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CN+R STAFF PICKS | FAVORITE CHRISTMAS SONG Lo, How a Rose E’er Blooming Christmas is full of music from the sacred to the silly; picking a favorite isn’t easy. But the key to any music is … more
Kit Kittredge American Girl Doll I remember every month, my mom would receive an American Girl doll store catalogue. I would spend hours flipping through the pages at the different dolls, each … more
Editor’s note: As a Christmas treat for readers, Andy Clapp, a Liberty native and pastor there, has written this piece of short fiction for the News + Record. more
PITTSBORO — About 70 Chatham County seniors got gussied up in their finest Christmas attire for the Chatham County Council on Aging’s holiday party last Wednesday at the Chatham County … more
CORE (Chatham Organizing for Racial Equity) is a Chatham-based volunteer-led organization working to build a broad-based coalition of individuals, nonprofits, and community groups. Its mission is to … more
After a storied high school career in both cross country and track & field for the Chargers, Northwood senior Caroline Murrell has announced her commitment to N.C. State, where she’ll run cross country for the Wolfpack once she graduates in the spring. more
North Carolina’s mountains, Piedmont and coast provide more than just gorgeous landscapes and vacation destinations — they contain geological features that have played an important role in the … more
As Chatham County nears the milestone of 100 COVID-related deaths and a new variant has sparked concerns about the seemingly never-ending pandemic, the News + Record spoke with Mike Zelek and Eric … more
SILER CITY — Dozens of notes line the hallway of Jordan-Matthews High School honoring the life of Mike Williams — a well loved teacher who died in a car accident on Thanksgiving Day. “I … more
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Chatham County government recently launched a redesigned website, and along with a sleek update in appearance, it’s designed to make it easier for residents, businesses, and other members of the … more
PITTSBORO — Five mornings a week for 22 years, Ronnie Gilmore woke up at 4:30 to start his day as a beloved custodian and bus driver at Perry Harrison Elementary. Now, after retiring earlier … more
Kelly Reiter’s acting career didn’t begin glamorously. The Chatham County native moved to Los Angeles when she was 18 for a film role she’d landed, but was immediately hit with a new reality … more
SILER CITY — When JMArts’ Rose Pate resolved to bring Jordan-Matthews High School another special arts project, she began looking for something that J-M’s instrumental music students — and … more
PITTSBORO — Comedian Rob Santos plans to bring some laughs to the Pittsboro community on Saturday night when he holds a comedy show with three of his stand-up comedy friends — Buddha Joe, CW … more
Liberty native Andy Clapp is a pastor and speaker who’s just published his first book, a Christmas story set in the N.C. mountains. This week, we spoke with him about the book and its origins and message. more
On Dec. 4, Moncure will hold a “Candy Land” themed street fair open to the community on Moncure Loop Road, supported by Moncure’s Lion’s Club, Moncure Fire Dept. and 3 Rivers Coalition. more
SILER CITY — What two Chatham County sisters experienced in the past year has helped them understand that Thanksgiving isn’t simply a once-a-year family holiday — it can be a way of life, … more
PITTSBORO — The Odd Company, or ODDCO, has a new next-door neighbor on West Street — and as luck would have it, this newcomer, the Small Museum of Folk Art, is just as offbeat. After nearly … more
It’s Thanksgiving season, which means CORA — the Chatham Outreach Alliance — is working overtime to provide food to individuals and families within the community who are … more
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