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Welcome to Stem!

Stem began with the area known as Tally Ho and was a prime fox hunting territory in the 1700s. The Stem family were co-proprietors of a general store in the Tally Ho Township and owners of the land where the Richmond and Danville railroad met. Today, Stem is a thriving small town in the heart of Granville County, with easy access to Raleigh, Durham and the Research Triangle Park. Welcome to our Town!

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17 hours ago
Town of Stem

The 5 Granville County Mayors meet once a month to discuss what is happening in their municipality and Granville County. This lunch is an opportunity to collaborate and share ideas. January's lunch was to welcome new Mayor Mike Williford of Stovall to the team. ... See MoreSee Less

The 5 Granville County Mayors meet once a month to discuss what is happening in their municipality and Granville County. This lunch is an opportunity to collaborate and share ideas. Januarys lunch was to welcome new Mayor Mike Williford of Stovall to the team.

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Mixed Cultures!

6 days ago
Town of Stem

Timeline photos3:30 PM Saturday January 15, 2022: NWS Raleigh 1-pager summary for Sunday's wintry mix storm. ... See MoreSee Less

1 week ago
Town of Stem

The Town will be proactively treating town roads prior to the upcoming arrival of inclement weather. ... See MoreSee Less

1 week ago
Town of Stem

1/13/2022 @ 4:25pm- The National Weather Service is forecasting the potential for some winter weather across NC Saturday night through Sunday. NWS continues to emphasize that we are still a few days out and that changes to forecast details are inevitable.

A wintry mix of precipitation will be ongoing across much of the state by early Sunday morning (overnight hours). Precipitation types will be mostly snow (heavy at times) along and north of the I-85 corridor, and a mix of freezing rain and sleet between I-85 and I-95. Snow is expected to transition to sleet/freezing rain early Sunday afternoon and begin to lift north and out of the state beginning during the late-afternoon Sunday, quickly winding down Sunday evening. Travel impacts are expected Sunday into Monday morning.

Be weather aware! Please stay tuned to reliable weather sources; local television, radio, NOAA Weather Radio and NWS Raleigh website www.weather.gov/raleigh for the latest updates and activation of any watches or warnings.
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1/13/2022 @ 4:25pm- The National Weather Service is forecasting the potential for some winter weather across NC Saturday night through Sunday. NWS continues to emphasize that we are still a few days out and that changes to forecast details are inevitable.

 A wintry mix of precipitation will be ongoing across much of the state by early Sunday morning (overnight hours).  Precipitation types will be mostly snow (heavy at times) along and north of the I-85 corridor, and a mix of freezing rain and sleet between I-85 and I-95. Snow is expected to transition to sleet/freezing rain early Sunday afternoon and begin to lift north and out of the state beginning during the late-afternoon Sunday, quickly winding down Sunday evening. Travel impacts are expected Sunday into Monday morning.

 Be weather aware! Please stay tuned to reliable weather sources;  local television, radio, NOAA Weather Radio and NWS Raleigh website www.weather.gov/raleigh for the latest updates and activation of any watches or warnings.
1 week ago
Town of Stem

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE



Butner, NC January 12, 2022 (9:00 am) – SGWASA utility crews are on site near 2116 Brogden Rd. in Stem to repair a broken sanitary sewer pipe that was discovered this morning. Presently, there are no known service disruptions to utility customers in the general vicinity of the repair. Please avoid the area to allow the utility crew to complete their work as quickly and as safely as possible.



Regards,

Scott N. Schroyer

Executive Director
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2 weeks ago
Town of Stem

Tree planting is a family-friendly, fun event! We have two days scheduled for this week - Friday (7th) and Saturday (8th) from 1 pm to 4 pm! Other dates available are January 14th, 15th, and 17th. We always need extra hands on the Friday dates. For more information see www.tarriver.org/register-to-plant-trees-with-trlc/ or you can email us at volunteer@tarriver.org. Photo Credit to Sam Upchurch. ... See MoreSee Less

3 weeks ago
Town of Stem

Save the date! February 5th from 6-9 at the Barn at Vino. Proceeds benefit outdoor dogs. Register here:

www.eventbrite.com/e/puppy-love-quarter-auction-tickets-225863322277
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Save the date! February 5th from 6-9 at the Barn at Vino. Proceeds benefit outdoor dogs. Register here:

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/puppy-love-quarter-auction-tickets-225863322277
4 weeks ago
Town of Stem

Happy Holidays, Merry Christmas, Feliz Navidad, and Happy New Year from the Town of Stem to everyone in our community. May your day be merry and bright! ... See MoreSee Less

Happy Holidays, Merry Christmas, Feliz Navidad, and Happy New Year from the Town of Stem to everyone in our community. May your day be merry and bright!

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Hope everyone had a wonderful holiday. Happy New Year to all..❄️❄️

Merry Christmas and Happy New year to y’all

Merry Christmas from the suburbs of town

Merry Christmas 🎄🎁

1 month ago
Town of Stem

The Granville County Chamber of Commerce is continuing to partner with the Vance-Granville Community College Small Business Center to bring free training sessions to benefit our members. Here is information on our upcoming session on January 12th.

Marketing Tips for Your Business That Won't Break the Bank
The idea of starting and running a low-budget, bootstrapped business is a very hot topic, and not just for super frugal business owners. The good news is that it doesn't have to cost you a ton of money to successfully market your business...if you're willing to put in a little time and elbow grease. In fact, it's entirely possible to not only start a business, but even grow a business on a minimal budget. Innovation, preparation and creativity can go a long way when it comes to promoting your business and this session will explore how to get the word out about your business without breaking the bank.

Register for this event here:

www.ncsbc.net/workshop.aspx?ekey=530420009
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The Granville County Chamber of Commerce is continuing to partner with the Vance-Granville Community College Small Business Center to bring free training sessions to benefit our members.  Here is information on our upcoming session on January 12th.
 
Marketing Tips for Your Business That Wont Break the Bank
The idea of starting and running a low-budget, bootstrapped business is a very hot topic, and not just for super frugal business owners. The good news is that it doesnt have to cost you a ton of money to successfully market your business...if youre willing to put in a little time and elbow grease. In fact, its entirely possible to not only start a business, but even grow a business on a minimal budget. Innovation, preparation and creativity can go a long way when it comes to promoting your business and this session will explore how to get the word out about your business without breaking the bank.
 
Register for this event here:

https://www.ncsbc.net/workshop.aspx?ekey=530420009
1 month ago
Town of Stem

Come out and support ACIM with a county-wide Food Drive sponsored by the Granville County Green Team and the Granville Young Republicans. In Stem, you can drop off non-perishable food items at Town Hall, next to the Town Christmas tree. Or make donations at any of the other locations listed on the flyer. For more information, contact Commissioner Frank Shelton at frank.shelton@stemnc.org. ... See MoreSee Less

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