Washington, D.C. -– Congressman G. K. Butterfield said a new national hunger study underscores the need for a strong nutrition safety net for North Carolina families that continue to struggle amidst the slow economic recovery.
On March 7, 2011 around 3:59 p.m. vice/narcotics officers with the Henderson Police Department conducted a traffic stop on Warrenton Road.
Below is the agreement that was reached by the City of Henderson and the County of Vance regarding the sale of water to Vance County and the funding of joint city/county projects. Please note that the document is several pages long. To view the complete document, click on the image. Click image to view complete, full-size document.
Officer Patricia Myers, the Henderson Police Department’s Officer of the Month for February 2011 Police Officer I Patricia Myers was recognized as the Henderson Police Department’s Officer of the Month for February of 2011.
There has been a lot in the news recently about optimism.
A spaghetti supper will be offered at the Oxford Baptist Church on Friday, March 11, 2011 from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
I have a theory that we Americans collectively lose our minds from time to time. I’m really not qualified to make such conjectures, nor do I have any real scholarship to back it up. It’s really just a feeling. On the other hand, how do you explain World War I, flagpole-sitting, goldfish-swallowing, the Fascist movement of the early 20th century, McCarthyism, hippies, streaking, disco, 80’s music, Monica Lewinsky and the daily rantings of various and sundry individuals on this blog? …
The Vance County Board of Education’s Curriculum Committee will meet today, Wednesday, March 9, 2011 at 11:00 a.m. No agenda for the meeting was provided. The committee will meet in the Administrative Services Center, 1724 Graham Avenue in Henderson, North Carolina.
On Sunday March 7, 2011, officers of the Henderson Police Department responded to Citi Trends, 1654 N. Garnett Street in Henderson in response to a larceny.
On Saturday, March 5, 2011, an officer of the Henderson Police Department responded to Wal-Mart, 200 N. Cooper Drive in Henderson in response to a larceny report.
When you stand by and watch injustice being done to a group that is weak by a group that is strong, remember this: One day you may be weak. Protecting the fundamental rights of your fellow citizens is not an act of charity. Rather, it is an act of enlightened self-interest. Unless each one of us has the same set of rights, we can never truly be a free people. Here’s your open line.
On Saturday March 5, 2011, on officer of the Henderson Police Department responded to Walmart, 200 N. Cooper Drive in Henderson in response to a report of a larceny.
Washington, D.C. — Congressman G. K. Butterfield has called for a hearing on how to reduce concussions and other head injuries to football players at all levels and ages.
A number of substantive bills are working through our committees and will soon reach the House floor.
On Saturday March 5, 2011, an officer of the Henderson Police Department responded to Family Dollar, 1405 East Andrews Avenue in Henderson in response to a larceny report.
Two bills of considerable public importance were voted upon by the Senate this week.
Don’t forget the Henderson-Vance Safe Kids fund raiser being held today and tomorrow at Pizza Inn. Bring this flyer with you when you visit so that 10% of the cost of your meal is directed towards that worthy organization. Here’s your open line.
The rumor that I was admitted to the Duke University Medical Center earlier this week is true. On Monday afternoon I went to the emergency room at Maria Parham Medical Center on the advice of my family doctor, and from there I was shipped to Duke for various cardiac tests. Luckily, those tests all came out negative for a heart attack, heart damage, and coronary artery disease. I was was sent home yesterday with a new prescription that will hopefully …