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Henderson, not to be confused with Hendersonville, is located in the northern piedmont region of North Carolina. It is the birthplace of both Ben E. King (singer and co-composer of "Stand by Me") and Charlie Rose (60 Minutes correspondent, PBS talk show host). The city of Henderson was named in honor of former North Carolina Supreme Court Chief Justice Leonard Henderson. He lived nearby to the area now known as Henderson and was a friend of Lewis Reavis, an early settler.
Local Newspapers: Daily Dispatch News and Observer
Local Sports Teams: Carolina Panthers (NFL) Carolina Hurricanes (NHL)
Local Colleges: Vance-Granville Community College
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Remaining co-defendants in murder case sentenced
The three remaining co-defendants in a murder case involving a Henderson woman that shot and killed her boyfriend in 2015 were handed down their sentences Friday in Vance County Superior Court. Jessica Lewis, 20, was the first of the three co-defendants in court Friday to be sentenced for her role in the Dec. 29, 2015, killing of her cousin's boyfriend, Marcus Fields.VGCC scholarship endowed by Ardagh
Pictured, from left, at the Ardagh plant in Henderson are VGCC President Stelfanie Williams, Ardagh Operations Manager Todd Concienne, Plant Manager Stephane Jean, Human Resources Manager Todd Glawe, VGCC Endowment Specialist Kay Currin and VGCC Endowment Director Eddie Ferguson. Ardagh Group, a global leader in packaging solutions with a facility in Henderson, has established a new scholarship at Vance-Granville Community College.Riggan: Bob Harrison's apprentice
I had some great teachers throughout my time in the Vance County School system. Robert Pirie from Zeb Vance and John Sadler from Henderson Junior High particularly took an interest in my writing and encouraged me to do more of it.Crime Log
He was jailed on $20,000 bond pending a court hearing March 26. a Assault on a female and assault by pointing a gun were reported March 20 on the 200 block of West Andrews Avenue, Henderson. a Emmanuel L. Williams, 33, of 1997 Raleigh Road, Henderson, was charged via warrant March 18 with sell of heroin, delivery of heroin and possession with intent to manufacture/sell/deliver heroin.Arrest made in Henderson shooting death
According to a news release from the Henderson Police Department, Marcus Small, 31, turned himself into law enforcement authorities for the shooting death of Emmanuel Hargrove, 31. Members of the Henderson Police Department responded to the shooting, which took place on the 100 block of Parham Road on March 9 at around 11:55 p.m. in reference to a person being shot. When officers arrived they found Hargrove suffering from a gunshot wound.Two dead in Wednesday shooting 14-year-old also shot, killed over weekend
Two people were killed and another wounded in Wednesday's shooting at a residence along Harrell Street in Henderson, according to police. The Henderson Police Department also released information about a teenage boy from Henderson who was killed in a shooting over the weekend.One killed, another injured in Tuesday night shooting in Henderson
One person was killed and another remains in the hospital after being shot in their car late Tuesday night, according to Henderson Police. Officers with the Henderson Police Department were dispatched at approximately 11 p.m. Tuesday to the 400 block of Merriman Street.Henderson man dies after being shot
A Henderson man died of a gunshot wound over the weekend after the Henderson Police Department responded to reports of gunshots. According to a news release from the Police Department, the shooting occured Friday at around 11:55 p.m. Members of the Henderson Police Department responded to the 100 block of Parham Road in reference to someone being shot.Crime Log
He was jailed on $2,000 bond pending a court hearing March 19. a Breaking and/or entering into a motor vehicle was reported March 9 on the 1200 block of David Avenue, Henderson. a Monisha L. Ragland, 22, of 2008 Thomas Lane, Henderson, was charged via criminal summons March 6 with failure to appear and assault on a female.EDC tours Mako labs
Board members from the Henderson-Vance Economic Development Commission toured the new Mako Medical Laboratories location in Henderson earlier this week to see the progress being made at the new location. The tour was preceded though by a quick presentation by Mako co-founder and Chief Operating Officer Josh Arant who gave a report of their first few months at their new location along Industry Drive.Family memorializes son at park
The memorial stone placed at the reflection park at the corner of Chavasse Avenue and Arch Street to remember Corey "O" Bullock, who was shot and killed in the area in 2010. Jeannette Bullock releases green balloons symbolizing endurance on Friday to remember her son, Corey Bullock.Superintendent to present consolidation proposal to board Monday
Vance County Schools Superintendent Tony Jackson is expected to present a recommendation on school consolidation Monday to the Board of Education, which is then expected to decide what action to take on the proposal. Vance County Schools is considering consolidating Eaton-Johnson Middle School and Henderson Middle, and the two high schools, Northern Vance and Southern Vance.Crime log
She was jailed on $40,000 bond pending a court hearing March 26. a Discharge of a weapon into an occupied property was reported March 7 on the 1500 block of South William Street, Henderson. a Robert V. Shenise Jr., 33, of 95 D&G Lane, Kittrell, was charged via criminal summons March 6 with second-degree trespassing.Panel urges women to take the lead
From left, Granville County Tourism Director Angela Allen, Dispatch Managing Editor Christine Nguyen and Gang Free founder and City Councilwoman Melissa Elliott take part in the panel discussion during Thursday's 2018 Women's Leadership Conference at Vance-Granville Community College. A panel of local female leaders offered guidance to two dozen women at the 2018 Women's Leadership Conference at Vance-Granville Community College on Thursday.MR Williams donates $25,000 for new VGCC scholarship
Vance-Granville Community College has a new scholarship, the "MR Williams Presidential Scholar Award" scholarship, which was endowed by Henderson-based distribution company MR Williams through a donation from the company. " a we have a policy at our company of being a family company and that means that our employees are an extension of our family, as is the community and our customers," said Mike Williams, the founder of MR Williams.Vance tourism director retiring at month's end
After more than 20 years on the job, Vance County Tourism Director Nancy Wilson is set to retire at the end of this month from a job she made sure she got the most out of. "I'm sure whoever takes my job will do it bigger and better than I did, but they certainly can't have anymore fun than I had," Wilson said with a laugh.Crime Log
She has a court hearing March 19. a Melissa Medlin, 32, of 215 Hamilton St., Henderson, was charged via warrant March 3 with simple physical assault. She was jailed without bond pending a court hearing March 19. a Bryan K. Hargrove, 54, of 1028 Roanoke Ave., Henderson, was charged via criminal summons March 3 with simple non-physical threat/intimidation.
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