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Siler City’s first even-year municipal election drew just under 25% of registered voters to the polls, according to the Chatham County Board of Elections’ voting statistics — a slight 0.7% increase from 2019, and a 2% decrease from 2017. more
WELFORD DALTON HARRIS     August 22, 1933 ~ June 3, 2022 Welford Dalton Harris, 88, of Pittsboro went to be with his Lord and Savior on Friday June 3, 2022. He went peacefully … more
Pets of all species are an important part of our lives. As owners, we commit to making their well-being a priority. Proper nutrition is important for pets to have good digestion and prevent illness. … more
SILER CITY — An ongoing investigation into disturbing text messages sent to former political candidates in Chatham County has been handed off to the Siler City Police Department, according to … more
PITTSBORO — The Chatham County Board of Health announced its award winners for 2022 during its regular board meeting on May 23, recognizing individuals and groups that played a significant role in … more
SILER CITY — More than a dozen Jordan-Matthews High School musicians, actors and visual artists were honored for their outstanding work during J-M Awards Night, an annual ceremony held May 23 to … more
PITTSBORO — Chatham County emergency responders partnered with several other local agencies to support a jump exercise last Tuesday at Jordan Lake with US Army Special Operations Command 95th Civil … more
The Chatham County Board of Elections’ post-election “canvass” process didn’t see any changes to the outcomes of Chatham County’s 2022 primary elections, held on May 17, according to … more
PITTSBORO — Chatham Park’s developers are in talks with Chatham County Schools to create a space where all county children, regardless of disabilities, can participate in physical and … more
CHAPEL HILL — As the clock struck 1:45 p.m., a sea of students dressed in pink marched down the stairs of Woods Charter School, through the cafeteria, past the principal’s office and outside to … more
‘Nobody should be outed against their will’ PITTSBORO — For Northwood senior Aiden Vigus, last week was exhausting. Finals are around the corner, but that’s not top of mind for them. … more
As officials from Chatham County Schools grappled with the tragedy, they knew local attention would quickly turn to them. Parents quickly began asking: What are schools doing to make sure their children are safe? What protocols are in place if this were to happen at their children’s schools? Do the schools even have an adequate safety plan? more
Wilson Brothers, known officially as Wilson Brothers Milling and Trucking Company, has 60 or so trucks on the road or preparing to hit the road at any given time. The company provides transport primarily in the animal agriculture and wood products industries, and like most transportation and freight companies, uses a fuel surcharge — referred to in the industry as an “FSC” — to help calculate freight rates it charges its customers. more
Thomas “Chip” Price, 66, and a lifelong resident of Siler City, takes office June 6 after serving 11 years as an at-large commissioner. He fills the seat vacated when former Mayor John Grimes died in office back on Oct. 20, 2020, and says he’s bringing a deep love for the town and its people to his new post. more
Facing those challenges earned Kristiansen the 2022 Director of the Year by the North Carolina Association of County Directors of Social Services (NCACDSS). She received the award at the NCACDSS annual directors’ meeting on May 5th in Blowing Rock. more
PITTSBORO — The Pittsboro Town Hall (635 East Street, Pittsboro, NC 27312) will be closed to the public all day today, June 1, due to an internet outage affecting the … more
PITTSBORO — While attending college in Greensboro about a decade ago, UNCG student Ashlyn Martin thought she knew which area of social work she wanted to go into.  And so, when the … more
An ongoing partnership between the Chatham County Sheriff’s Office, North Carolina Unidentified Project, and Othram Inc., has led to the successful identification of a victim from a 46-year-old murder case. more
SILER CITY — A major street in Siler City may be going on a “road diet.” Second Avenue, once a major highway through central North Carolina as part of old U.S. Hwy. 421, is the subject of a … more
PITTSBORO — Commissioners authorized Town Manager Chris Kennedy to send a letter of intent to the City of Sanford to merge the two municipalities’ water and sewer capacities during Monday’s … more
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