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SILER CITY — Lynn Glasser, executive director for Chatham County’s free pharmacy, has high hopes for it. He wants it to eventually close. Chatham Cares Community Pharmacy, which opened in 2005 … more
Describe the give-back program of CT Wilson: Serving the community is integral to everything that we do at CT Wilson Construction. This is enhanced by the fact that over 60% of our clients are … more
Describe the give-back program of Primrose School: Community giving is a pillar of our business that is demonstrated by the many ways we contribute time and financial support to local charity. … more
Describe the give-back program of the Foundation of Bold Construction: At BOLD Foundation, we believe that every child deserves a joyful holiday season. Each December, BOLD Foundation coordinates … more
Did COVID-19 affect how you think about giving back to the Chatham community? “I am very proud that United Way of Chatham County called our Council on Aging ‘a pandemic powerhouse’ for how … more
SILER CITY — Love Chatham, the Chatham County homeless shelters organization, has named Dakota Philbrick as its program director, tasking him with developing and overseeing an emergency sheltering … more
SILER CITY — What two Chatham County sisters experienced in the past year has helped them understand that Thanksgiving isn’t simply a once-a-year family holiday — it can be a way of life, … more
PITTSBORO — George Moses Horton Middle School Cafeteria Worker Mandy Cheek credits two people with helping her through the most challenging of shifts: Jesus Christ and Bill Withers. Cheek shares … more
State Sen. Valerie Foushee, who has represented Orange and Chatham counties for eight years, is running to represent the Triangle in the U.S. House, she announced last Wednesday. more
PITTSBORO — The Odd Company, or ODDCO, has a new next-door neighbor on West Street — and as luck would have it, this newcomer, the Small Museum of Folk Art, is just as offbeat. After nearly … more
CHANGCHUN, China — The distance between Pittsboro and this capital city of Jilin Province is only 6,725 miles, but the two communities felt a lot closer last week. That’s because Bill Horner … more
PITTSBORO — The fears of Pittsboro town staff were confirmed on Friday when raw water samples from the Haw River — which serves as Pittsboro’s source for drinking water — came … more
PITTSBORO — Town officials in Pittsboro are becoming more concerned as levels of 1,4-Dioxane continue to rise in samples taken from the Haw River, which serves as the town’s source of … more
CHAPEL HILL — The Chatham County Sheriff’s Office is currently investigating allegations of sexual assault occurring at 1251 The Preserve Trail, Chapel Hill. Investigators say property owner … more
After representing Orange and Chatham counties for eight years, Sen. Valerie Foushee will not serve Chatham if she’s reelected in 2022, following the redistricting of North Carolina’s three … more
CHAPEL HILL — Being a caregiver, particularly for a loved one with dementia, can amount to a job lasting 24 hours a day. Breaks are fleeting, and the ability to enjoy personal time is few and far … more
Black students are 4.4 times as likely as white students to receive short-term suspensions at Chatham County Schools, according to 2019-20 discipline data from the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction. more
SILER CITY — The Siler City Board of Commissioners appointed seven inaugural members to the town’s first Immigrant Advisory Committee Monday, reinvigorating a years-long initiative to better … more
PITTSBORO — Trades Hill near Pittsboro was once “a place for meetings, drunkenness and fights.” Around the time the Civil War ended, the land which made up Trades Hill consisted of a store, … more
SILER CITY — The Siler City Development Organization (SCDO) has been awarded $5,000 from the Duke Energy Hometown Revitalization Grant Program to help improve building façades and interior … more
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