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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.

Population: 16095
Local Newspapers: Daily Dispatch News and Observer
Local Sports Teams: Carolina Panthers (NFL) Carolina Hurricanes (NHL)
Local Colleges: Vance-Granville Community College

Zip Codes associated with henderson, north carolina: 27536 27537
Towns/Cities near henderson, north carolina : Middleburg Rocky Ford Oxford Stovall Warrenton Ingleside Lewis

Henderson News
Why You Need to Make a Stop at Biscuitville This Year

If you're not lucky enough to live near a Biscuitville , let us explain. Biscuitville is a locally owned and operated, old-fashioned, Southern-style food chain serving up delicious, hand-kneaded, scratch-made biscuits from 54 locations in North Carolina and Virginia.

Snowed under: Storm brings significant snowfall to region

Two pickup trucks collided in the northbound lanes of Interstate 85 just north of Exit 209. Vance County Fire and Rescue workers used a Jaws of Life tool to free the driver of a Ford F-150 truck before transporting him to the hospital.

Region braces for another round of snow

Rafe Parker, owner and operator of Parker's Tree Service, cuts a tree stump for firewood at a job site Tuesday outside Kittrell, prior to expected snowfall in the area today. We would love to share your snow photos.

Video of defendant shown in court

During the trial of a Henderson woman charged with the 2015 killing of her boyfriend, a video appearing to show her admitting to her involvement in the crime and cover up was shown in court on Tuesday. Chelsea Collier, 23, is facing a first-degree murder charge in the shooting death of her boyfriend, Marcus Fields, 36, on Dec. 29, 2015.

John Shearer: UNC Story Prompts Grace Moore Memories From Banjie Goodman

Nearly 60 years have passed since prominent and popular Lookout Mountain college student Grace Moore - the niece and namesake of the famous singer - died in a car accident, but it almost seems like yesterday to Hugh "Banjie" Goodman Jr. A University of North Carolina student at the time, he happened to come upon the accident outside of Chapel Hill ... (more)

City council discusses preserving national bank building

The preservation of the First National Bank building in downtown Henderson and the restoration of signage at many of the public parks in the city and county were the focus of the most recent city council meeting. During the regular meeting the council approved a resolution placing a preservation easement on the First National Bank building, which is currently up for sale, that requires any potential buyer of the building to follow set guidelines meant to protect the historic nature of the building.

Vance County reflects on moving King's dream forward

Rachel Bradshaw, a music teacher at New Hope Elementary for Vance County Schools, sings "Still I Rise," on Monday during a Martin Luther King Jr. observance for Vance County at Spring Street Baptist Church in Henderson. RACHAEL RILEY / Dispatch staff Zymir Lewis, a Henderson Collegiate High School student, delivers an oration speech Monday at Spring Street Baptist Church for the 2018 Martin Luther King Jr. breakfast in Vance County.

Falkner -- Furlow

Steve and Kathy Falkner of Henderson announce the engagement of their daughter, Mallory Falkner of Lake Waccamaw to Justin Furlow of Lake Waccamaw. The bride-elect is a 2013 graduate of Northern Vance High School and 2017 graduate of the University of North Carolina at Wilmington.

Warren County honors those moving MLK's legacy forward

Dollie Burwell, Edna Scott, Terry Alston, Annie Bell Hood Henderson, Paul Duncan Kearney Sr., Richard Hunter are Warren County's 2018 humanitarian award recipients Saturday night during the annual Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. scholarship and awards banquet at the Warrenton Armory Civic Center.

Property owner takes over Semprius grant repayments, optimistic for new business

The property owner of a building site is now looking to the next business to come in, after a leaser failed to create jobs it originally committed to. Between 2011 to 2012, Durham-based solar panel company Semprius sought more than $3.74 million worth of grants to start its first manufacturing facility in Henderson.

Second co-defendant testifies in murder trial

New details emerged during more witness testimony Thursday in the murder trial of a 23-year-old woman accused in the 2015 killing of a Henderson man. Chelsea Collier, of Henderson, is facing a first-degree murder charge in the shooting death of her boyfriend, Marcus Fields, 36, on Dec. 29, 2015.

Crime log

She was released on $300 bond pending a court hearing Jan. 29. a James T. Glover, 72, of 424 Thomas St., Henderson, was arrested Jan. 4 and charged with two counts of felony drug violations. He was released on $10,000 bond pending a court hearing Jan. 16. a Discharge of a weapon into an occupied dwelling/moving vehicle was reported Jan. 11 on the 300 block of Rowland Street, Henderson.

"Daddy's Boys" promises to entertain and educate at McGregor Hall this weekend

"Daddy's Boys: Broken Promises" by playwright Garrett Davis is coming to McGregor Hall Performing Arts Center Saturday. Doors will open at 7 p.m., and the play starts at 8 p.m. "Daddy's Boys: Broken Promises" by playwright Garrett Davis is coming to McGregor Hall Performing Arts Center Saturday.

Delbridge named Optimist of the Year

Past President Jerry "Mack" Delbridge was selected Optimist of the Year by fellow club members who presented him with a plaque for his leadership role in 2016 and 2017. The Henderson club began in 1962 under the leadership of Ed White, who served two consecutive terms as president and is still an active member today.

Murder trial begins in the death of Henderson man

The trial for the woman accused of murdering a Henderson man in December of 2015 got underway Tuesday in Vance County. Chelsea Collier, 23, is charged with first-degree murder in the death of Marcus Fields, 36, who was found dead Feb. 13, 2016, in a makeshift grave in a wooded area north of Henderson.

Crime log

He has a court hearing Jan. 22. a John Cameron, 47, of 168 North St., Henderson, was charged via criminal summons Jan. 5 with two counts of worthless checks. He has a court hearing Jan. 29. a Antwan T. Henderson, 26, of 313 Arch St., Henderson, was charged via order for arrest Jan. 5 with contempt of court/perjury/court violations.

Two charged with murder in connection with missing Henderson mans' death

Michael Bowes, 46, of Henderson, was found dead inside of his car at about 1 p.m. Sunday on a private farm on Washout Road, Sheriff Peter White said in a press release. He was reported missing on Dec. 21. Jefferson and Mayfield were both being held in the Vance County Jail without bond.

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