Who doesn’t love a good BINGO night?!!
Team Eurosport Relay for Life will be hosting BINGO Night, Friday March 28th at the Big Barn in Hillsborough. The doors open at 6pm and Bingo will start at 6:30pm! The cost is $20 per person which gets you approximately 20 games. Come and bring your whole family because this year the food, fun, and prizes are better than ever! We will have hot dogs, snacks, baked goods, and some incredible prizes such as gift certificates to Kanki, Blissful Journey Day Spa, Amazing Grace Day Spa, The Cheesecake Factory, Cup of Joe, Nantucket Grill, etc)…. Plus, don’t forget about our famous $300 end of the night jackpot! Are you our next big winner?
Carol (Lina) Strickland has generously offered a free download of her new book ” Touch of Danger”. If you install the Kindle app, you can download this superhero action romance novel this weekend for free by going to:
This offer is good March 14-March 16 only.
ORANGE COUNTY STORM DEBRIS WILL BE COLLECTED BY NCDOT
ORANGE COUNTY, NC (March 10, 2014)—Orange County is announcing the NC Department of Transportation will collect storm debris from properties located on DOT maintained roads in the County, including subdivisions.
Pickup will begin sometime next week, so residents have plenty of time to gather debris.
Residents are asked to place ONLY vegetative storm debris at the edge of the pavement and backside of the ditch. Please be sure not to place debris too close to the road as this will pose a safety hazard.
The County encourages residents to place debris next to the road instead of burning it. This can result in wildfires, air pollution, etc. Wildfire season begins next week.
The DOT waiver only applies to Orange, Alamance, and Guilford Counties.
The pick-up service will not apply to residents who live within the limits of the Towns of Hillsborough, Chapel Hill and Carrboro, only for those in the non-incorporated portions of Orange County.
The County is also working with North Carolina Emergency Management (NCEM) and Orange County Solid Waste to manage the debris pickup.
Orange County is also working with NCEM to assess the damage, attempting to qualify for federal disaster assistance, which would benefit the local governments and schools. This would allow the County to receive hazard mitigation grants to help prepare for future disasters.
If residents have an unmet need, such as downed trees, food, or any other non- emergency request, please call the Information Line at 919.245.6111.
Yes the trees have some ice and some limbs are down in many areas but roads around Hillsborough are primarily wet and with more rain expected, things should be back to normal shortly. Be careful out there!
I’ve just done a tour around town and most all streets have melted and even dried. Now- can we focus on Spring? The two hour delay has expired.
I’m hearing that traffic is being detoured away from 70A between Elizabeth Brady Rd and Meadowlands Dr. (the hill- don’t you know) An alternate route would be to exit I-85 and turn R on 86, then L at the light at Old NC 10. From there, travel about a mile and then L on Lawrence Rd. That will bring you back to the 4-way stop at 70A. A Left will bring you back to the opposite end of Meadowlands Dr. Be careful out there!
More Weather Worries! PHE will have a two-hour delay this morning. Get here when you can. Be safe. Check back frequently for status update.