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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
As COVID-19 cases surge, Chatham County’s total case count since the start of the pandemic has roared past 5,000. There was a lull in the spring; from March 12 until July 28, Chatham didn’t … more
Just a few days after graduating from Central Carolina Community College, alumnus Jayden Sansom started a final class at the college: video game art and design. The class was offered for the first … more
SILER CITY — After three decades in the United States, Guatemalan native Dora Interiano finally achieved last December what she’d spent over a year working toward: U.S. citizenship. To her, it … more
PITTSBORO — After 25 years in education — 14 of them in Chatham — Chris Poston will soon be starting a new role: Chatham County Schools’ Executive Director for Excellence and … more
PITTSBORO — Wesley Hart didn’t speak at the ceremony last Thursday during which he was awarded the French Legion of Honor. He didn’t have to. The 102-year-old Chathamite’s service during … more
PITTSBORO — Pittsboro’s budding Boys & Girls Club has reached its minimum required funding threshold to begin operations and will likely open its doors to area youth soon after the 2021-22 … more
PITTSBORO — As Chatham County’s 250th anniversary celebrations continue, the Chatham 250 Historical Content Committee — a volunteer group made up of community leaders, elders, and historians … more
SILER CITY — The Siler City Development Organization has renewed its facade grant program for another year as part of the organization’s larger effort to revitalize the town’s aesthetic and … more
PITTSBORO — A five-hour Chatham County commission board meeting on Monday night included lengthy and, at times, contentious discussion regarding rezoning requests and compact … more
PITTSBORO — A new collaboration between Chatham County Schools, Central Carolina Community College and UNC-Chapel Hill — Teach Chatham — intends to address the current teaching … more
PITTSBORO — The Chatham County Schools Board of Education will resume meeting at the Chatham County Historic Courthouse for its next regular meeting on Sept. 13. Over the course of the … more
SILER CITY — The town’s board of commissioners debated solutions to longstanding water pressure deficiencies in parts of town and discussed potential spending options for federally … more
Chatham County commissioners approved a LGBTQ-inclusive nondiscrimination ordinance at their meeting Monday night — making Chatham the 12th local government to do so in North Carolina. more
PITTSBORO — Chatham Community Library will host a virtual screening of the documentary “Don’t Tell Anyone” (No Le Digas a Nadie) beginning Thursday, Sept. 16, and continuing … more
PITTSBORO — Beginning September 2021, Chatham Community Library will host a series of quarterly discussions highlighting women changemakers in Chatham County. The series will address areas of … more
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