Has there been a white Christmas within any Hendersonian’s memory? We’re starting to think that this could be the year. Here’s your open line.
Henderson Mayor Pete O’Geary called yesterday’s meeting of the Henderson City Council a “special council meeting” because of the presence of member Mary Emma Evans.
Police Officer I Ashley Morris, the Henderson Police Department’s Officer of the Month for November 2010. The Officer of the Month for the Henderson Police Department in November 2010 is Police Officer I Ashley Morris.
This weather is making me feel like I’m back in New York or Pennsylvania. It’s not a good feeling. Here’s your open line.
I made the mistake of going to a shopping mall on Saturday. I figured that since there’s a major recession on that there would be places to park. I was wrong. The only reason I’m still not driving around the parking lot is that I have a little car that can fit into spaces next to big cars that have parked badly. Here’s your open line.
Henderson Police Department Home Invasion Case On November 16, 2010 around 2:25 a.m. the Henderson Police Department received a report of a home invasion robbery at 110 Faulkner Street in Henderson, North Carolina.
Click image to view complete, full-size document. Here is the agenda for the Henderson City Council’s regular monthly meeting. The regular monthly meeting is held on the second Monday of each month at 7:00 p.m. in the Henderson Municipal Building, 134 Rose Avenue in Henderson, North Carolina.
Devonjee Branche The Henderson Police Department is currently seeking Devonjee Branch.
Raleigh — United States Attorney George E.B. Holding announced that Criminal Complaints were unsealed today that charged two Henderson men, Abdullah Ahmed Almuwallad and Mohamed Mohamed Nagi, with federal crimes.
Home in Henderson has been having some technical issues during the last few days. Fortunately, our good friends at Dataforge have provided swift and certain relief and have helped to shore up our defenses. We will continue to work to provide you with the best place in Henderson’s cybersphere to exchange news and views. Here’s your open line.
Washington, D.C. — U.S. Rep. Bob Etheridge delivered the following speech from the floor of the U.S. House of Representatives yesterday:
North Carolina Gov. Bev Perdue announced her vision to restructure state government yesterday in a speech to Moore County officials and chambers of commerce representatives.
I spent my precious after-school time doing a back-and-forth with our web host in an attempt to keep the video feeds working. We established two things: 1) They like to give orders to their customers. 2) I don’t respond well to being given orders by people I pay to provide a service. As you can guess, you can look for changes in how video is delivered soon. Here’s your open line.
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This may seem unbelievable, but it really happened last Wednesday on a flight from San Diego to Raleigh with a stopover in Las Vegas.
About four years ago, in answer to objections about anonymity on Home in Henderson I started a sister site called Who Is Home in Henderson? where users were required to register and use their real names. It was a total failure. Why, you ask? No one posted on it, and it had less than one-tenth the readership of Home in Henderson. I took it down after a year because I was tired of such a dramatic failure staring me in …
Here is a November 2010 Golden LEAF newsletter.