It’s an arts who done it — A mystery artist commissioned to do a painting depicting life or history in the Roanoke Valley.
On April 30 the mystery will be solved when the first painting in Canvas Halifax is unveiled and the artist is identified.
A 17-year-old Hobgood boy has been charged with breaking and entering, according to the Halifax County Sheriff’s Office.
It’s about employees helping employees.
It’s about recognizing work, milestones and finding ways to boost morale.
This is what the city’s Benevolent, Awards & Recognition Committee is about.
A man wanted for a break-in at Chaloner Middle School last month was arrested Thursday night, cowering in a closet at his mother’s house, Roanoke Rapids police said today.
Reprinted with permission from the Roanoke-Chowan News-Herald
The fourth suspect in a violent armed robbery on Monday has been arrested after he fled into the woods near here.
Eugene Monta Newsome, 22, of Franklin, Va. was found at approximately 7:30 p.m. in Piney Grove Baptist Church on Fire Tower Road.
A Pleasant Hill man has been arrested after a child sex assault report was filed with the Northampton County Sheriff’s Office.
Roanoke Rapids Police Chief Jeff Hinton and Fire Chief Gary Corbet presented modest budget requests to city council during a work session today.
Newsom Oil Company is selling its nine Shell brand convenience stores to New Dixie Oil Corporation, Newsom President David Newsom said in a press release.
An Enfield man who allegedly bilked an elderly person out of several thousand dollars was arrested Wednesday on 26 counts of obtaining property by false pretense.
The Halifax County Sheriff's Office is investigating two incidents reported Monday in the Rob Road area of Scotland Neck where a breaking and entering and an additional attempted breaking and entering occurred.
Major Bruce Temple said they occurred during the day between 1:30 and 4.
Items taken from the crime scene were an X-box 360 and several games.
“We would ask local residents to pay particular attention to residential sites in the area. If you see suspicious activity call 911.”