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The Christmas season brings a unique opportunity to visit Historic Hope, Windsor’s premier period cultural site featuring examples of both 18th and 19th-century homes.

The Christmas season brings a unique opportunity to visit Historic Hope, Windsor’s premier period cultural site featuring examples of both 18th and 19th-century homes.

Thanksgiving came early in the town of Robersonville this Saturday.

On Monday, Nov. 7, Williamston Fire Chief Michael Peaks told the Williamston town commissioners and Mayor Joyce Whichard Brown his department had been involved in a unique, special kind of rescue the day before — one “we don’t do every day.”

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Williamston’s Moratoc Park proved the perfect rain-day venue for last Friday’s Veterans Day Memorial ceremony as the weather prompted the move to the historic site.

Police Chief Travis Cowan said that the Williamston Police Department is participating in No-Shave November to raise awareness of men’s health issues, along with collecting toys for Toys For Tots.

After more than a year of campaigning and millions of dollars spent, the 2022 election cycle will finally reach Election Day Tuesday.

Musket and cannon fire will reverberate through the small community of Hamilton this weekend as Fort Branch, a Confederate Earthen Civil War Site, comes back to life for the fort’s 36th annual battle reenactment.

About 50 people gathered in the crossroads town of Hamilton early in October to march against dementia for the 10th year.

In effort to inspire people to vote early, local members of the Lambda Delta Omega Chapter of the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Incorporated held a Party Near the Polls on Tuesday, Nov. 1 — one week before election day.

N.C. Attorney General Josh Stein met recently with commissioners and law enforcement officers from Washington, Martin and Tyrrell counties to discuss an opioid settlement funds distribution Thursday, Oct. 20. These counties are to receive a share of $2,266,000. The funds, from the National O…

Bonita Andrews, a retired Martin County Schools (MCS) teacher, was recently honored at a luncheon held at the Shamrock in Williamston.