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Warren and Northampton County Sheriff’s offices are keeping a close eye on the Lake Gaston region while they search for leads in several possible break-ins, according to Lt.


Roanoke Rapids City Council will meet Monday evening to consider a bid to buy The Roanoke Rapids Theatre.


The section of Interstate 85 running from Dabney Drive to just north of U.S. Route 1 will be completely reopened in November just before Thanksgiving.


An 18-year old female was arrested Sunday after burglarizing a retail establishment in River Ridge, the Lake Gaston subdivision in which she resides.

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The Lake Gaston Association will hold their next monthly meeting on November 1 at 9:30 a.m. at the Lake Gaston Baptist Church located on Hwy. 903 across from the Subway Restaurant.


Cancer is a tough ride that requires incredible strength and stamina to beat.


The Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries would like to remind hunters that an enjoyable day in the woods begins with hunting safely.


The community will celebrate the fall season with an annual tradition this weekend, as Harvest Market will be held from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. on Saturday, Oct.


The Brunswick County Board of Supervisors approved a request submitted by James Hodges, Case #17-012, to rezone the subject property from Agricultural (A-1) to Residential, Limited (R-1) Zoning Dis


For the past 32 years, the Lake Gaston Lions Seafood Festival has boasted one of the best attended and well fed events in the region and according to Rich Thomas was even better.


Police say they are pursuing every possibility in the investigation of multiple breakings and enterings of local restaurants.


The Lake business community is reeling today as multiple shop owners woke to find their businesses broken into. Anthony Copeland said at 4:07 a.m.