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Orchids are elegant, unique and delicate. And with long-lasting blooms ranging from the simple to the exotic, they’re prized and highly sought-after plants. But even though they’re prolific, they can be difficult to nurture and care for. At Pittsboro’s Orchid Gallery, which has been growing, distributing and babysitting orchids and similar flora for 26 years, the flower’s dramatic impact makes the effort worth it. more
PITTSBORO — The Northwood softball team split a pair of games early last week with a 17-1 drubbing over rival Chapel Hill in 3A Big Eight Conference action and an 11-0 loss to Union Pines in non-conference play. more
SANFORD — Northwood plated five runs in the top of the 1st inning here on Thursday afternoon on the way to crushing host Southern Lee 15-3 in area non-conference softball action. more
The Plant on Lorax Lane in Pittsboro has lived many lives. The facility now boasts 12 diverse tenants, from electricians and engineers, to organic and sustainable products, to craft distillers. Owner Lyle Estill calls the facility an eco-industrial park which also hosts the Chatham Beverage District. more
PITTSBORO — ODDCO, an unconventional art gallery, opened last Saturday on West Street in Pittsboro, welcoming about 400 guests. The company’s four owners — Cristina Virsida, Tim Lee, David … more
Demolition of the empty building located on 50 W. Salisbury St. in Pittsboro is scheduled to begin this week. The building, which formerly housed a Piggly Wiggly and a PTA Thrift Store, was purchased by the Town of Pittsboro last year to redevelop the property for construction of a new 42,000 sq. ft. town hall. more
The Pittsboro Board of Commissioners made progress on refining the town’s proposed unified development ordinance at a workshop on Monday night. more
The Haw River Assembly organized the event after Chatham Park released a recent proposal for tree protection to the Town Board. more
Imagine being a child, lost in the woods, without your mother. You haven’t yet developed the skills needed to survive and there’s a chance that if you’re caught, you could be killed. That’s the story of a four-month old cougar named Beau. more
Not long ago, Ashley Lux watched as her daughter Haley, 7, held onto her sister Grace, 2, as they went down a slide at North- west District Park in Siler City. The two children then ran off to … more
To celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day and his dedication to service, volunteers with Habitat for Humanity helped build a home for a family in need Saturday in Pittsboro. The volunteers … more
PITTSBORO – Joe Wagner Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 7313 in Pittsboro announced the winners of its 2018-19 Youth and Education award contests. more
A company with strong development ties in the Triangle has announced the purchase of Pittsboro Place. Pittsboro Place is a 204.368-acre site located at the intersection of Industrial Park Drive and U.S. Hwy. 64 Business. more
At Carolina Brewery, beer is more than a beverage. It’s a craft. And an award-winning one at that. brewery’s “Copperline” beer became the latest in a line of its malt beverages to be recognized in a national competition, winning a silver medal in September’s Great American Beer Festival in Colorado. more
The portion of Pittsboro Elementary School Road closed since it was ravaged by Hurricane Florence’s floodwaters is closer to re-opening The roadway was topped with water and then buckled. … more
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