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SILER CITY — Siler City Commissioners discussed the possibility of having a vaccine incentive program for town employees on Jan. 18. Town Manager Roy Lynch told commissioners that he, along with … more
PITTSBORO — Chatham commissioners adopted two resolutions honoring county employees at their Jan. 18 meeting: one regarding Finance Officer Hope Tally for her 20-plus years of service and another … more
By the end of the second week of class following winter break, Chatham County Schools counted 703 students and 68 staff members as absent from school due to either testing positive for COVID-19 or quarantining due to exposure, according to district data shared with the News + Record. more
PITTSBORO — By the end of this fiscal year in June, Chatham County Government is projected to have a yearly turnover of 65 employees — the highest number in recent years, up approximately 38% … more
Exclusive: Maia Mikhaluk, co-director of International Partnerships-Ukraine, addresses the potential Russian invasion of Ukraine in this special report and why Americans should care. more
You’re sitting at your table eating breakfast and checking the week’s forecast one chilly morning when you spot an ominous sign: on your phone’s weather app, just a few days out, lies a … more
Ahead of last week’s second snowy forecast, we asked Chatham County’s emergency management director, Steve Newton, about how people can best keep themselves and their families safe during bad winter storms. Here’s what he recommended: more
NOTE TO READERS: The CDC is now recommending the use of N95 face coverings, another shift in guidelines in the new pandemic landscape. In light of that, here’s a perspective on masks, mask use, the … more
SANFORD — Whether you are looking for flexible course choices to meet your personal schedule or starting a new program of study, Central Carolina Community College’s 12-week term allows … more
PITTSBORO — Chatham County Council on Aging’s executive director, Dennis Streets, will retire on Feb. 1, after nearly eight years of service with Chatham County government and decades of … more
SILER CITY — Spend any amount of time around Irma Beal, and it becomes apparent that she is no ordinary lady. As Beal moves around her Siler City home with the independence and grace of a person … more
Describe your give-back program Mountaire Cares is a program that best describes who Mountaire Farms is as a company. The towns, counties and states where we live and work are an integral part of … more
CORA has received a $12,000 donation from the nonprofit Bayer Fund in unrestricted funds, which the organization plans to use to feed vulnerable residents facing food insecurity across Chatham County. more
PITTSBORO — In anticipation of inclement winter weather, Chatham's schools are opting for snow days or remote learning and workdays for students and staff on Friday, schools announced Thursday. more
SILER CITY — The Siler City Immigrant Community Advisory Committee created five subcommittees during its meeting last Tuesday as a part of its efforts to help the town better serve its immigrant … more
Seven Siler City residents make up the town’s Immigrant Community Advisory Committee. Here’s a little bit more about who they are and what they do: Hannia Benitez, president Born in Tecun … more
PITTSBORO — In addition to extending universal masking and approving two COVID-related funds last week, the CCS Board of Education also discussed Superintendent Anthony Jackson’s first six months … more
PITTSBORO — Last week, more than 4,000 North Carolinians were hospitalized with COVID-19 for the first time in the nearly two years of the pandemic. Additionally, more than 44,000 positive tests … more
SILER CITY — Brit and Fleming Pfann moved to a property on 144 Celebrity Dairy Way in Siler City in 1987, and in 1989, they started their own farm on the land called Celebrity Dairy. Celebrity … more
The U.S. Army will be utilizing 25 North Carolina counties for its annual Robin Sage Special Forces training exercise. more
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