October 18, 2017 RSS feed / News

Lacy Winstead honored as October’s ‘Community Hero of the Month’

United States Representative Mark Walker (RN. More...

THE LATEST AGENDA

Meetings  The Roxboro Sertoma Club will meet on Thursday, Oct. 19 at 6 p.m. at The Homestead Steakhouse.  NARCOT ICS ANONYMOU S meets Sundays at 7 p.m.; Mondays and Thursdays at 8 p.m. More...

Brothers charged after fight

Two Roxboro brothers were charged following a Saturday night fight over beer.  Randy Scott Reaves, 45, of 4615 Woodsdale Road, Roxboro, was charged by Person County Sheriff ’s deputies with assault and battery.  Jeffery Paul Reaves, 4 More...

Stagville to host Harvest Festival

DURHAM — Explore the crafts and harvest traditions of one of North Carolina’s largest plantations at the Historic Stagville Harvest Festival, Oct. More...

Roxboro police officers respond to an unusual call for help

There’s more to police work than just catching the bad guys.  Two Roxboro police officers found themselves working as plumbers recently when they were called to a home on Ridge Road late at night to help fix a water leak.  Off. D.S. More...

RCS leaders move forward with parking plan

All students at Roxboro Community School will park in the new lot, according to a plan that was designed with the help of the Roxboro Police Department and approved by the board of directors last week.  More...

County will readvertise for fiber bids

County leaders are still looking for a company to take on a $3 million fiber project after the three bids it received to a Request for Proposals came back incomplete.  One of the bids lacked the required bid deposit, while another was missing a More...

C-T on vacation

Doug Dickerson, right, visited his friend Ricky Chandler in Hillsville, Virginia over the Labor Day weekend and he took his copy of The Courier-Times along with him. Chandler is a Timberlake native. More...

Cotillion assistants honored with Splash Party

As a thank you for service during Cotillion’s last season, Cotillion Director Jean Carden hosted a Labor Day Splash party for the assistants at Croasdaile Country Club in Durham.  Assisting her was Bill Carden, along with Mr. and Mrs. More...

Historical marker honors colonial mapmaker

RALEIGH — There were few clear borders in North Carolina when William Churton arrived in 1748. More...

National Safety Council’s Defensive Driving Course offered through PCC

Piedmont Community College (PCC) is offering the National Safety Council’s Defensive Driving course.  Qualified drivers may earn the opportunity to receive a reduction on a traffic infraction by completing this course.  Upon completin More...

American Indian artifact collector to return to Milton

Arthur Tillett, a Timberlake resident, will make a return visit to the Museum of Milton on Saturday, Oct. More...

EXTENSION NOTES

MUMS AND PANSIES AND CABBAGE AND KALE   It is fall, and that means mums.  Each year mums mark the beginning of fall with their bright yellow or bronze or orange or lavender or white or, well you pick the color and the mums will do the marki More...

Class of 1957

Bethel Hill High School Class of 1957 held a class reunion on Saturday, Oct. 14 at The Homestead Restaurant in Timberlake. Pictured are, first row, left to right, S.T. Wrenn, Ryland Pool, Juanita R. Lester, Geneva D. More...

Get help completing college financial aid forms on Oct. 28 at PCC

Piedmont Community College (PCC) financial aid administrators will be available on FAFSA Day, Saturday, Oct. 28, from 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. More...