Month: August 2022

Northwood had a good day at the inaugural Early Bird 5K Invitational

By Gene Galin Cary, NC – Northwood had a good day at the inaugural Early Bird 5K Invitational. Christian Glick led the men finishing 10th. Sydney led the women finishing 34th. The Northwood boys finished 6th beating all the other…

Duke football hosts media day

Durham, NC – Duke football welcomed local media members to Brooks Field at Wallace Wade Stadium on Saturday for media day. Duke head coach Mike Elko, defensive coordinator Robb Smith, offensive coordinator Kevin Johns as well as junior offensive lineman…

Government is the scourge of diabetics, not their savior

By Michael F. Cannon  Congressional Republicans have defeated a proposal by congressional Democrats to mandate that private insurance companies cap out‐​of‐​pocket spending on insulin by their enrollees at $35 per month. Republicans were right to do so. Government is already driving…

CCCC volleyball set for 2022 season

Sanford, NC – Central Carolina Community College volleyball begins the 2022 season with a new coach – Dal Langston. “This will be a year of everyone getting to know the new coach,” said Coach Langston. Prior to joining CCCC, Coach…

Mural proposed for George Moses Horton Middle School

Pittsboro, NC – The Community Remembrance Coalition – Chatham (CRC-C) is seeking to partner with the Chatham County school district to install a historical mural on the campus of George Moses Horton Middle School. The mural will be fully funded…

Pittsboro town hall remains closed due to COVID-19

Pittsboro, NC – The Pittsboro town hall (located at 635 East Street in Pittsboro) is still closed to the public due to staffing shortages and health concerns related to COVID-19. This closure impacts both walk-in and drive-through services. Should you…