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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
As conditions surrounding the coronavirus worsen across the state, Gov. Roy Cooper has issued a stay-at-home order that will take effect Monday at 5 p.m.The order means residents must stay at home … more
The first case of COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus, has been confirmed in Person County. Person County Health officials released that information about 9:15 p.m. Health … more
With increased demand amid the new coronavirus concerns, the Christian Help Center faces a food shortage that could force the center to stop food distribution.Director Cynthia Wilson said the … more
While the coronavirus continues to make its way through North Carolina, small businesses will feel the economic hardship of the new pandemic.But business leaders are encouraging resilience through … more
The Person County Sheriff's Office helped cross an item off the bucket list of a Cambridge Hills resident Tuesday. Among the items on Ruth Bryant's bucket list has been to be arrested and taken to … more
Sign up to play chess at the Person County Public Library from 3:30 – 5:30 p.m., on Mar. 10 or Mar. 24. People of any age are welcome to play. Challenge your family or friends to a strategic match … more
Personians should expect to begin seeing 2020 census information in the mail in the coming weeks. Citizens will receive mailed invitations to respond to the census between March 12 and 20, … more
Polling places were still open Tuesday at press time for today’s edition of The Courier-Times. Voters dodged raindrops that grew heavier as the day wore on. Readers can access the final results … more
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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