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Health officials on Sunday said one person has tested positive for COVID-19 in Vance County.  The known case in Vance County, as well as a case identified Friday in Granville County, were … more
The U.S. Army National Guard has been called in to assist with getting personal protective equipment to agencies in need of it throughout the state. The number of reported coronavirus (COVID-19) … more
OXFORD — One person tested positive for COVID-19 on Friday, Granville County officials said.  To protect the patient’s privacy, no additional information about the individual will … more
RALEIGH — State Employees’ Credit Union branches statewide closed their doors and moved to drive-thru only service on Thursday, to reduce the possibilities of transmission of the … more
CREEDMOOR — The Creedmoor Board of Commissioners held an emergency meeting by phone on Tuesday to review emergency plans as the number of COVID-19 cases increases in North Carolina. The board … more
The Granville County Sheriff’s Office will conduct its annual firearms qualifications on the weeks of April 6-9 and April 20-24 at the Sir Walter Raleigh Gun Club, 2507 Hester Road in … more
Editor’s note: Check with event organizers for up-to-date information on event cancellations, postponements, refunds and other impacts related to the COVID-19 pandemic. Chamber membership … more
Coronavirus Crisis OXFORD — As of Wednesday morning, there were no confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Granville or Vance counties. Still, local health officials say the county should be taking … more
BUTNER — The owners of Quality Drugs say ethics and old-fashioned customer service have been the company’s building blocks for 47 years. The pharmacy license for Quality Drugs, at 309 Central … more
OXFORD — Ken Reeves is Granville County’s newly-hired fire marshal. Reeves comes to emergency services with training and experience, as he has served as battalion chief, fire investigator and … more
Butner Public Safety investigated the following incidents and made the following arrests from March 6-12. MARCH 6 • Assault, 600 block of East B Street at Piedmont Village … more
CREEDMOOR — The Pendergraph Companies announced this week the opening of its newest property, Holly Creek Apartments, at 810 N. Main St. in Creedmoor. This new development adds to the … more
(The Center Square) – North Carolina business leaders are urging consumers to support local businesses in the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak. Several stores and restaurants in the state have … more
First Baptist Church The gospel music concert, “He Keeps Me Singing,” that was planned at First Baptist Church of Butner on Sunday, March 29, has been canceled. more
OXFORD — For the safety and security of the community, Granville County government is taking precautionary measures to limit the spread of COVID-19, following guidance from CDC and working closely … more
OXFORD — Granville County school officials say they don’t want learning to stop while classes are suspended for two weeks. During an emergency telephone meeting of the Granville County Board … more
The Granville County Sheriff’s office made the following arrests March 2-9. MARCH 2 • Buddy Leroy Cleaver, 75, of Peachtree Street, Creedmoor: delaying and obstructing; $1,000 secured … more
OXFORD — To protect against the spread of COVID-19, stronger visitor restrictions went into place at Granville Medical Center. In addition, Brantwood Nursing & Rehab Center is barring all … more
Granville County officials are urging caution and fire safety after several wildfires last week burned 18 acres in the county. According to Granville County Ranger Rob Montague, the N.C. Forest … more
CREEDMOOR — About 2 in 3 Granville County public school students are on free or reduced lunch, according to school officials. After the state’s schools began a two-week closure Monday to … more
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