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Earlier this week, I started feeling sluggish with cold-like symptoms.  I brushed it off as a “summer cold." After all, I had my required two jabs of Moderna last March and April. Then … more
SILER CITY — Dozens of children lined up before a big, blue bus parked along the curb just outside Virginia Cross Elementary School. At first glance, the bus might have been mistaken for an ice … more
A specially called Chatham County Schools Board of Education meeting on Thursday began with a 15-parent protest to make masks optional and ended with a 4-0 vote to require universal indoor masking on all campuses. more
PITTSBORO — The Chatham County Public Health Department urges all Chatham residents to get a COVID-19 vaccine as soon as possible and wear a face mask in public indoor spaces, following recently … more
Most of the 31 new county staff positions funded by Chatham’s $149.8 million 2021-22 budget were approved with a July 1 effective date, according to Human Resources and Risk Management Director … more
PITTSBORO — The United Way of Chatham County will kick off its annual campaign with the Day of Service Wednesday, Sept. 15, 2021. The Day of Service is an all-day event that unites community … more
SILER CITY — Gerardo Rodriguez Ramirez of Siler City tried his luck on a 50X the Cash ticket and won a $1 million top prize. Rodriguez Ramirez purchased his winning $10 ticket from the Sunrise … more
PITTSBORO — Chatham County property owners can expect to receive their 2021 property tax bills by late August, according to Chatham County Tax Administrator Jenny Williams. Taxes are due by … more
SILER CITY — It’s been a bad year for the community’s oldest residents. No single demographic has been more heavily impacted by the pandemic than elderly Americans. According to data from … more
PITTSBORO — Pancakes did indeed help pave the way, but there’s still a little bit of road the newly-formed Boys & Girls Club of Pittsboro needs to cover. Organizers of the club — which … more
Last year, Ramseur resident Noe Briones Licona embarked on a multistep application process to secure county permission to move his double-wide mobile home from Randolph County to Chatham. After a … more
When Chatham County government employees returned to work this week, they did so under new masking guidelines for staff: as of Monday, both vaccinated and unvaccinated employees were required to wear … more
PITTSBORO — When Dr. Anthony Jackson arrived at Chatham County Schools’ Pittsboro central office building for his first day as the district’s new superintendent, he knew the place was … more
Dr. Anthony Jackson — named N.C.’s “Superintendent of the Year” in 2020 as head of the Vance County Schools — assumed his role as superintendent for Chatham County Schools on July 6, … more
SILER CITY — Siler City’s Board of Commissioners, after hearing a litany of concerns from impacted residents, voted unanimously on Monday night to recess a public hearing regarding Mountaire. The hearing will reconvene on Aug. 30. more
News Briefs Chatham County Board of Health seeks dental representative PITTSBORO — The Chatham County Board of Health will have a vacancy in October 2021 that must be filled by a dentist who … more
PITTBORO — Cedar Grove United Methodist Church hosted its first 'summer fiesta' with Chapel Hill's Ta Contento last Saturday from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. The Fiesta offered live music, dancing and … more
PITTSBORO — Across select Chatham County Schools this fall, students will have the opportunity to take a look back at an important piece of local sports history. With the 20th anniversary of Los … more
More than a year and half after first moving classes online due to COVID-19, Central Carolina Community College is set to fully resume its in-person instruction across its programming this fall. more
PITTSBORO — In a rare deviation from normal procedure, Pittsboro’s mayor and board of commissioners delayed most agenda points from Monday’s regular meeting, citing the surge … more
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