While Facebook and Twitter can fuel controversies such those brewing over the Confederate Flag and the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling on gay marriage, social media also can provide opportunities to businesses not available through more traditional methods.
Tuition at North Carolina community colleges has traditionally been among the lowest in the Southeast.
The musket cartridges that participants at the House in the Horseshoe's first-ever Backcountry Militia Day Camp made Friday were much less lethal, and much more sugary, than those used by the men involved in the skirmish at the residence in 1781.
Reactions to Duke Energy's announcement that it would excavate 12 more coal ash basins across North Carolina Tuesday morning were mixed throughout Lee and Chatham counties — the two areas most affected by Duke's plans.
Duke Energy wll excavate 12 more coal ash basins in North Carolina and the majority of the ash could be relocated to the coal ash sites at Colon and Brickhaven roads in Sanford and Moncure respectively.
“Fight with your best. Fight like it’s your last.”
Central Carolina Community College is among only four of North Carolina's 58 community colleges to have met or exceeded the excellence level in at least four areas of the 2015 Performance Measures for Student Success
The appointment process for the Central Carolina Community College Board of Trustees has changed over the past two years
Under a newly approved deal, Duke Energy will pay Chatham County up to $18 million to store no more than 12 million tons of coal ash at the Brickhaven mine in Moncure. A similar agreement with Lee County contains no such cap.
The Chatham County Board of Commissioners on Monday approved a $99.5 million budget for fiscal year 2015-16
Although the state already has granted permits allowing for coal ash disposal at the Brickhaven mine in Moncure, Chatham County has reached an agreement with Duke Energy by which the county would receive $18 million for coal ash storage.
The county would receive $1.50 per ton of coal ash received by the Brickhaven site. An initial payment of $6 million must be paid within 10 days after the first coal ash is placed at the site. Subsequent payments wouldl be made annually.
The Burlington man wanted on felony assault charges, for whom authorities were searching in Chatham County's Bonlee Carbonton Road area over the past few days, has been apprehended and taken into custody in Jacksonville, Florida, according to the Lee County Sheriff's Office.
Investigators from the Chatham County Sheriff’s Office continued to look for a wanted man Tuesday in the area of Bonlee Carbonton Road.
On Friday, the N.C. Department of Environment and Natural Resources released some of the permits necessary for Duke Energy to store millions of tons of coal ash at the Colon and Brickhaven Mine sites in Lee and Chatham counties.
State officials today issued the necessary permits and permit modification approvals that will allow coal ash reuse projects to move forward in Lee and Chatham counties.
The N.C. Department of Environment and Natural Resources approved Green Meadow LLC’s request to modify mining permits for the Colon Mine Site in Lee County and the Brickhaven No. 2 Mine Tract “A” in Chatham County. Approved permit modifications for both locations include changing the mine reclamation method to allow coal ash as structural fill, redesigning erosion and sedimentation control measures and reducing the affected acreage.
DENR also issued permits to Green Meadow and parent company, Charah Inc., to use coal ash in the construction of structural fills at both mines as part of the mine reclamation plans. Under the Coal Ash Management Act of 2014, these permits were required in addition to the modified mining permits.
Unemployment rates (not seasonally adjusted) decreased in 89 of North Carolina’s counties in April, including Lee and its neighbors
Two environmental permit violations at a proposed coal ash storage site in Chatham County have sparked further investigation into a similar site owned by the same company in Lee County.
Four relatives of a Pittsboro man charged with sexually assaulting an 11-year-old girl broke into a home connected to the girl's family and threatened the residents, the Chatham County Sheriff's Office reported Tuesday.
The sheriff's office reported that family members of Daniel Gonzalez-Sosa, 50, of 45 Beaumont Lane, Pittsboro, were upset about a number of criminal charges that had been filed against him on May 28.
Authorities say a woman was killed and her husband was injured after a small plane crashed while trying to land at the Siler City Municipal Airport in Chatham County.
Thousands of chickens died in a fire over the weekend at Chatham County farm, according to authorities.
On Saturday, the Pittsboro Fire Department’s Asbury substation responded to a call at Bright Farms, located at 89 Wade Bright Road.
State officials are investigating a possible violation of environmental laws near an open-pit mine in Chatham County which is being prepared to hold coal ash.
This week, we Take 5 with Congresswoman Renee Ellmers, who represents the 2nd Congressional District of North Carolina in the U.S. House of Representatives, about a number of legislative issues.
In a sendoff Friday filled with pomp and circumstance, the Central Carolina Community College Class of 2015 celebrated its achievements and looked ahead with confidence.
It has been a busy spring for Northwood High School’s visual arts teacher, Leslie Burwell.