April 21, 2018 RSS feed / News

Dog fighting draws charges

A Rougemont man is facing multiple felony and misdemeanor counts related to dog fighting and cruelty to animals.  Daniel Isiah Crew, Jr., 41, of 9316 N.C. More...

THE LATEST AGENDA

MEETINGS  PERSON COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY will meet Tuesday, April 24 at 7 p.m. in the parsonage of the Person County Museum of History. All members are urged to attend. New members are always welcome   More...

C-T ON VACATION

Ben Wilson and Stuart Burns with International Miners Mission took a few minutes to read The Courier-Times on a recent trip to Amayapampa, Bolivia. If you take a vacation, be sure to bring along a copy of the C-T and have a picture taken with it. More...

Early voting is slow, following historical trends

Early voting is off to a slow start but this is typical of a mid-term election, according to Sherry Harris, director of the Person County Board of Elections.  On Thursday, the first day of early voting, 91 voters cast ballots. More...

Business catches fire

A firefighter battles a blaze Friday morning at the Carpet One Floor & Home store at 500 A Old Durham Road. The building was “fully involved with flames visible” when the call went out around 10:30 a.m. More...

Library offers a pair of free classes next month

The Person County Public Library is offering two free classes in May.  More...

FOR THE RECORD

A story in Wednesday’s edition of The Courier- Times quoted Guy Winstead, who said only three Person County men died in World War I. Winstead said he meant to say that only three Person County men received the Distinguished Service Cross. More...

Local entrepreneur develops healthcare device

After a career in home health, Donna Pleasants had plenty of opportunities to see the people she cared for struggle to perform basic tasks like getting out of chairs.  Oftentimes, she said, her patients were told to elevate their feet to help wi More...