker, Mrs. Lynne Tuck The Henderson-Vance Crime Stoppers held their fourteenth Annual Awards and Recognition Banquet yesterday evening in the fellowship hall of the South Henderson Pentecostal Holiness …
The 14th Annual Crime Stoppers Award & Recognition Banquet was a portrait of a community unified behind a goal that transcends ethnicity, gender, economic status, and all of the other excuses people use to segregate themselves from other people. For those who say that Henderson is divided and divisive, I give you yesterday’s study in unity of purpose. Here’s your open line.
Washington, D.C. -— On Monday, Rep. Bob Etheridge signed a joint letter from Members of Congress urging Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack to act immediately to assist America’s pork producers during the continuing economic recovery.
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