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CREEDMOOR — The Creedmoor branch of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints welcomed community members into a new facility on Main Street with a May 3 open house celebration. Area … more
WILTON — A motorcyclist died Saturday on N.C. Highway 96 after he veered into a lane of oncoming traffic and crashed into a John Deere tractor, state troopers said. Normey Michael Medlin Jr., … more
In preparation for the 2020 Census, the U.S. Census Bureau is recruiting workers for temporary jobs, which include recruiting assistants, office operations supervisors, clerks, Census field … more
The Granville County Relay for Life will be held today beginning at 6 p.m. at the J.F. Webb High School track. A survivors’ reception will begin at 4:30 p.m in the Webb cafeteria. Church fish … more
True Faith Fellowship Baptist Church True Faith Fellowship Baptist Church, 1687 W B Clark Road, Creedmoor will host a “Harvest Time Musical Program” with special guest The Redeemed Disciples … more
OXFORD — A trio of suspects Saturday lured a man to a meeting place, beat and robbed him, bound him in tape and kidnapped him, and then drove him to Oxford where they threw him off a bridge, … more
The following incidents were reported by Butner Public Safety: June 7 • James William Moss IV, 21, of Butner, was arrested during a traffic stop and charged with possession with intent to … more
CREEDMOOR — At a Nov. 7 general meeting, the Creedmoor Lions Club welcomed a visit from the Lions District 31-O Governor Paul Silverman. Silverman has been an active Lions Club member for over … more
RALEIGH — Despite the windy and rainy conditions, South Granville students made the best of the situation during the school’s Paris-themed prom May 4 at the Shrine Club in Raleigh. A light … more
CREEDMOOR — The city of Creedmoor is seeking applications from residents who live inside city limits and are interested in serving on its Board of Adjustment. There is currently a vacancy on the … more
STEM — “You have got this,” Alisa McLean said Saturday during her commencement address to the six students who became the first ever graduates from Granville Academy. In her speech, McLean … more
STEM — The town of Stem has announced its Annual Christmas Parade and Tree Lighting even will be held Saturday, Nov. 23 at 3:30 p.m. “This is a huge day for … more
OXFORD — The Granville County Board of Education approved hiring an architectural firm to gather information and cost of several scenarios that could affect multiple schools in the southern end of … more
OXFORD — A board meeting to discuss and approve polling place moves will be held Tuesday at 9:30 a.m. at the Granville County Board of Elections. These moves are necessary due to requests from … more
Oxford United Methodist Church, 105 W. McClanahan St., Oxford, will host a community blood drive today from 9 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Contact Ruth Carraway at 919-693-7647 or email carrawayrt@gmail.com for … more
BUTNER — In a unanimous vote at Tuesday’s meeting, the South Granville Water and Sewer Authority Board of Directors approved a request for 2,014 gallons per day of water and sewer services … more
Community United Methodist and Stem United Methodist Community United Methodist and Stem United Methodist will worship at Holt Lake on Sunday at 10:30 a.m. A Bluegrass band playing spiritual music … more
CREEDMOOR ­— The sun shone brightly as the South Granville High School candidates for graduation made their way to their seats Saturday morning. The light-blue-clad Vikings were a bit … more
FRANKLINTON — Wilton Elementary School on Nov. 1 students wrote thank you notes and letters to different groups in the community to thank them and show appreciation for all that they do in the … more
STEM — Stem residents gathered Monday at Jack Day Community Park for a Memorial Day event to honor and celebrate those who have served. Small American flags lined the area where Pfc. Angela … more
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