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The Wake Weekly and the Butner-Creedmoor News are experiencing delivery issues, which has caused a delay in the delivery of its newspapers. We are making every effort to address the issues, and … more
Officers Friday released the names of five men accused of firing guns last month at a music party in Butner, injuring two people.  Three of the suspects have been arrested. … more
BUTNER — After a contentious public hearing, the South Granville Water and Sewer Authority passed its 2019-20 budget ordinance and rate schedule at its Tuesday meeting. The budget raises water … more
Crime Stoppers golf tournament The Granville County Crime Stoppers Annual Golf Tournament will be held Saturday at South Granville Country Club. Team registration is $200, hole sponsorship … more
CREEDMOOR — Charlotte Lundy’s yard in the 100 block on Wilson’s Way in Creedmoor has been named the first 2019 Yard of the Month by the city of Creedmoor. Lundy will receive a $50 gift … more
HENDERSON — Vance-Granville Community College recognized 37 students who graduated this spring from the Associate Degree Nursing Program with a pinning ceremony in the college’s Civic Center on … more
A Creedmoor teen died Saturday night in Durham County after she was ejected from a vehicle during a crash, WRAL reported. Jordan Shaye Allen, 17, was a passenger in a car driven by Dereck Wayne … more
CREEDMOOR — The drafting class at South Granville High School was recently given the task to design a house for the Granville County Habitat for Humanity. The class, taught by Glenn Forsythe, … more
OXFORD — Each year since 1985, J.F. Webb High School hosts Relay for Life. This year’s event was held May 10. There were countless individuals who were part of the event and worked to make it … more
First Baptist Church Oxford First Baptist Church will celebrate “Women’s Day” with a two-day event beginning Saturday. “A Tea Party” will take place from noon to 2 p.m. at First … 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
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
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. more
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, authorities said. But the victim survived the incident and crawled his way back to the road, where he flagged down a motorist and called for help. more
The Daily Record and the Wilson Times, North Carolina’s last two family-owned daily newspapers, have forged a strategic partnership and formed a media management company, allowing them to share … more
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
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
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
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
The Butner Community Association is making final plans for the 25th annual Butner Chicken Pickin'. more
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