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FRANKLINTON — A Creedmoor man driving a moped on N.C. Highway 56 early Sunday was taken to a hospital and died after he sideswiped a car, authorities said. Alcohol was a factor in the crash, … more
OXFORD — A 23-year-old Oxford man died Sunday when his car ran off a road and struck a tree.  The N.C. Highway Patrol said Darin O'Bryan Webb was killed as the result of a crash on … more
RALEIGH — A proposal that could bring the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services to Granville County was revealed in Tuesday's North Carolina Senate budget. Section … more
CREEDMOOR — A man involved in a serious crash near Wilton Sunday morning died this week from his injuries, authorities said. Another person was seriously injured in the crash, but her … 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
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
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
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
Creedmoor Recreation will present “Merlot & Van Gogh,” an adult recreation program, today from 6-8 p.m. at El Corral Mexican Restaurant, 406 N. Main St., Creedmoor. Butner Chicken … more
HENDERSON — Almost 500 graduates were honored at Vance-Granville Community College’s 50th annual commencement exercises on May 10. Rachel Desmarais, who became the seventh president of the … more
BUTNER — The Soldier’s Memorial statue was the backdrop for Monday’s annual Memorial Day Wreath-Laying Ceremony at Gazebo Park. The town of Butner hosts the event each year to honor those … more
NEW BERN — A Granville County man who sexually abused two teenagers, including a boy with autism, will spend 27 years in federal prison on child pornography charges. Mark Bass, 59, of … more
STEM — The North Carolina National Guard recently hosted the Region III Best Warrior Competition at the Camp Butner National Guard Training Center on Roberts Chapel Road in Stem. The five-day … more
STEM — The Stem Town Council announced the pending purchase of the property across the street from town hall at their Monday regular meeting. Mayor Casey Dover said the town has signed off on a … more
Local businesses can extend their advertising reach across the World Wide Web through Kingsdale Media, an eastern North Carolina digital marketing agency bridging the gap between community newspapers … more
STEM — Many of Granville County Schools’ most precious gems filled the dance floor at Granville Central’s annual Daylight Prom for special needs students on May 17. The students, dressed in … more
BUTNER — The town of Butner will hold its annual wreath-laying ceremony at 10 a.m. Monday to pay tribute and remember U.S. military men and women at Gazebo Park on Central Avenue. U.S. Marine … more
OXFORD — Granville County’s 2019-20 budget is one step closer to being approved after a public hearing was held Monday. While members such as board chairman Zelodis Jay said they were pleased … more
Creedmoor Recreation will present “Merlot & Van Gogh,” an adult recreation program, on Friday, May 31 from 6-8 p.m. at El Corral Mexican Restaurant, 406 N. Main St., Creedmoor. Granville … 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
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