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NC Commerce Secretary to speak at “Opportunity Chatham” meeting
[Apr. 14, 2009] The Chatham County Economic Development Corporation (CEDC) will host its annual meeting, Opportunity Chatham, at 7:30 am on May 12, 2009, at the Joan Fabrics Building at 1311 E. Eleventh Street (Highway 64) in Siler City.
21st Annual Chatham Chamber Golf Tournament
[Apr. 5, 2009] The Chatham Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce its 21st Annual Golf Tournament scheduled for May 18 at The Preserve at Jordan Lake, “A Davis Love III golf course.” The chamber is endeavoring to make this great event an event that won't easily be forgotten. By Cindy Poindexter
Siler City Merchants Association hosting a Lawn & Garden ShowSiler City Merchants Association hosting a Lawn & Garden Show
[Mar. 21, 2009] The Siler City Merchants Association will be hosting a Lawn & Garden Show on Saturday, May 2. We will be celebrating the opening of the Siler City Farmer’s Market. You are invited to participate in Siler City's Lawn & Garden Show in conjunction with the opening of the Spring Farmer's Market.
Five Chatham bed & breakfast inns form trailFive Chatham bed & breakfast inns form trail
[Mar. 19, 2009] Five Chatham County bed & breakfast inns have been working with the Pittsboro-Siler City Convention & Visitors Bureau to create the Heart of Carolina Bed & Breakfast Trail. The trail includes Bed & Breakfast at Laurel Ridge (Siler City), the Inn at Celebrity Dairy (Siler City), Chapel Hill Bed and Breakfast (Chapel Hill), Rosemary House Bed & Breakfast (Pittsboro) and Shady Wagon Farm (New Hill). The group officially launches the Trail with an Open House Tour on Sunday, May 24, from noon until six.
Chatham Economic Development Corporation seeks new board members
[Jan. 20, 2009] The Chatham County Economic Development Corporation (EDC) is a private, non-profit corporation whose mission is to promote job creation and private capital investment in Chatham County. The EDC is currently recruiting Chatham County residents as applicants for its eleven-member Board of Directors.
Chatham loan fund launched
[Nov. 25, 2008] The Chatham County Economic Development Corporation (CCEDC) and The Center for Community Self-Help are pleased to announce the establishment of the Chatham Loan Fund to help finance loans to entrepreneurs in Chatham County. The revolving loan fund is capitalized, in part, by Chatham County government.
Two of Chatham's own refine skills toward service
[Aug. 6, 2008] Chatham County attorney, Jennifer S. Andrews and Chatham County real estate broker, Chreatha Alston recently graduated from the NC Center for Women in Public Service’s (NCCWPS) 2008 Summer Institute. The Center is a joint initiative of the Women’s Forum of North Carolina and Peace College. NCCWPS is a non-partisan, non-profit organization that prepares women to seek and serve in elected and appointed office.
Uniboard Canada will bring 104 new jobs to Chatham County
[Aug. 6, 2008] Chatham County will soon welcome Uniboard Canada Inc. as a new industry that will create 104 new jobs and preserve 146 existing jobs in the Moncure area, according to a news release issued by Gov. Mike Easley. Uniboard Canada Inc. is an internationally known manufacturer of pressed wood products.
No surprises, no hassles with Signature Auto Solutions
[Jul. 25, 2008] Cecil Webster and Chad Bolejack have known each other since they were boys. The two met Wayne Kelly when they all worked at Cecil’s family’s former dealership, Webster Chevrolet. When the Webster family sold their dealership, all three men went their separate ways. Chad went to work as a sales manager at Siler City Chevrolet. Wayne started working car sales through the Internet for other auto dealers in the area. Cecil got into the real estate business. By Gene Galin
Also: Signature Auto Solutions
Smithfield’s Chicken ‘N Bar-B-Q participating in 'A Taste of Chatham'
[Jul. 25, 2008] Smithfield’s Chicken ‘N Bar-B-Q announced that they will participate in the 15th annual capital campaign fundraiser, “A Taste of Chatham.” The event will take place on Sunday, August 3 from 4:00 pm until 7:00pm Governor’s Club. Proceeds from the event will be allocated to help pay the mortgage for the Western Chatham Senior Center in Siler City.
UNC Health Care to purchase Chatham Hospital
[Jul. 16, 2008] Representatives of the UNC Health Care System and Chatham Hospital have signed a letter of intent for UNC Health Care to purchase the 25-bed critical access facility in Siler City, N.C., for $11.3 million.
Carolina Brewery wins six championship of beer awards
[May 18, 2008] Carolina Brewery took home six Carolinas Championship of Beer Awards at the Hickory Hops Beer Festival in Hickory, NC on April 12th. Gold awards were presented to Alter Ego Altbier and Flagship IPA, silver awards to Sky Blue Golden Ale, and bronze awards to Copperline Amber Ale and To Hell ‘n’ Bock. The Alter Ego Albier was also awarded Second Place Best of Show for the entire competition.
First Citizens Bank to open new office in Chatham DownsFirst Citizens Bank to open new office in Chatham Downs
[Feb. 7, 2008] First Citizens Bank will open a new 3,000-square-foot financial center on Monday, Feb. 11, in the Chatham Downs shopping complex near the Harris-Teeter supermarket at the corner of U.S. 15-501 and Lystra Road.
Also: First Citizens Bank
Ron Newcomb named President & CEO of Resveratrol
[Jan. 29, 2008] Ron Newcomb has been named President & CEO of Resveratrol, Inc. The announcement was made by David Fussell, co-owner of Duplin Winery and member of the Board of Directors for Resveratrol, Inc. The appointment was made effective as of January 2.
Fearrington noted in Gourmet Magazine's Best Farm-To-Table feature
[Oct. 16, 2007] Gourmet Magazine has recognized The Fearrington House as one of America's Best Farm-To-Table Restaurants for Romantic and Special Occasion dining. The feature, in Gourmet's October issue, highlights restaurants, hotels, and inns whose chefs are taking locally sourced ingredients in new and exciting directions. By Phoebe Fox

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