Summer is ending and while it’s end is a bummer; it also means that high school fall sports are right around the corner.
The Caswell County Board of Commissioners, town of Yanceyville and town of Milton met for a joint meeting on Aug. 15 at the Yanceyville Municipal Building.
Paula Seamster shared her knowledge of Celiac disease and gluten-free diets to a crowd of a dozen people at the Gunn Memorial Public Library on Thursday afternoon.
Near the end of Saturday’s Back to School Blast at the Caswell County Parks and Recreation Center, Alton Vann, senior pastor at Jones Crossroads Baptist Church, finished his conversation with Alice Robinson, one of the event’s organizers.
The State Bureau of Investigation is looking into allegations that former Caswell/Person County District Attorney Wallace Bradsher, convicted of stealing state funds may have also taken the lottery winnings of a defendant's mother in exchange for dropping the charges against her son.
A Kentucky Fried Chicken restaurant on NC Hwy. 14 exploded at roughly 12:20 a.m. completely destroying the fast food restuarant's structure and broadcasting structural debris a quarter mile up the highway.
The North Carolina Highway Patrol responded to a multiple automobile accident on NC-86 in front of the State Employees’ Credit Union in Yanceyville around 3:50 p.m. on Thursday, June 20.
Cold cases often leave families with a lot of unanswered questions. One decade later, one Caswell County family continues to wonder what happened to Bobby Michalec.
The Caswell County Sheriff's Office obtained warrants to arrest a 34-year-old Jonesborough, Tennessee woman identified as Mary Elizabeth Barnes on June 19.
The Caswell County Board County of Commissioners met Monday evening, June 17 for their regularly scheduled meeting and to also hold a public hearing for their last budget meeting for the 2019-2020 fiscal year.
On June 10, Dustin Alan Dixon, 33, pled guilty in Caswell County Superior Court to one count of Statutory Rape of a Child who is 15 years old or younger and one count of Indecent Liberties with a Child. Superior Court Judge Richard Gottlieb sentenced Dixon to a minimum of 260 months and a ma…
The North Carolina General Assembly is heading into the final stretch of budget negotiations, which normally marks the end of each year’s legislative session. But this year instead of wrapping things up, it seems like we are headed to a deadlock.
Averett University President Dr. Tiffany M. Franks and Piedmont Community College (PCC) President Dr. Pamela G. Senegal today signed an articulation agreement and a community educational partnership agreement between the two schools in order to make the transfer process to Averett smooth for…
Mayor Alvin Foster and Town Manager Bryan Collie were among the group of individuals who attended the last Downtown Strong Community Meeting on Thursday, May 30 at the Yanceyville Municipal Building.
On Friday morning, May 31, the Caswell Messenger visited the Caswell County Solid Waste & Recycling landfill site to investigate claims about the lack of recycling in the area.
The Sounds of America was the theme of South Elementary School’s spring program performed by students, kindergarten through fifth grade, on Thursday, May 23. The gymnasium and cafeteria filled with parents and family members eagerly waiting for their children to take the stage.
Kindergartners took the stage, opening with the Pledge of Allegiance. They followed up with traditional folk song, “Oh! Susanna,” at the Thursday, May 23, spring concert.
Every cancer survivor has a story and at Relay for Life, survivors are given the opportunity to celebrate that story of survival. This year, the event took place at the Caswell County Park and Recreation complex Friday, May 24.
Bartlett Yancey High School held its annual award ceremony Tuesday evening, May 21, in the school’s gymnasium. Approximately 130 students from all grade levels were presented with either scholarships or academic awards.
The annual Memorial Day program was held at the Caswell County Civic Center in Yanceyville on Monday, May 27. The program was created over 20 years ago as a way to honor the fallen.
The summer like temperatures and clear skies set the tone for the first ever Southern Roots Festival held presented by the Caswell County Council for the Arts in Prospect Hill, on Saturday afternoon, May 18.
Juniors and Seniors from Bartlett Yancey High School spent time speaking with employers from around the region at the second annual Caswell County Schools Career and Technical Education job fair on Friday, May 17.
When you walk into Bucks & Bass, chances are you’ll run into co-owners Jamie Henderson and Bradley Taylor. Both are Yanceyville natives who graduated from Bartlett Yancey High School.
The Alamance County couple Christopher Gray Stevenson and Amanda Lynn Starr, with Caswell County ties were wanted by the Alamance County Sheriff’s Office for Kidnapping, Sexual Servitude, and Promoting Prostitution.
Warm temperatures and sunny skies allowed for a large crowd to form at the grand reopening of the Gunn Memorial Public Library located at 161 Main St. in Yanceyville Wednesday morning, May 1. The ribbon cutting ceremony opened with prayer and the National Anthem was song by Paulette Tate.
Irvin Lee Satterfield, son of John Irvin and Jennifer Lee Satterfield of Pelham recently became the first student to ever represent Dillard Middle School at the Orange County Livestock show.
Caswell Parks and Recreation hosted on Thursday, Young Children Resource Fair, a free community event that linked families to organizations that provide beneficial family services. Age-appropriate games and activities for children six and younger and a free pizza dinner was sponsored by Casw…