Saturday Aug 23
Burlington Times News
Firm eyes Gibsonville Lowes Foods building
A Maryland-based shopping center acquisition firm has made an offer on the former Gibsonville Lowes Food building, among other North Carolina properties.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
Chapel Hill News
Market's Double Bucks program helps feed families
Anna Sullivan and Destiny Mahony help customers at the Durham Farmer's Market on Wednesday, Aug. 6, 2014.
Fri Aug 15, 2014
Durham art space teams up with Pittsboro skateboard park advocates
Local nonprofit groups have auctioned painted chairs and painted violins to raise money.
One Day Getaway takes viewers to Pottery Capital of North Carolina
An abundance of red clay has led a community in the central part of the state to be called the Pottery Capital of North Carolina.
Thu Aug 14, 2014
NC officials: Triangle flooding contaminated rivers and lakes
The flooding overwhelmed sewage collection systems in the region, including Raleigh, where more than 33,000 gallons of untreated sewage overflowed into Crabtree Creek, Walnut Creek and Wildcat Branch late Tuesday and early Wednesday.
The Cary News
Belle restaurant to open in Cary's historic Jones House
Most of the chicken comes from Heritage Farms in Garner, tomatoes come from Screech Owl in Pittsboro, and the cheese comes from Chapel Hill Creamery and Hillsborough Cheese Company.
Geography plays a role in storm tracks
When I read your fascinating article about the Piedmont trough, I realized that you should research a local saying about Pittsboro and Chatham County! I was born in 1940, and since childhood I have heard that Pittsboro is "located in the dry forks."
Wed Aug 13, 2014
A Pittsboro neighborhood band turns a suspicious eye toward the town's future
Walk to practice in Pittsboro: From left to right, Eric Haugen, Adam Brinson, Michael Hayes and Clay Boyer are The Outboards.
Fri Aug 08, 2014
Chatham Park opponents sue to stop development
Opponents of a 7,100-acre development project in Chatham County are suing the town of Pittsboro to try to stop it.
Thu Aug 07, 2014
Lawsuit challenges rezoning and approval of plan for Chatham Park in Pittsboro
The anti-Chatham Park group Pittsboro Matters and several Pittsboro residents have filed a lawsuit against the town of Pittsboro challenging its June 9 rezoning and approval of the Chatham Park Planned Development District .
Wed Aug 06, 2014
Pittsboro residents sue over Chatham Park project
The Town Board voted in June to rezone a 7,120-acre site to allow Chatham Park, which is expected to expand Pittsboro from 4,000 to about 60,000 residents over the next 30 years.
Tue Aug 05, 2014
Rainy, cloudy weather triggers a boom of mushrooms
Robert Sprenger checks the aroma of a mushroom he picked in the woods near Pittsboro on Tuesday.
Developer: Chatham Park to look a lot like Meadowmont
An artist's rendering of one of the North Village. It'll likely be the first high-density area constructed in the park.