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Biolex Therapeutics names Kurt Graves Executive Chairman[Nov. 9, 2010]
The Board of Directors of Biolex Therapeutics, Inc. today announced the appointment of Kurt Graves as Executive Chairman of the Board. In this newly created position, Mr. Graves will provide strategic leadership to the Board and work closely with executive management as the Company advances its potential blockbuster Locteron(R), a next-generation interferon for hepatitis C (HCV), into late-stage development and prepares for strategic partnering and selection of commercialization alternatives for the product.
Krispy Kreme opens new store in Chapel Hill[Aug. 28, 2010]
Krispy Kreme Doughnut Corporation brought its legendary doughnuts and coffee to Chapel Hill with the opening of its newest Neighborhood Shop. More than 150 people waited outside 157 E. Franklin St. in the dark until the the shop opened and the "Hot Now" light went on at 6 a.m. Wednesday, August 25.
CCCC helps Siler City man start own business[Jul. 24, 2010]
Start a conversation about fixing hydraulic hose blowouts, replacing O-rings and welding broken rock-crusher teeth and you’ve got Jeronimo Prieto Medina’s attention. That’s the kind of hands-on work he loves. For 11 years, he used his skills to maintain and repair heavy equipment as an employee for several companies. In 2009, he started his own company, JP Mechanic and Welding, working out of his Siler City home.
2010 Chatham Chamber of Commerce annual golf tournament winners[Jun. 26, 2010]
The Chatham Chamber of Commerce held its' 22nd Annual Golf Tournament at the Tradition Golf Club at Chapel Ridge, "A Fred Couples Golf Course" on Monday, June 21. There were 68 golfers that came out to play in the tournament. Prizes were awarded to the top three teams and to the three contest winners.
UPS honors North Carolina drivers for 25 years of safe driving[Jan. 31, 2010]
UPS announced 48 elite drivers from North Carolina are among 928 newly inducted worldwide into the Circle of Honor, an honorary organization for UPS drivers who have achieved 25 or more years of accident-free driving. Among the honorees is Charles Cook of Siler City.
Free business seminars at Central Carolina Community College[Oct. 12, 2009]
The following seminars are offered at no cost to persons either in business or who are interested in starting a business. They all take place at the main campus of Central Carolina Community College at 764 West Street in Pittsboro in the Conference Room located in Building II.
Chatham Business Expo is open to all[Oct. 9, 2009]
The Chatham Business Expo will be held at Pittsboro Ford on October 22 from 12 - 6 p.m. If you would like to exhibit at the Expo and have not yet registered, it would be a good idea do so right away.
Olive Branch Caffe says good bye[Jun. 4, 2009]
The Olive Branch Caffe has closed its doors for good. We wanted to say thank you to our many loyal customers and friends who supported us in this difficult economy. We were very sad and disappointed to have to come to this difficult decision.
Chatham Economic Development Corp launches enhanced website[Jun. 2, 2009]
The Chatham County Economic Development Corporation (EDC) announces the launch of its newly enhanced and redesigned website at www.chathamedc.org
. The site redesign incorporates the EDC’s recent rebranding campaign and a new business resource, Chatham Prospector, a web-based GIS mapping and marketing tool for commercial building and sites.
Carolina Advanced Digital is moving to Cary after 25 years in Siler City[May 19, 2009]
After 25 years in Siler City, Carolina Advanced Digital, Inc. (CAD), an engineering company focused on IT infrastructure, management and security solutions, today announced their move to Cary to further develop their successful business. June 1, 2009, will mark the company’s first day at 133 Triangle Trade Drive, near the intersection of NW Maynard Road and James Jackson Avenue.
Central Carolina Community College graduates budding entrepreneurs[May 18, 2009]
Central Carolina Community College has helped another group of budding entrepreneurs increase their chances of success in the business world. Eleven students at the Chatham County Campus have completed the REAL program, (Rural Entrepreneurship through Action Learning).
UNC study to develop business-recruitment strategy for Siler City[May 12, 2009]
Siler City officials are receiving strategic help from the Carolina Center for Competitive Economies to develop and implement a marketing initiative to recruit new companies and jobs thanks to a grant from the Golden LEAF Foundation aimed to help the city reverse its economic decline.
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