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The Siler City board of commissioners approved three resolutions in a special hearing Monday to close and reroute a series of roads abutting the Mountaire Farms facility — almost three years after the national poultry processor first requested permission to overhaul the downtown artery. more
Every year of Oliver Ewy’s high school career has taken place during a pandemic. That’s why Ewy, a junior at Northwood High School, is excited to finally go to school in-person every day of the week. more
Chatham County Schools returned to class for the fall semester of the 2021-22 school year last week. While this semester marks the first since before the pandemic that students will attend classes … more
Editor’s note: This is the first in an occasional series of stories exploring Chatham’s robust manufacturing backbone, particularly little-known operations with major impacts on national and … more
PITTSBORO — Two weeks after pledging to assist property owners in Pittsboro’s North Woods neighborhood with their campaign to redirect the impending North Chatham Park Way road, Pittsboro’s … more
PITTSBORO — Chatham County’s COVID-19 case numbers continue to climb, with 271 cases per 100,000 residents over the past week and nearly 9 percent of recent tests returning positive. This follows … more
The Chatham County Board of Commissioners’ lengthy Aug. 16 meeting included three contentious public hearings, which included discussion and questions about rezoning requests and compact communities. more
PITTSBORO — Pittsboro’s traffic circle renovation project is nearing completion ahead of schedule, seven months after work began, according to Pittsboro Town Manager Chris Kennedy. The … more
PITTSBORO — In a specially convened Pittsboro board meeting last week — the second since large “slugs” of 1,4-Dioxane were recently discharged into the Haw River, from where Pittsboro draws … more
A month after graduating from Northwood High School, Ella Sullivan wasn’t taking a vacation. Instead, she was completing her Girl Scout Gold Award project, which explores the history of Chatham … more
Chatham County Schools began its third year impacted by COVID-19 on Monday — encapsulating the tension between moving past the pandemic while attempting to mitigate its health threats. more
RALEIGH — State Senator Valerie Foushee (D-Dist. 23), whose district has included Chatham County since her appointment to the Senate in 2013, will no longer represent the county if reelected in … more
SILER CITY ­— Siler City’s board of commissioners will host a continuation Monday of a contentious public hearing on Mountaire Farms’ request to reroute part of East Third Street away from … more
PITTSBORO — Abundance NC will host another PepperFest on Sept. 19, marking its 14th annual celebration and the second restyled due to a pandemic. In previous years, the festival — which … more
PITTSBORO — Chatham County community members of all ages are invited to express their creativity and create a masterpiece at Chatham 250’s Sidewalk Chalk Festival on Saturday, Sept. 11, at The … more
SANFORD — Nine students successfully completed summer requirements for Central Carolina Community College’s College Connections free first-year experience and have chosen to continue their … more
BEAR CREEK — Chatham Outreach Alliance’s summer “SNACK!” program — Summer Nutrition Assistance for Chatham Kids — hosted food distribution events at 10 different sites throughout the … more
Chatham County will  offer booster shots (third doses) to people who have conditions that make them moderately or severely immunocompromised, the Chatham County Public Health Department … more
New data released last week from the 2020 Census shows a 17% population increase from 2010. more
The Hispanic Liaison’s COVID-19 Health Fair in September will now offer vaccination incentives, the Liaison’s executive director, Ilana Dubester, announced Friday in an email news release. more
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