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Carolina Advanced Digital named one of Top 300 Small Businesses of the SouthCarolina Advanced Digital named one of Top 300 Small Businesses of the South
[Jun. 28, 2011] On June 23, Carolina Advanced Digital, Inc. (CAD), an engineering company focused on IT infrastructure, management and security solutions, was recognized by Business Leader Media as one of the Top 300 Small Businesses of the South at the awards ceremony held at the Brier Creek Country Club in Raleigh. CAD ranked 29th in the Triangle market and 167th in the South. CAD is owned by John and Susan Jabbusch, longtime residents of Siler City.
 
Galloway Ridge at Fearrington names new executive director
[Jun. 27, 2011] The Board of Directors of Galloway Ridge, Inc. announces the appointment of Heather Rusnak as the organization's new Executive Director. The Board of Directors and their management company, CRSA, conducted a widespread and intense national search for the new Executive Director, Ms. Heather Rusnak.
 
Enrollment now open for Leadership ChathamEnrollment now open for Leadership Chatham
[Jun. 21, 2011] The Chatham Chamber of Commerce is now accepting applications now through August 26, 2011 for the new class year of Leadership Chatham. It is a signature program of the Chatham Chamber of Commerce, is an innovative program designed to develop informed, skilled, and involved community leaders.
 
Mike Komives to lead Chatham Job Club meeting on June 21Mike Komives to lead Chatham Job Club meeting on June 21
[Jun. 20, 2011] Mike Komives will be leading the Chatham Job Club meeting on June 21. Mike is the facilitator for the JOBS NETWORK of St. Thomas More in Chapel Hill. Come to the meeting to meet and work with one of the leaders in career management in the Triangle area. By Belinda Dowdy
 
Pantry, Inc. will sell three Siler City convenience store locationsPantry, Inc. will sell three Siler City convenience store locations
[Jun. 17, 2011] The Pantry, Inc. will sell 114 convenience store locations in nine Southeast states. They will sell 41 stores in North Carolina, including three in Siler City, NC.
 
Chatham Job Club meets every TuesdayChatham Job Club meets every Tuesday
[Jun. 9, 2011] The Chatham Job Club meets every Tuesday evening at 7 pm at the JobLink Career Center on the Pittsboro campus of Central Carolina Community College.
 
Students from Liberty and Pittsboro awarded black belt ranksStudents from Liberty and Pittsboro awarded black belt ranks
[May 14, 2011] Lucy Williams of Liberty was awarded a black belt and two other martial artists received higher black belt ranks when South Eastern Karate Association held its most recent promotion exams. Belts and certificates were presented by Master Instructor Peggy Jolly, a seventh-degree black belt, or Seventh Dan, who has been teaching martial arts in Siler City for almost three decades.
 
23rd annual Chatham Chamber of Commerce golf tournament23rd annual Chatham Chamber of Commerce golf tournament
[May 14, 2011] The Chatham Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce its 23rd Annual Golf Tournament to be held at the Siler City Country Club on May 23. Each year the Chatham Chamber of Commerce's golf tournament is held at one of its members' locations. Our chamber serves the entire county and strives to find ways to bring chamber members together. While enjoying an incredible day of golf, the opportunity for networking is always an added pleasure.
 
Manifold Recording studio and media production facility opens in PittsboroManifold Recording studio and media production facility opens in Pittsboro
[Apr. 26, 2011] Michael and Amy Tiemann, highly successful software and media entrepreneurs, announce the opening of Manifold Recording, a high-end, full-scale recording studio and media production facility. Situated on 17 acres of rural forest and meadows, yet only 30 minutes away from Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill, or the RDU International Airport, the 5,600 sq ft complex is a technical tour de force that creates a significant new artistic hub for the Triangle.
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Carolina Brewery wins six medals at Carolinas Championship of Beer competitionCarolina Brewery wins six medals at Carolinas Championship of Beer competition
[Apr. 26, 2011] Carolina Brewery also took home six Carolinas Championship of Beer Medals at the Hickory Hops Beer Festival on April 16 & 17 in Hickory, NC . Carolina Brewery won gold for its Jumpin' Bean Coffee Stout, silvers for Sky Blue Golden Ale, Flagship IPA, and Downtown Trolley Brown, and bronze medals for Oatmeal Porter and Bullpen Pale Ale.
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Carolina Brewery now offering Sky Blue Golden Ale in 12 ounce cansCarolina Brewery now offering Sky Blue Golden Ale in 12 ounce cans
[Apr. 26, 2011] For the first time, Carolina Brewery has begun offering its award-winning Sky Blue Golden Ale in convenient six packs of twelve ounce cans. The new packaging opens retail opportunities for Carolina Brewery's expanding network of distributors statewide.
 
Pittsboro's newest farmers' market opens on SaturdayPittsboro's newest farmers' market opens on Saturday
[Apr. 12, 2011] The Chatham Mills Farmers Market hosts its first farmers' market of the season Saturday morning April 16 at Pittsboro's historic mill. The market boasts a wide variety of local agricultural products including meats, fresh produce, cheeses, flowers, baked goods and artisan crafts. The market will run from 8am to noon weekly from April 16 through November 19 at 480 Hillsboro St in Pittsboro. By Katie Scherer
 
Chatham County Economic Development Corporation hosting Creative Economy SummitChatham County Economic Development Corporation hosting Creative Economy Summit
[Mar. 9, 2011] The Chatham County Economic Development Corporation is hosting the Creative Economy Summit on Saturday, March 19, 2011 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Silk Hope Community Center, 4221 Silk Hope Road. This event is free and includes lunch.
 
Galloway Ridge at Fearrington hires new community and public relations coordinatorGalloway Ridge at Fearrington hires new community and public relations coordinator
[Feb. 9, 2011] Galloway Ridge at Fearrington recently hired Pat Richardson as Community and Public Relations Coordinator. Pat, whose office is based at Galloway Ridge at Fearrington, is responsible for relationship building with corporate businesses, local nonprofit agencies, community groups, political entities, and governmental agencies.
 
Flintlock Morgan Horse Farm started off as a hobby
[Jan. 24, 2011] It all started quite by accident when in the early '70's Pete & Gael Jaeger purchased a Welsh pony by the name of Strawberry Shortcake. Their young daughters enjoyed driving in the carriage with their parents but soon they were learning the art of riding. They started at an early age, and what started off as a hobby with the family showing horses on weekends, turned into a business and prominent Morgan training stable in 1973. By Pete Jaeger
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