Meeting to be held Sunday on Anderson’s future
On Friday, Jan. 24, the Caswell County Sheriff’s Office responded to the report of a robbery at the Yanceyville Food Lion. No one was injured and the perpetrator fled minutes before the initial deputies arrived on the scene.
Louise Early of the Ascension Lutheran Church presents to Legion Rider Last Capitol Chapter of the American Legion Post 325 a total of 51 wreaths to be used in the “wreaths across America program. Left to right Louise Early, Post Commander Dale Roberson and Director Steve Walker.
There will be a Meet & Greet for Lance Stokes, the new Principal at Bartlett Yancey Senior High School on Thursday, Feb. 6, 4-8 p.m. Everyone is invited.
Keynote Speaker Elder Lamar Boykin, pastor of New Ephesus Baptist Church of Ruffin, had attendees on their feet during the Monday commemorative “laying of the wreath” in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Mark Robinson, a Republican candidate for Lt. Governor in North Carolina, will be visiting local citizens in Yanceyville at Yoder’s Country Market on Monday, Jan. 27, 5 p.m. Everyone is encouraged to stop by to meet him and share their concerns. He is visiting every county in the state and i…
On Friday, Jan. 17, the Caswell County Sheriff’s Office re sponded to the report of an armed robbery at the West Side Texaco Station, 416 US Hwy 158 West Yanceyville. Caswell deputies arrived on the scene within minutes and discovered that no one was injured and that the perpetrators had fle…
On Tuesday, Jan. 14, the Caswell County Sheriff’s Office responded to the report of an armed robbery in progress at the Yanceyville ABC Store. Prior to the deputies arrival to the scene, three Danville residents; John Wayne Burton, 32, Quintell Kamaile Saunders, 23, and Tyree Murphy, 20, had…
The American Legion Post 210 will have it quarterly General membership meeting on Saturday, January 18 at 1 pm. The meeting will be held at the Post’s building at 1306 Smith Road, Ruffin, NC 27326 ( Casville). All Legion members and Veterans are invited to attend. Lunch will be served. For m…
North Carolina will get up to $56 million from the federal government over the next seven years in new early childhood development grants, Gov. Roy Cooper announced Thursday, saying it's one of the largest infusions the system has seen in recent years.
The Caswell County Partnership for Children Child Care Advisory Committee Meeting will be held January 16, 2020 at 3:15 PM at 1084 NC Hwy 86 N in Yanceyville, NC. For additional information contact CCPFC at 336-694-1538 or email@example.com. Meetings are open to the public.
Helping neighbors in need is no doubt what is called for in times such as these when the working poor and those even further down the chain struggle day to day to provide food for themselves and their families.
Donald Scott Layne, 53, a Danville man charged with murder, attempted murder, kidnapping and rape made a brief court appearance in the Caswell County, NC Superior Court Monday.
On Thursday January 9th, 2020, the Caswell County Sheriff’s Office arrested and charged a 38 year old Pelham Township resident, named Linwood Lamont Hairston Jr., with the commission of the following FELONY violations; (1) count of POSSESSION WITH INTENT TO SELL/DELIVER MARIJUANA, (1) count …
On Friday January 9th, 2020, the Caswell County Sheriff’s Office arrested and charged a 35 year old Pelham Township resident, named Ibriana Monae Holland, with the commission of the following FELONY narcotics violations; (1) count of POSSES-SION WITH INTENT TO MANUFACTURE, SELL/DELIVER HEROI…
On Thursday January 9th, 2020, the Caswell County Sheriff’s Office arrested and charged a 61 year old Pelham Township resident, named Danny Carl Hairston, with the commission of the following FELONY drug violations; (1) count of POSSESSION WITH INTENT TO SELL/DELIVER MARIJUANA, (1) count of …
The Caswell County Board of Commissioners voted to adopt a year-long moratorium on the construction and erection of asphalt, concrete and rock quarry facilities in the county during the first of its bi-monthly meetings Monday night.
The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for the piedmont of Virginia and North Carolina region starting midnight Friday and carrying over until 3 p.m.
Four Caswell County schools were honored for either meeting or exceeding student achievement growth for the 2018-19 school before the Caswell County Board of Education’s meeting last Monday.
The Caswell County Board of Commissioners announced a notice of public hearing will be held by the BoCC on an Ordinance to Place a Moratorium on the Construction and Erection of Asphalt, Concrete and Rock Quarry facilities.
The Caswell County Sheriff’s Office arrested and charged a Providence Township resident with a misdemeanor in relation to a stolen goods investigation Nov. 21.
Caswell County native son Chuck Crumpton returned to his hometown of Yanceyville this past Saturday for a book signing for his first book entitled “The Jagged Journey,” released earlier this year.
The North Carolina Highway Patrol and first responders diligently worked the scene of a crash involving a school bus in the 1700 block of Highway 86 in Yanceyville near the Rio Grande Mexican restaurant yesterday morning around 7:30 a.m.
The Caswell County Sheriff’s Office, Yanceyville Fire Department and North Carolina Highway State Patrol responded to a three-car accident right outside of Yanceyville town limits, heading down U.S. Highway 86 South Friday afternoon.
Williams High School in Burlington was placed on lockdown Thursday afternoon as members of the Burlington Police Department searched for a weapon on campus, according to a spokesperson with Alamance-Burlington School system.
The North Carolina Highway Patrol and first responders are currently working the scene of a crash involving a school bus in the 1700 block of Highway 86 in Yanceyville.
The Caswell County Sheriff’s Office made four drug-related arrests over the past week, bringing the office’s total to 14 since Oct. 29.
With the holidays right around the corner, numerous Caswell County organizations and numerous volunteers are already prepping for the county’s annual holiday tradition.