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On Feb. 24, 2022, former U.S. Ambassador to Türkiye (Turkey) Bob Pearson woke up in his Chatham County home to the news of war: Russian forces invaded Ukraine and began their attack on major cities including the capital city of Kyiv. more
Summer is one of the most anticipated times of the year; coveted enough that Disney made a show about what to do over the 104 days of summer vacation.  more
  On June 21, 2023, the Chatham County Sheriff’s Office received a report of inappropriate sexual communication and relations between a suspect and another family member.   … more
The Silk Hope Ruritan Club has donated state-of-the-art interactive video panels to Silk Hope School. These cutting-edge panels serve as tools for teachers, providing them with enhanced capabilities … more
Kyle Shipp is thrilled to announce his candidacy for Mayor of Pittsboro and share a bold vision for the future of Pittsboro. As a town commissioner, Shipp gained valuable experience and an in-depth … more
PITTSBORO — While the weather roared outside of the Chatham County Agriculture & Conference Center on Monday evening, Pittsboro commissioners held their last meeting of the month, which … more
PITTSBORO — Many of Chatham County’s elected officials and various municipal administrations came together on Monday afternoon for a round-table discussion with N.C. Attorney General Josh … more
The Fourth of July — also known as Independence Day in the U.S. — is widely celebrated across Chatham County with various festivals, church celebrations and firework displays.   … more
SILER CITY — The Siler City Board of Commissioners met at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, June 20, in the Courtroom at City Hall to approve the town’s 2023-2024 budget. The town’s new budget for … more
PITTSBORO   — The Town of Pittsboro is pleased to announce the launch of a public website dedicated to providing information on the proposed merger of the water and wastewater systems with … more
PITTSBORO — Representatives from FirstNet and AT&T, as well as N.C. House Rep. Robert Reives II (D-Dist.54) and Gov. Roy Cooper attended FirstNet’s Five Year Anniversary Celebration … more
Chatham Animal Rescue & Education (CARE) is proud to announce the hiring of their new Executive Director Jon Spoon. Spoon brings a passion for promoting animal welfare along with years of … more
PITTSBORO — As the sun rose on Saturday morning, over 130 residents, elected officials and local Civil Rights activists gathered behind George Moses Horton Middle School to commemorate the … more
PITTSBORO — Under the sizzling sun on Saturday, June 17, almost 3,000 festivalgoers looked through Black-owned vendors’ booths, admiring artwork, spices, jewelry and even honey to buy. … more
PITTSBORO — The town of Pittsboro’s water infrastructure has been a hot-button issue for commissioners and residents alike.   Town staff and elected officials are working to … more
PITTSBORO — The Chatham County Retired School Personnel (CCRSP), a branch of the North Carolina Retired School Personnel (NCRSP), hosted its End of Year Celebration from 1 to 3 p.m. on June 15 … more
PITTSBORO — Jarin Stevenson, who starred at forward for the Seaforth boys' basketball team in the Hawks' first two seasons as a program, announced his commitment to the University of Alabama on Wednesday night via Twitter. more
PITTSBORO — At approximately 10:40 a.m. on Friday, June 16, the Pittsboro Police Department was dispatched to an armed robbery at Truist Bank at 44 Powell Place Lane. On-duty patrol officers … more
PITTSBORO — The Chatham Chamber of Commerce hosted a graduation ceremony for its class of 2023 leadership academy. The 26 graduates were honored at the Chatham County Agriculture & … more
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