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HENDERSON — From sparkling tiaras to rhinestone-studded shoes, the gems of Granville Central were shining brightly at the school's annual prom April 27 at the Henderson Country … more
Vance-Granville Community College has named student Hope Crute of Youngsville as its recipient of the North Carolina Community College System's Academic Excellence Award. more
OXFORD — During a brief, 20-minute work session, the Granville County Board of Education on Monday voted unanimously to approve the 2019-20 budget. The budget will now be submitted to … more
Church of Latter-day Saints The open house community celebration for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is scheduled for today from 4-7 p.m. at 201 S. Main St., … more
When you talk to Emma Green, administrative support assistant at Granville County Sheriff’s Department, you may have known her from childhood, recall having seen her at either CVS, where she worked … more
CHAPEL HILL ­— A Creedmoor utility worker who was injured in April in a gas explosion in downtown Durham has died. UNC hospitals confirmed last week the death of Jay Rambeaut, a Dominion … more
The open house community celebration for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is scheduled for today from 4-7 p.m. at 201 S. Main St., Creedmoor. There will be musical performances, and … more
CREEDMOOR — Fishing buddies William Miles and William Hall sat quietly watching their corks on the water from the newly renovated fishing pier Saturday at Lake Rogers Park. Miles and Hall, both … more
CREEDMOOR — The city of Creedmoor announced that construction on the Cross City Trail began this week. Construction of the more than three miles of sidewalks, greenways, boardwalk and bridge is … more
STEM — Granville County Sheriff Brindell Wilkins Jr., in partnership with Granville County Schools, the U.S. Army National Guard and the Boy Scouts of America, has announced the formation of the … more
The Creedmoor Farmers Market is open for the season and hours will be 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturdays until May 15. Kale, strawberries, spinach, herbs, sweet potatoes, spring onions, some tomato … more
STEM — The town of Stem hosted over 200 people at the Stem Ruritan Club for the annual Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday. The hunt was previously delayed due to inclement weather. The egg hunt was … more
BUTNER — Three people were shot April 19 during a rap music artist release party at Carolina Chicken and BBQ restaurant in Butner, a press release from Butner’s public safety department … more
The following incidents were reported by Butner Public Safety: April 12 • Nyquan Malik Wortham, 22, of Butner, was arrested on an outstanding order for arrest. Wortham was issued a secured … more
CHAPEL HILL — A utility worker living in Creedmoor who was injured earlier this month in a gas explosion in downtown Durham has died. UNC hospitals confirmed Thursday the death of Jay … more
BUTNER — Three people were shot Friday night during a rap music artist release party at Carolina Chicken and BBQ Restaurant in Butner, according to a press release from Butner Public … more
RALEIGH — A 38-year-old Oxford man who goes by “Gator” will spend five years in federal prison for carrying a gun. Maurice Shawayne Harris is a convicted felon who is barred from having … more
OXFORD — Tally Ho First Baptist Church of Stem was the recipient of both state and county honors during the Granville County Board of Commissioners meeting on Monday. The church, headed by Rev. … more
An investigation by the Franklin and Granville county sheriff’s offices led to charges April 11 against a 31-year-old man. Michael Kirby Wheeler, of Franklinton, was arrested and charged by the … more
CREEDMOOR — The much-anticipated Creedmoor Community Center is one step closer to becoming a reality after an official groundbreaking ceremony was held April 12 at the Battle Roberts Ball Field on … more
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