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SILER CITY — The Town of Siler City government is now projecting better-than-anticipated — at least by a little bit — sales tax revenue for the upcoming budget year, according to Tina Stroupe, … more
Graduation 2020 This is a weekly series highlighting some of Chatham’s graduating seniors in the wake of cancellations of ceremonies and traditions due to COVID-19. Do you want to tell us about … more
On behalf of my Chinese scholars association, in partnership with a Chinese American friendship association, I am pleased to announce the donation of 1,500 surgical masks, 500 KN95 masks and 400 face … more
Dr. Tim Mounce was born in rural Pontotoc County, Mississippi. Following graduation from the University of Mississippi, he taught mathematics, physical education, health, adult education and … more
SILER CITY — National Police Week, when officers lost in the line of duty are commemorated, began on Sunday. For Siler City Police Chief Mike Wagner, it’s always a time of remembrance. Eric … more
SILER CITY — National Hospital Week holds a different significance this year in the wake of the worldwide COVID-19 outbreak. “COVID is just happening, it’s not what we’re known for,” … more
PITTSBORO — Different cultures, different professions, same goal: How a small group of thoughtful, committed people can help Chatham County’s most vulnerable citizens during the pandemic. This … 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
The Haw River Assembly organized the event after Chatham Park released a recent proposal for tree protection to the Town Board. more
While the winds were a little breezy at times Saturday, Santa didn't mind having his beard blown around. It was all for a good cause. The Siler City Fire Department spread some Christmas cheer, heading through residential neighborhoods, to greet some wide-eyed children, and adults , too. Santa, safely secured with safety harnesses for the ride, waved and belted out his Ho, Ho, Ho's as kids grinned from ear to ear. It was a short trip though! After all, Christmas Eve is almost here, and Sant's has to get back to the North Pole! more
High School Basketball [Photo gallery]
JM traveled to Eastern Randolph Friday night but came away with two losses to the Wildcats. In the girls contest it was Eastern 47-44 while the JM boys lost their game 73-63. more
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