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A bill that could put new rules on public school curriculum regarding race and history — such as prohibiting schools from teaching the U.S. was created to oppress people or that people are … more
PHI theta KAPPA INDUCTEES ANNOUNCED Randolph Community College inducted new members recently. Area students include: Liberty: Caeb Lawrence Fogleman Ramseur: Brooklyn Ilona Hargett, Haley … more
Though many North Carolinians welcomed the loosening of COVID-19 restrictions, particularly the mask mandate in most settings, some parents with children who are not yet eligible for vaccination are … more
Max Baker, a rising senior studying journalism at the University of Missouri, has joined the staff of the News + Record as a summer intern. During his 13-week internship, he’ll work remotely to … more
SILER CITY — Big things are coming to Siler City as town management and the board of commissioners work to improve the town’s aesthetic, expand infrastructure and incentivize new commerce. A … more
News Briefs Chatham County Libraries present 2021 virtual Summer Reading Challenge PITTSBORO — Chatham County Public Libraries invite children and teens to participate in its 2021 Virtual … more
PITTSBORO — Chatham County is seeking individuals to apply for several upcoming vacancies on its advisory committees. Service on committees is a great way for interested residents to have a … more
SILER CITY — Jostens, the leading producer of yearbooks and student-created content, announced that Jordan-Matthews’s yearbook program has achieved the Jostens 2021 National Yearbook … more
ASHEBORO — Randolph Communications selected eight local high school seniors — including three from Chatham County — to receive $8,000 in college scholarships. Randolph … more
PITTSBORO — Chatham County Public Libraries invite children and teens to participate in its 2021 Virtual Summer Reading Challenge “Tails and Tales” from June 3 through July … more
PITTSBORO — As Chatham 250 continues its celebrations throughout 2021, the planning committee is thrilled to announce five upcoming community events. The events are part of the Chatham 250 Passport … more
PITTSBORO — Beginning July 1, the Chatham County Public Health Department will no longer be a primary care provider (medical home) for children. This change, which was approved by the Chatham … more
Legendary Chatham County musician Tommy Edwards, a renowned guitar player and teacher whose performance career spanned half a century, died Saturday morning — one day after receiving The Order of … more
A Chatham County-based organization went to Washington last week to celebrate a rare victory. The Livestock Conservancy of Pittsboro joined with the U.S. Postal Service to mark the release of a … more
CHAPEL HILL — Throughout much of Chatham County’s vaccine rollout, resident Dionicio Hernández didn’t ask himself whether he wanted to get vaccinated against COVID-19. Instead, he asked: … more
PITTSBORO — After months-long negotiations between the N.C. Dept. of Transportation and property owners in Pittsboro’s North Woods community, NCDOT has suggested it will amend plans for a … more
Editor’s note: This is the sixth installment in a series investigating Chatham County’s water and sewer infrastructure. Previous stories have explored plans for infrastructure expansion in … more
PITTSBORO — Town of Pittsboro staff, the board of commissioners and Clean Haw River — a Pittsboro-based environmental conservation organization — are partnering to draft a letter requesting … more
PITTSBORO — After about six years in the making, the board of commissioners voted unanimously to adopt the Town of Pittsboro Unified Development Ordinance at the board’s regular meeting on … more
PITTSBORO — Six months after former superintendent Derrick Jordan announced his departure, the Chatham County Schools Board of Education unanimously selected Anthony Jackson, superintendent from Vance County Schools in Henderson, as the new CCS superintendent. He will start July 6. more
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