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News briefs Siler City Town Clerk honored SILER CITY — Jenifer Johnson, Siler City’s town clerk, has been awarded for the second time the prestigious designation of “N.C. Certified … more
RALEIGH — The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission is urging the public to make safety a top priority when on the water. The Wildlife Commission reported a 13% increase in vessel registration … more
PITTSBORO — The Chatham County Collection Centers’ Swap Shops re-opened on April 19, but since re-opening, the Swap Shops have been overrun with items that are not … more
SILER CITY — Jenifer Johnson, Siler City’s town clerk, has been awarded for the second time the prestigious designation of “N.C. Certified Municipal Clerk” (NCCMC) from the … more
The Chatham County Board of Commissioners concluded its work sessions for the county’s recommended $149.9 million 2021-22 budget early on May 20, and canceled the remaining sessions scheduled for … more
PITTSBORO — Having celebrated Older Americans Month in May, the Chatham County Council on Aging is joining the Chatham County Department of Social Services and the Chatham County Sheriff’s Office … more
SILER CITY — Tiana Brooks and Chloey Johnson took top prizes at the 2021 JM Spring Art Show, a juried event held on May 26 at Jordan-Matthews High School. Work from about 90 artists from across … more
SILER CITY — Ten Jordan-Matthews High School artists received awards on May 27 during an annual ceremony highlighting outstanding student musicians, actors and visual artists. Awards are usually … more
SILER CITY — William “Chip” Pate, a marketing and public relations consultant serving clients in the education and nonprofit sectors, was named the 2021 Community Hero by JMArts, the … more
SILER CITY — Formal dance instruction returned to Jordan-Matthews High School for the first time in decades with a two-day workshop that kicked off next school year’s production of the Broadway … more
Editor’s note: In this second of a series of reports, the News + Record is examining school equity in Chatham, looking specifically at the services the district provides for Hispanic students and … more
Following the posting of a complaint in a popular Chatham Facebook group, CORA — Chatham Outreach Alliance — updated its SNACK! Program age requirements to include more school-aged children in … more
PITTSBORO — It’s not often businesses host ribbon-cutting ceremonies for their lavatories, but last Wednesday’s Bath House reveal at The Plant on Lorax Lane matched the site’s commitment to … more
A few hours after learning that Gov. Roy Cooper had signed a bill temporarily shortening the length of time required for holding a driving learner’s permit, Northwood sophomore Nellielou Errett … more
SILER CITY — A specialized team of law enforcement agents will retrieve Sergio “Yovani” Rodriguez Pereira — the primary suspect in a Siler City murder case who was found last month in Georgia … more
PITTSBORO — Carolina Tiger Rescue now counts four celebrity cats among its newest residents: rescued tigers from Tiger King Park, the Oklahoma private zoo made famous in a Netflix true-crime … more
Last November, Chatham County narrowly elected its first Latino county commissioner, Franklin Gomez Flores, to replace incumbent Andy Wilkie as District 5’s representative. Gomez Flores took office … more
SILER CITY — The Siler City Police Department, in partnership with North Carolina Alcohol Law Enforcement, conducted two search and seizure operations last month, producing almost 200 charges for … more
PITTSBORO — The Chatham County Public Health Department continues to encourage Chatham County residents to take advantage of the many COVID-19 vaccination opportunities across the county. By … more
PITTSBORO — Town Manager Chris Kennedy announced last Monday a substantial revision to the town’s proposed budget for fiscal year 2022 in the board of commissioners’ second and … more
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