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As the coronavirus continues its sweep across Person County, a great many traditions are falling by the wayside. Perhaps none of those to date have been as important as the Easter holiday. For many … more
Here's look back at the news making headlines in The Courier-Times of the past. 10 years ago - 2010Friday, April 16 - A nine-run sixth inning lifted the Person High School softball team over the … more
The Person County Board of Commissioners will meet remotely for its regularly scheduled meeting Monday, April 20 at 9 a.m.The meeting can be accessed as usual from the live meeting link on the … more
An attempted break-in Friday night has resulted in two arrests and multiple charges.Brittany Ann Wilborn, 30, of 1006 S. Columbia St., Apt. 4, Roxboro, was charged with attempted breaking and … more
The following reports were released Monday.Roxboro Police DepartmentFriday, April 1010 a.m. - Morgan Raquel Pettiford, 33, of 115 Person Court, Apt. C, Roxboro, was charged with felony accessory … more
As severe weather threatened much of central North Carolina Monday morning, Person County experienced minimal damage.According to National Weather Service reports, the Raleigh Regional Airport at … more
Person County's COVID-19 case count grew again this morning. In a tweet, the Person County Public Health Department confirmed an eighth case of the illness that is caused by the … more
HURDLE MILLS – A single-vehicle crash killed a Hurdle Mills man Saturday night. James Matthew Farthing Jr., 28, was returning home from a nearby store just after 6:30 p.m. Saturday when the 2002 … more
Person County Public Health officials announced this afternoon that a seventh case of COVID-19 has been confirmed in Person County. The announcement marks the fifth new case here since … more
For the second time in three days, the Person County Health Department is reporting additional cases of COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus. Sunday morning, public health officials … more
The number of COVID-19 cases in North Carolina had ballooned to 1,498 by Tuesday morning as Governor Roy Cooper’s statewide stay-at-home order took effect Monday.According to the Person County … more
Roxboro Mayor Merilyn Newell has issued a statement to city residents explaining what steps people should take to help avoid the spread of the coronavirus, which causes the disease COVID-19 more
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