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Manifold 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 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 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.
Galloway 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.
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Chatham Hospital offers rehabilitation services[Dec. 9, 2010]
Chatham Hospital in Siler City is pleased to announce the expansion of therapy services to the residents of Chatham County and surrounding areas. In addition to an outstanding physical therapy staff, Chatham Hospital now offers occupational therapy services to inpatients at the hospital and community outpatients.
Stillpoint Acupuncture offers a community clinic[Dec. 8, 2010]
Stillpoint Acupuncture has been serving Chatham County residents from our Siler City office since 2006. This year, we are finally able to offer community acupuncture in Siler City as well. Our Community Clinic in Greensboro has been going strong for four years and provides a low-cost way to receive the benefits of acupuncture and Chinese medicine.
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.
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