Former Vardaman softball coach Billy Dill waived his “probable cause hearing” Wednesday morning at the Calhoun County Courthouse and was immediately taken into custody facing three charges related to allegations of “inappropriate contact with a student.”
The Bruce board of aldermen set cleanup month for May where citizens will be able to dispose of items typically not picked up by the garbage truck.
“From the square to Keenum Road,” is one of the first areas Calhoun City Mayor J.R. Denton told the board of aldermen last night he would like to see done when they begin putting down chip seal again.
Pittsboro Alderman Les Morgan resigned from the board Tuesday night at their meeting.
Vardaman board of aldermen agreed to enforce the county ordinance which requires 911 addresses to be visibly placed on houses.
Derma board of aldermen approved the purchase of a zero-turn mower for the town at the regular meeting of the board last night.
A hearing related to an ongoing investigation involving a Vardaman coach/teacher and allegations of “inappropriate contact with a student” is currently scheduled for Wednesday, April 8 at 10 a.m. at the Calhoun County Courthouse in Pittsboro.
Calhoun County supervisors met a candidate for the May 12 special election for congress, authorized some bridge projects to proceed and approved training for several county employees at Monday’s meeting in Pittsboro.
Calhoun County will honor “SuperHeroes of Hope” this Friday night at the annual American Cancer Society Relay For Life at the Bruce football field.