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The county seeks three qualified citizens to serve on the Chatham County Board of Health. The spots are for a physician, an optometrist, and a nurse. Any Chatham County with the appropriate … more
Central Carolina Community College (CCCC) will receive $6.3 million from the National Science Foundation’s Division of Advanced Technological Education. The grant will fund the creation of … more
The Board of Commissioners met for a a special session on Feb. 26, to discuss a strategic plan for the city and potential budget impacts for the year ahead. The special session provided a chance for … more
“We’re giving teachers… guidance on how to use it as an instructional tool and not necessarily as something that kids are going to use to cheat.” The district will also be reaching out to parents with additional information about how AI is being used as well as developments over the next few years. more
The Siler City Board of Commissioners met on Feb. 5, receiving a report from Hobbs Architecture about the condition of the Carter Bank & Trust building that the city acquired last year. more
BEAR CREEK — Fifth grader Helen Moose of George Moses Horton Middle School is the best speller in the county, nabbing first place in the 2024 Chatham County Schools District Spelling Bee at … more
PITTSBORO — In-person early voting for 2024’s March 5 primary election kicked off on Thursday, Feb. 15 across North Carolina. Statewide, more than 340 early voting sites are open for … more
PITTSBORO – Dwarfed by one of the state’s first granular activated carbon advanced filtration systems a trio of government officials gathered at the Pittsboro Water Treatment plant to … more
‌Sometimes, a person can seek the answers, and other times, the answers can find them. Former Jordan-Matthews basketball head coach John Phillips, who was in the midst of one of his worst … more
GREENSBORO — The former director of the Chatham County Housing Authority (CCHA) was sentenced to 30 months in prison after pleading guilty to fraud charges last week in federal court. … more
PITTSBORO — The year was 1824. America as a nation was not yet 50 years old. John Quincy Adams was elected president in one of only two Presidential races decided by the House of … more
SILER CITY — Congressman Richard Hudson (NC-09) joined farmers and agricultural interests from Chatham County and the surrounding area on Thursday, Feb. 8 at Bestfood Cafeteria in Siler City. … more
North Carolinians looking to vote in the March 5 primary election have until Friday Feb. 9 to register or make changes to party affiliation. State law sets the voter registration deadline as 25 days … more
PITTSBORO — The Chatham County Schools Board met January 16 for its first board meeting of 2024. The district is looking to restart apprenticeships and internships with Chatham hospital, … more
Testing results from the Pittsboro water distribution system delivered good news for the town’s water supply. Results received by the town indicated that a minimal amount of the substance … more
PITTSBORO — Pittsboro Mayor Kyle Shipp has joined the Environmental Protection Agency’s Local Government Advisory Committee (LGAC). Chartered under the Federal Advisory Committee Act … more
CHAPEL HILL – The Town of Chapel Hill council met Wednesday, Jan. 24, hearing a feisty discussion on the Israel-Hamas war during the public comment period. Passionate advocates made … more
PITTSBORO — The Town of Pittsboro was notified on Wednesday, Jan. 24, by Burlington city officials that regular testing performed at the South Burlington Wastewater Treatment Plant showed the … more
PITTSBORO – The Town of Pittsboro Board of Commissioners met Monday, Jan. 8... more
PITTSBORO — A firearm brought to Northwood High School by a 14-year old student was seized after reports were made that the student had brought the weapon to school, shown it to another … more
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