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Woods Charter, a K-12 school, will begin phasing into Plan B on Monday, but for a year now, Irons — like many educators — has been looking for ways to engage his students during remote learning. more
SILER CITY — In early 2020, El Futuro’s mental health clinics offered primarily in-person services, save for a telehealth program they’d designed for migrant farmworkers. Now, in early 2021, … more
PITTSBORO — The Chatham County Schools Board of Education unanimously voted at its regular session meeting Monday night for Pre-K through 3rd grade students to start in-person learning four … more
As vaccine access expands in North Carolina, many Chatham employers have begun looking to get their workforces vaccinated as quickly as possible. To that end, several Chatham organizations came … more
CLIMAX — It isn’t time to dust off the key to Northwood’s trophy case just yet. It’ll have to wait another year. The Weddington Warriors won a hard-fought game over the … more
Chatham resident Kimrey Rhinehardt has confirmed her intended candidacy for U.S. Senate in an exclusive interview with the News + Record. She hopes to fill Sen. Richard Burr’s (R) seat after … more
Editor’s note: As more COVID-19 vaccine doses become available and other information about access changes, it’s hard to stay current. The News + Record is offering this guide. It’ll be updated … more
Chatham vaccine providers haven't vaccinated as many Latino residents as hoped, despite making equity a key piece of their vaccination campaigns. Here's what they're doing to fix that. more
This year, like every year, February was designated in Chatham as “We Love Seniors” Month — and though the Inter-Faith Food Shuttle didn’t know that, the organization managed to show some … more
SILER CITY — In a bid to enact frequent calls for the town’s revitalization, Siler City’s board of commissioners authorized several ordinance amendments during its regular meeting Monday to … more
The Loves Creek Watershed Stewards — a group of local environmentalists committed to improving water quality and drainage issues in Siler City’s Loves Creek watershed — have worked for years … more
Editor’s note: This is a follow-up story to last week’s look at how Chatham Council on Aging Executive Director Dennis Streets and his staff have shifted their focus during the pandemic. This … more
Nick Haffele was the interim director of Chatham County Management and Information Systems (MIS) when the ransomware attack which crippled the county’s system on Oct. 28 of last year occurred. … more
If you were to ask Rhoda Berkowitz what she does, she might tell you she works in mysteries. That’s technically true, considering she’s the person who organizes the mysteries sections of the … more
The group hopes to redirect Siler City’s economic trajectory and reestablish the town as a leading destination in Chatham County. more
SILER CITY — The Spring Chicken Festival is coming back, but this year’s iteration won’t look like 2019’s. Two years ago, the town launched its “first annual” Spring Chicken Festival … more
NEWS BRIEFS The Hawbridge School begins expansion project SAXAPAHAW — The Hawbridge School has begun construction on a new 40,000 square foot school building which will significantly increase … more
The Chatham News + Record captured a record-setting 28 news awards today at the N.C. Press Association’s annual news and editorial contest, winning more prizes than any newspaper in its … more
RALEIGH — State Board of Elections Executive Director Karen Brinson Bell recommended the General Assembly take action to delay the state’s 2021 municipal elections. more
PITTSBORO — Following the killing of George Floyd by Minneapolis police officers last summer, Lysandra Weber opened Instagram and saw a flood of black squares. It was “Blackout … more
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