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PITTSBORO — Brandi Morris didn’t expect to come home from a family vacation last September to start a new business with her father, Danny Jenkins Jr. But during a trip to Busch Gardens last … more
PITTSBORO — The objective? “Ambitious” just scratches the surface. If the Chatham County EDC’s “Accelerate 2026” five-year development initiative hits its marks, however, the impact … more
Some people learn second or third languages in school; others learn on the job or through total immersion. Then there’s Mexican immigrant Ascary Arias, who learned English from Elvis … more
PITTSBORO — The Chatham County Public Health Department will begin offering Moderna COVID-19 vaccine boosters to eligible individuals this week as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention … more
RALEIGH — For 56 years now, the Pittsboro Kiwanis Club has sold genuine country ham biscuits at the N.C. State Fair to fund scholarships for seniors graduating from local high schools. It’s a … more
SILER CITY — Veronica Nuñez’s calling in life revolves around being able to help those around her. She hopes to improve the lives of those around her. more
PITTSBORO — Maria Parker-Lewis tuned into the regular Pittsboro Board of Commissioners meeting via Zoom last Monday to update the board about her organization, Main Street Pittsboro (MSPBO), and … more
Pittsboro commissioners held a public hearing on Monday evening discussing the affordable housing element of the Chatham Park development, as well as discussing the creation of an affordable housing ordinance for the town. more
PITTSBORO — A Chatham County-based nonprofit created to offer a “living ecosystem of support” for Black-owned businesses ceremoniously opened its services at a ribbon-cutting event at The Plant … more
BEAR CREEK — It’s more formally known as State Road 1100, but the signposts on the winding, rural stretch of two-lane road hint that it must be close by. Devil’s Tramping Ground Road, in fact, … more
Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Michael Regan announced last Monday the Biden administration’s plan to address pollution from the man-made “forever chemicals” known as PFAS. more
PITTSBORO — Pittsboro has only two contested races on the Nov. 2 ballot, but it’s the one for mayor which may give voters a double-take: it pits former Mayor Cindy Perry, who gave up the seat in … more
Pittsboro has only two contested races on the Nov. 2 ballot, but it’s the one for mayor which may give voters a double-take: it pits former Mayor Cindy Perry, who gave up the seat in 2019 to endorse the man she’s facing — incumbent Mayor Jim Nass. Here's more on Perry's campaign. more
Pittsboro has only two contested races on the Nov. 2 ballot, but it’s the one for mayor which may give voters a double-take: it pits former Mayor Cindy Perry, who gave up the seat in 2019 to endorse the man she’s facing — incumbent Mayor Jim Nass. Here's more on Nass' campaign. more
PITTSBORO — Starting Nov. 15, the Chatham County Public Health Department will no longer provide Care Management for At-Risk Children (CMARC) and Care Management for High-Risk Pregnancies (CMHRP) … more
SILER CITY — For many years, a top priority of the Participant Advisory Committee of the Western Senior Center in Siler City has been the construction of bocce courts and horseshoe pits. These are … more
RALEIGH — N.C. Insurance Commissioner Mike Causey reminds Medicare beneficiaries to compare and evaluate their current plans and make necessary changes during the upcoming Open Enrollment … more
PITTSBORO — Chatham County Schools will give students Nov. 12 off “in response to the ongoing strenuous impact of the pandemic on students, families and staff,” the district’s … more
The Northwood High School community is still reeling following a car accident on Old Graham Road Saturday night which killed one student and critically injured another. more
Northwood High School has a cluster involving eight associated COVID-19 cases, according to the Chatham County Schools case tracker dashboard as of Wednesday afternoon, including five cases reported on Friday and three reported this week. more
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