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PITTSBORO — The Chatham County Board of Commissioners met last Wednesday and Friday for its budget retreat, kicking off the county’s formal budget development for the next fiscal year. Only … more
SILER CITY — It’ll soon be time for recess at Paul Braxton Gymnasium in Siler City, with the town’s Parks and Recreation department bringing back its Home-school Recess program starting Feb. … more
SILER CITY — With the rapid growth and interest in the sports of pickleball and tennis, Siler City Parks & Recreation is partnering with TennisBloc, a North Carolina-based company specializing … more
PITTSBORO — Brandi Morris, co-owner of Red Moose Brewing in Pittsboro, has always been a fan of actress Betty White. She has fond memories of watching the hit TV show “Golden Girls” with … more
Ten candidates filed for seats representing Chatham in the 2022 elections at the Chatham County Board of Elections before filing was halted and the primary election delayed. Now, the state's primary elections could be delayed again — this time until June 7 — following a bill passed by the General Assembly on Wednesday that now must go to the governor’s desk.  more
The hoped-for announcement that a major microchip manufacturer would choose Chatham’s Triangle Innovation Point as the home for one of the largest economic projects in North Carolina history … more
More than five decades after his assassination, King is widely heralded and taught about in schools as an important and beloved civil rights hero. But the majority of his work, advocates and King’s family say, is often not included in public tributes and school lessons. more
A Chapel Hill education nonprofit organization, LatinxEd, has chosen Siler City’s Kevin Manzanarez as one of 20 Hispanic youth leaders statewide to form part of its fourth “20 Under 20” youth … more
Editor’s note: Journalism professor Buck Ryan at the University of Kentucky and English lecturer Lei Jiao at Wuhan University of Technology in China team up again to offer a cross-cultural … more
PITTSBORO — Chatham County Schools will be closed for staff on Tuesday "out of an abundance of caution and due to very likely potential for unsafe road conditions," the district said in a … more
The multi-billion semiconductor chip manufacturer previously reported to be considering Chatham County’s Triangle Innovation Point megasite won’t locate there, the News + Record has learned. more
BEAR CREEK — The last at-large suspect in a May 2020 murder is finally in custody. Shyquaule Javon Fisher, 25, suspected as the shooter in the killing of 20-year-old Emerson Batsche, was … more
Over the past few months, pushback has grown throughout the United States against the use of the term “Latinx,” a gender-neutral term referring to people of Latin American descent. Hispanic … more
PITTSBORO — The town’s board of commissioners discussed Pittsboro’s annual audit and unanimously passed language changes to a unified development ordinance regarding how the town handles … more
PITTSBORO — On Thursday, Jan. 6th, the N.C. Department of Health & Human Services reported 24,292 new cases of COVID-19, with 114 among Chatham County residents, and 3,292 hospitalizations in … more
PITTSBORO — Where typical community breweries might offer trivia nights and live music, one of Pittsboro’s newest drinking holes has brewed up an events calendar with a bicultural twist. The … more
PITTSBORO — Former Chatham County Commissioner Jim Crawford has been charged with one count of driving while impaired and failing to maintain lane control after a Dec. 6 wreck. According to an … more
PITTSBORO — The Chatham County Schools Board of Education unanimously approved using approximately $750,000 of its $12.5 million remaining COVID-relief funds to pay a $1,000 COVID-19 training bonus … more
SILER CITY — The new branch manager at Siler City’s Wren Memorial Library is a long-time book lover from a small town in Pennsylvania who loves what libraries can offer a community — and she … more
PITTSBORO — Amid higher COVID-19 cases counts following the holidays and the Omicron surge, the Chatham County Board of Education voted 3-1 to extend universal masking on all CCS campuses during … more
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