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Editor’s note: U.S. military aircraft carried the last American troops out of Afghanistan on Monday. It signified the end of the longest war in U.S. history, coming just before (Afghanistan time) … more
PITTSBORO — The Rotary Club of Pittsboro held its first Fill the Bus school supply drive the weekends of Aug. 14 and 21, generating more than $500 in cash donations and filling 20 large boxes with … more
PITTSBORO — Chatham Community Library plans to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month beginning this month by hosting a virtual showing of the award-winning 2015 documentary, “Don’t Tell Anyone (No … more
SILER CITY — News + Record Publisher Bill Horner III, Reporter Hannah McClellan and Photographer Kim Hawks spoke with about two dozen CCS students about journalism at a presentation to Chatham … more
Across Chatham, some churches are tackling vaccinations in their congregations, with Black and Latino churches leading the effort by sharing information with congregants and partnering with the local health department and community organizations to host vaccination clinics. more
SILER CITY — Since the arrival of 2020 census data last month, redistricting has begun at all levels of government across the state and country. What does that process involve? And what does it … more
The Siler City board of commissioners approved three resolutions in a special hearing Monday to close and reroute a series of roads abutting the Mountaire Farms facility — almost three years after the national poultry processor first requested permission to overhaul the downtown artery. more
Every year of Oliver Ewy’s high school career has taken place during a pandemic. That’s why Ewy, a junior at Northwood High School, is excited to finally go to school in-person every day of the week. more
Chatham County Schools returned to class for the fall semester of the 2021-22 school year last week. While this semester marks the first since before the pandemic that students will attend classes … more
Editor’s note: This is the first in an occasional series of stories exploring Chatham’s robust manufacturing backbone, particularly little-known operations with major impacts on national and … more
PITTSBORO — Two weeks after pledging to assist property owners in Pittsboro’s North Woods neighborhood with their campaign to redirect the impending North Chatham Park Way road, Pittsboro’s … more
PITTSBORO — Chatham County’s COVID-19 case numbers continue to climb, with 271 cases per 100,000 residents over the past week and nearly 9 percent of recent tests returning positive. This follows … more
The Chatham County Board of Commissioners’ lengthy Aug. 16 meeting included three contentious public hearings, which included discussion and questions about rezoning requests and compact communities. more
PITTSBORO — Pittsboro’s traffic circle renovation project is nearing completion ahead of schedule, seven months after work began, according to Pittsboro Town Manager Chris Kennedy. The … more
PITTSBORO — In a specially convened Pittsboro board meeting last week — the second since large “slugs” of 1,4-Dioxane were recently discharged into the Haw River, from where Pittsboro draws … more
A month after graduating from Northwood High School, Ella Sullivan wasn’t taking a vacation. Instead, she was completing her Girl Scout Gold Award project, which explores the history of Chatham … more
Chatham County Schools began its third year impacted by COVID-19 on Monday — encapsulating the tension between moving past the pandemic while attempting to mitigate its health threats. more
RALEIGH — State Senator Valerie Foushee (D-Dist. 23), whose district has included Chatham County since her appointment to the Senate in 2013, will no longer represent the county if reelected in … more
SILER CITY ­— Siler City’s board of commissioners will host a continuation Monday of a contentious public hearing on Mountaire Farms’ request to reroute part of East Third Street away from … more
PITTSBORO — Abundance NC will host another PepperFest on Sept. 19, marking its 14th annual celebration and the second restyled due to a pandemic. In previous years, the festival — which … more
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