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People across the country joined Native Americans Monday in commemorating Indigenous Peoples’ Day instead of Columbus Day — including North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper and President Joe Biden, who … more
One person is dead and three others are injured following a vehicular crash in Siler City on Friday afternoon, according to the  Siler City Police Dept. 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
After just four weeks of planning, United Way of Chatham hosted its first community “Day of Service” event last Thursday — kicking off its fundraising season and organizing more than 100 … more
More than six months into the coronavirus pandemic, businesses at The Plant, home of the Chatham Beverage District on Lorax Lane east of downtown, are surviving through a combination of good fortune and business acumen. more
Rebecca Bouldin watches proudly as her 5th-grade student, Anastasia Evans, wins their virtual game of Go Fish by securing a final match — soon, an applause sound effect joins in with her own … more
Here are some postcards from the three-week journey that was the Chatham News + Record’s first art contest, designed to find the iconic image to define the era of COVID-19: “From Russia with … more
PITTSBORO — It was more than seven decades ago, but Siglinda Scarpa can still remember the “big boots” and harsh voices of Gestapo soldiers who came pounding on the door of her home, looking … more
After five months of providing free meals to children 18 years old and under, CCS School Nutrition Services will resume its normal school breakfast and lunch programs on Aug. 31. Under this program, … more
PITTSBORO — As North Carolina remains in Phase Two of the state’s three-phase coronavirus reopening plan, some entities have used the last four months as an opportunity to shift their focus from … more
A car and truck parade [Photo gallery]
Chatham County Group Homes Inc., a non-profit organization that was established in 1984 to house and support adults with developmental disabilities, held a parade of car show vehicles for a birthday … more
Chatham rivers run high [Photo gallery]
Downhill aquatic biking Some Chatham youngsters decided to take advantage of a risen Deep River and ride their bikes and scooters down a hill into the water last Saturday. River runs … more
Cambridge Hills Assisted Living in Pittsboro held a ‘drive-by’ event Friday for residents, where family members and friends were invited to drive by the facility and wave hello to people … more
The only Chatham-specific candidate primary in this year’s election pits an incumbent commissioner against a political newcomer. Former board chairman and current Commissioner Mike Dasher is … more
View all of the candidate questionnaires for the 2019 municipal elections. 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
After nine days of rain in Chatham county,  the Haw River and Jordan Lake filled and overflowed for the second time this year, the fourth time since the hurricanes last year. As of Feb. 26, … more
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