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When Josie Murray was forced to stand outside a public library in Purcellville, Virginia, unable to check out a book, she knew she had to make a change. Her white friends offered to go inside … more
If you pass by the Boys & Girls Clubs in Siler City or Pittsboro on a weekday after school, you might see students playing games, doing their homework or engaging in leadership activities. … more
Some large employers are asking remote-working employees to come back to the office. But the growth of coworking during, and since, the Covid-19 pandemic has been well-documented. In Chatham … more
Each spring, the Chatham County Partnership for Children hosts a “Day of the Books” (or “El Día de los Libros”) children’s festival in Siler City. The event … more
Many senior citizens struggle with budgeting after finding themselves on a fixed income. The Chatham County Council on Aging is partnering with the National Council on Aging to offer a program to … more
This week, we speak with Chatham Chamber of Commerce President Cindy Poindexter about its new member platform and other Chamber news. The Chamber has just introduced a new platform for members to … more
Robin Leto is a registered nurse and dietitian who spent most of her career working with an older population. She had positions in a state office on aging, as well as working as a nursing home … more
Local potter Mark Hewitt hosted his first public kiln opening since the pandemic opened, inviting customers last weekend to view pottery and purchase pieces outside Hewitt's Pittsboro home he shares … more
The Plant on Lorax Lane in Pittsboro has lived many lives. The facility now boasts 12 diverse tenants, from electricians and engineers, to organic and sustainable products, to craft distillers. Owner Lyle Estill calls the facility an eco-industrial park which also hosts the Chatham Beverage District. more
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