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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
Roxboro's Independence Day celebration began this morning with a parade down Main Street. Here are a few images from the event. A fireworks display will begin tonight about dark at Person High … more
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