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Man arrested in Asheboro for Burlington robbery
A man was arrested Friday in Asheboro in connection to the armed robbery Feb. 24 of the BP Food Shop at 2303 S. Church St. in Burlington.
Asheboro Family Physicians joins Cornerstone Health Care
Asheboro Family Physicians has joined Cornerstone Health Care, and will become part of Cornerstone's network of practices in the area.
'Big, Big Bugs' exhibit coming to Louisville Zoo through September
A crawling tarantula two-and-a-half stories high. The largest ant, moth and grasshopper you've ever seen and a firefly, ladybug and other gigantic insects to will delight children and entomologists alike.
Baseball's weekend schedule changed due to weather
The Penn State baseball team's weekend series at Mount St. Mary's has been cancelled for this upcoming weekend and replaced with a three-game set against Hofstra at a neutral site in Asheboro, N.C. The three game series will be played Asheboro Copperheads Field at McCrary Park.
Clay Aiken officially joining NC Congress race
Singer and actor Clay Aiken is now officially making the switch to wear the hat of a North Carolina congressional candidate.
Kayser-Roth begins first part of $28M Triad expansion
Greensboro-based sock and hosiery manufacturer Kayser-Roth Corp. has begun an expansion of its facility in Asheboro as part of a two-pronged project announced last year that is expected to add a total of 100 new jobs in the Triad.
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Asheboro Zoo Reopens
Winter weather has really dealt the North Carolina Zoo a bad hand the last few weeks.
NC Zoo to remain closed Monday for ice
The North Carolina Zoo will remain closed Monday as crews continue to clean up from last week's snowstorm.
CommunityOne posts second profitable quarter in a row
CommunityOne Bank , the Asheboro-based lender that barely survived the banking crash and Great Recession, posted its second consecutive quarterly profit on Friday.
Daily Dish: 2/6/2014
True to his passionate and animated TV persona, "Science Guy" Bill Nye tapped on the podium, threw up his hands and noted that science shows the Earth is "billions and billions" of years old in a debate at a Kentucky museum known for teaching that the planet's age is only 6,000.