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SILER CITY — The United Way of Chatham County awarded Chatham Hospital employees with the 2021 Ormsbee Robinson Award — the highest honor given by United Way — last Thursday during an employee … more
Twenty-seven public and private schools in and around the Triangle have active COVID-19 clusters, according to this week’s state health department’s child care and school settings report, updated … more
PITTSBORO — As news comes from federal agencies about expanding eligibility for COVID-19 vaccine booster shots, the Chatham County Public Health Department continues to encourage more people to get … more
PITTSBORO — Growing up, Chatham transplant Phillip Pappas thought he’d one day come to manage his family’s decades-old restaurant catering business. Now, years later, he’s helping other … more
Chatham County’s population increased by about 20% from 2010 to 2020, according to 2020 U.S. Census data — and much like the majority of the U.S., most of that growth came from Chatham’s … more
SILER CITY — The Siler City Board of Commissioners hosted a special meeting Monday to guarantee an option for $14.5 million in loan money to fund wastewater infrastructure enhancement. The board … more
In Chatham, as is the case across the country, schools are taking what would typically be seen as drastic measures to maintain student services in the face of drastic staffing shortages. more
PITTSBORO — Mosaic, a mixed-used development under construction at Chatham Park, has made quiet but steady progress through the pandemic and will reach several landmarks over coming months, … more
PITTSBORO — To commemorate the arrival of several new tenants and completion of its event forum, Mosaic at Chatham Park will host a series of free concerts and makers markets over the first three … more
Just one month and a few days after learning she had cancer, longtime Chatham educator Karen Heilman — known for her positivity, love of sports and her great hair — died at age 55 on Sept. … more
PITTSBORO — The Pittsboro board of commissioners approved a rezoning request Monday for more than 700 acres, which will likely be developed as a new age-restricted neighborhood. more
In Chatham County and across most of North Carolina, COVID-19 case counts are trending down. On Chatham County’s COVID-19 dashboard, one critical number has stayed relatively flat. And in … more
The Chatham County Board of Commissioners unanimously passed a resolution on Sept. 20 recognizing October as National Disability Employment Awareness Month and commemorating its 76th anniversary. … more
Chatham County artists looking for the means to advance their careers can apply to the Emerging Artists Program for grants of up to $1,500 by Oct. 31. Managed by the Durham Arts Council, the … more
The Chatham PTA Thrift Shop will present a donation of approximately $385,000 to Chatham County Schools at the board of education’s Sept. 27 board meeting, distributing funds across the … more
SILER CITY — In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, Siler City’s N.C. Arts Incubator has just gained a new guest exhibit: Durham artist Antonio Alanís’ Latinx Visual Resiliency series. The … more
SILK HOPE — When Troop 911 was first chartered in 1956, it quickly became a thriving troop, serving scores of Silk Hope Boy Scouts over the years. Now, following more than a year of pandemic … more
PITTSBORO — Katie Childs’ transition from a supporting role at the United Way of Chatham County to its executive director came, in part, because she just didn’t know how to stay in her own … more
PITTSBORO — BMC brewing, the newest addition to The Plant on Lorax Lane in Pittsboro, hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony last Sunday, finally opening two years after its owners set out to join the … more
SILER CITY — Siler City could invest more than $50 million in its water infrastructure over the next 20 years for general repairs and expansion. more
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