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The Person County Economic Development Commission is on the doorstep of its goal of having the Person County Mega Park 12-18 months from being able to place an industry at the site. At its Feb. 25 … more
North Carolina Humanities Council Rhodes Scholar Laurel Sneed will present Beyond Twelve Years a Slave at Milton Renaissance Museum & Visitors Center, at 10:30 a.m., Saturday, Mar. 21. The … more
My Life Matters, is requesting donated items for its “Giant Yard Sale,” to be held from 7 a.m. – 1 p.m., Saturday, March 7. Donated items requested include antiques, tools, household items, … more
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Students, family and co-workers were all on hand Tuesday to celebrate Ashley Bailey who was named North Carolina's charter school teacher of the year for 2020. more
The Courier-Times’ newest addition has found the perfect way to turn his passion for sports into a career. Aidan Jensen was born and raised in Chapel Hill and says growing up around the corner … more
A new program established by the Roxboro Housing Authority is garnering statewide attention. RHA created a program over the summer which provided free meals for young people during the summer and … more
Frank Hollowell of Hurdle Mills was inducted into the N.C. State Fair Livestock Hall of Fame Sunday, Oct. 20 at the State Fairgrounds. N.C. Agriculture Commissioner Steve Troxler inducted … more
The Roxboro City Council is set to interview candidates to fill Sandy Stigall’s seat and unexpired term on the council Wednesday night at 7 p.m. Applicants James Tolin III and Charline Emory … more
When members of the Bethel Hill High School Class of 1955 gathered on Tuesday for their 64-year reunion, they broke out in song, with their own rendition of their school song. more
Check out these pictures from Saturday at PERSONality Festival. more
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