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When four high school juniors first launched their donation drive for menstrual and hygiene products in Chatham County, they didn’t expect to receive many donations. Chatham County, however, … more
For National Nurses Week, we reached out to four nurses at Chatham Hospital to discuss the profession and its challenges, to ask about COVID’s impact on them and whether — if they could do it all … more
In honor of National Nurses Week, the News + Record spoke with Eric Wolak, the chief operating officer and chief nursing officer at Chatham Hospital, about his career and the work nurses perform in … more
A new Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Plan will ensure and focus on equitable practices in Chatham County’s employment terms and conditions over the next two years and work to increase diversity … more
News Briefs Governor Declares Correctional Officers and Correctional Employees Week RALEIGH — Governor Roy Cooper has proclaimed May 2-8 as Correctional Officers and Correctional Employees … more
SILER CITY — The town’s board of commissioners again postponed acting on a petition from Mountaire Farms to close portions of three roads near the company’s Siler City facility, more than two … more
PITTSBORO — After 100 days as head of Chatham’s leading business recruitment agency, Michael Smith is still glad he took the job. “It’s even better than I knew,” he told the News + … more
PITTSBORO — Last year, Chatham County prepared for the potential negative economic impacts of COVID-19 with a cautious recommended budget for 2020-21, up 5% from the prior year. Now, the county … more
PITTSBORO — The Pittsboro Police Department is nearing completion of a month-long investigation involving three Chatham law enforcement officers who were caught firing their weapons in public while … more
The Public Policy Committee of the Chatham Chamber of Commerce hosted a “lunch & learn” event in mid-April with Dale Folwell, N.C. State Treasurer, as a guest speaker. According to … more
In his latest book, local author Gordon Hutchison explores the gamut of human emotion with 400 original aphorisms — from hysterical quips to thought-provoking adages. An adventurous life has … more
News Briefs Central Carolina Promise/K14 program to hold virtual information sessions From Central Carolina Community College SANFORD — Pre-register now to attend a virtual information … more
SILER CITY — More than four months after the killing of Ramon Hernandez, Chatham County police have made little progress in locating his suspected killer, Sergio “Yovani” Rodriguez … more
In the wake of Chauvin’s historic trial, many police officers have voiced their approval, or rejection, of the outcome. A day after the trial concluded, Andrew Brown Jr., a Black man, was shot five times by police in Elizabeth City. He died from a “kill shot to the back of the head,” according to attorneys for Brown’s family. more
SILER CITY — The Chatham News + Record published its first Spanish print edition of La Voz de Chatham last week nearly a year after the bilingual reporting project first began. It’s also … more
PITTSBORO — Chatham County Schools recently began its two-year equity training efforts with a group called The Equity Collaborative, the district said at its April 19 Board of Education … more
SILER CITY — To promote National Child Abuse Prevention Month and draw attention to local resources for abuse victims, the Siler City Police Department operated an information booth last Friday at … more
PITTSBORO — Town leadership, including the board of commissioners and town staff, have worked behind the scenes for more than a year to resolve Pittsboro’s worsening water contamination issues. A … more
“A lie can travel halfway around the world while the truth is still putting on its shoes.” If you think that’s Mark Twain speaking, think again. Centuries ago fans were saluting satirist … more
Medical device manufacturers have come under intense scrutiny in the last year. Several scrambled at the pandemic’s start to supply COVID-19-specific products, with limited success. Just this … more
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