Bright Leaf Brew Fest 2020 Cancellation
As confirmed by Caswell County Manager Bryan Miller, Commissioner Sterling Carter has resigned from his seat effective immediately. The board has 60 days to appoint someone to act as interim commissioner until the November election. Carter was running for reelection to his seat.
Tillis Introduces Bill to Provide Landlord-Tenant Bankruptcy Relief in Response to the Coronavirus Pandemic
Mass COVID-19 Testing of All Offenders in State Prison Completed
Golden LEAF Board announces 19 projects totaling more than $11M in funding, hears economic update from Tom Barkin, President of the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond
On Wednesday August 5, the Caswell County Sheriff’s Office served a 31 year old Yanceyville Township resident, named William Thomas Mise, with (2) CRIMINAL SUMMONS charging him with the commission of the following FELONIOUS offenses; (1) count of BREAKING AND OR ENTERING and (1) count of LAR…
The U.S. Department of Agriculture's Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) has identified some of the mysterious seeds that have been mailed to people across the United States from China. The USDA and state agencies warned people against planting the seeds over concerns that may…
During the July 27 ZOOM meeting online at Caswell Cares on Facebook, Caswell County Health Department Chairman Shannon Moritz announced that the weekly meetings would start airing every two weeks since the stream of new information has slowed down somewhat.
Anna Apple of Burlington, N.C. has earned a Bachelor of Science, Nursing degree from Western Governors University (WGU). The online, nonprofit university has graduated over 190,000 students from across the country since its inception in 1997.
“We are pleased to share that Duke Energy Foundation has awarded grants totaling $648,000 to 16 organizations in North Carolina to support workforce education and training programs. I’d like to call special attention to the organizations in my district who received grants: Piedmont Community…
This group of volunteers at the County Outreach Ministry food drive thru on Thursday were happy to wear their new masks recently donated by Piedmont Triad Council Agency on Aging. They were also giving out $5 food coupons for the Caswell Farmers Market.
Sometimes life takes you in a direction that wasn’t so apparent when starting out. Immanuel Martin, 19, of Pelham, is one of those people who is very happy with his new direction.
“H.E.R.O.”, the Horse Education Rescue Organization, is holding its annual tack sale on Saturday, August 22. All tack is slightly used, but in good working order, and all proceeds from the sale will go to help support the mission and day to day operations of “H.E.R.O.”.
BREAKING: Gov. Roy Cooper declared a State of Emergency in North Carolina ahead of Hurricane Isaias. The storm is expected to strengthen to Category 2 before it weakens and impacts North Carolina on Monday.
Tillis Introduces Landmark Bill To Reform How Veterans Exposed to Toxic Substances Receive Health Care and Benefits
While new unemployment claims have started to pick up again due to spikes in COVID-19, last week they were still 79% below the peak during the COVID-19 pandemic. To help add some context to this statistic, WalletHub just released updated rankings for the States Whose Unemployment Claims Are …
Alivia Mims from Bartlett Yancey Senior High School recently placed sixth place in the nation in the Virtual Beta Club Convention. The original plans were to travel to Texas to compete against all the other states in the Division 2 Speech competition. Her plaque has not been delivered as of …
Next Monday, August 3, is the next opportunity for concerned Caswell County citizens to speak out in a public hearing on the quarry and asphalt plants proposed by Sunrock for the Prospect Hill and Anderson communities.
Although originally deciding to go with Plan B hybrid model of in school two days a week and three days of virtual learning, Caswell County Board of Education held a special meeting last Wednesday to revisit the decision.
Young Mason Gadsen, who will be seven years old on August 10, suffered a frightening experience on July 22 around 8 p.m. when he was attacked by a fox at his home at Sunvale Apartments in Yanceyville.
Did you know that Caswell County is being highlighted across the world in a very positive light twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week (24/7)?
ALZHEIMER’S ASSOCIATION ADDS NEW TOPICS TO VIRTUAL PROGRAM LINEUP
The Triad Warriors will be holding tryouts on Wednesday, July 29, at 6:00 pm. They are moving up to 10U in the Fall and are looking to add some more talent to the team. The location will be 181 Bethany Rd. Reidsville, NC.
CEDAR POINT PUBLIC FISHING AND BOATING ACCESS AREA NAMED TO HONOR WILDLIFE COMMISSION EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR GORDON MYERS
On the evening of Sunday July 19, 2020, the Caswell County Sheriff’s Office responded to the report of an individual who had sustained a gunshot wound at a location in the Town of Yanceyville. When the deputies arrived at the scene, they secured the area and immediately summoned EMS. The per…