Friday Dec 6
Christmastime excitement in Oxford
Members of the South Granville High School marching band, including tuba player Justin Pare, play Christmas songs as they march along Williamsboro Street in the Oxford Christmas parade.
Friday Dec 6
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Mason's flipping pancakes to help children's home
Pancake breakfast organizers say there is a new tradition being cooked up just in time for Christmas.
Arrests, citations in Henderson, Vance County and Oxford
Darius Terry, 26, of 499 Red Clay Lane, Henderson, was arrested Dec. 2 on charges of property fraud and failing to appear in court.
Five churches trace roots from Harris Meeting House
Years have passed, faces have changed and churches linked through the Harris Meeting House have grown apart and been reconciled together.
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Oscar "Junior" Dodson
Born June 8, 1925 in Rutherford County, he was a son of the late Oscar T. Dodson and Mattie Belle Rhodes Dodson.
Suspicious person causes lockdown at Vance-Granville
Campus police, the Vance County Sheriff's Office, the N.C. Highway Patrol and Oxford police have been at the main campus of Vance-Granville Community College today in response to a lockdown.
Word getting out early on Oxford Prep
Andrew Swanner, founder of the new charter high school in Oxford, wants to spread the word about his college preparatory school as early as possible.
Arrests, citations in Warren, Granville counties
Relorn Lynch, 38, of 130 James B. Alston Road, Warrenton, was arrested Nov. 8 on a charge of making threats.
Last week's winners officially confirmed across Tri-County
Some numbers changed when municipal election results for the Tri-County area were canvassed on Tuesday, but all outcomes remained the same.
Oxford commissioners alter preservation ordinance
The twin action was taken to make the city eligible for Certified Local Government status.
Charges filed for marijuana plants operation
Granville County sheriff's deputies and officers with the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission conducted a raid at 6608 Zachary Lane in Oxford on Sunday, Nov. 3. Plants in growth bins, being tended with fans and special lighting, were cut down and weighed about 80 pounds, according to a statement from the sheriff's office.