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Pittsboro Mayor Cindy Perry has called for a gathering to mourn the losses of the recent mass gun shootings and to create a local diverse community group to work on solutions not only for this county but for the country. more
PITTSBORO — While attending college in Greensboro about a decade ago, UNCG student Ashlyn Martin thought she knew which area of social work she wanted to go into.  And so, when the … more
An ongoing partnership between the Chatham County Sheriff’s Office, North Carolina Unidentified Project, and Othram Inc., has led to the successful identification of a victim from a 46-year-old murder case. more
SILER CITY — A major street in Siler City may be going on a “road diet.” Second Avenue, once a major highway through central North Carolina as part of old U.S. Hwy. 421, is the subject of a … more
PITTSBORO — Commissioners authorized Town Manager Chris Kennedy to send a letter of intent to the City of Sanford to merge the two municipalities’ water and sewer capacities during Monday’s … more
NEW YORK CITY — New World Stage Four was already raucous when it happened. As everything was flying off the rails for actors in “The Murder at Haversham Manor” — the play-within-the-play … more
Editor’s note: This story is part of a periodic series profiling clients of the Chatham County Council on Aging as they describe ‘Why I Come to the COA.’ Unknowingly, Bill Widman missed out … more
PITTSBORO — Whether through produce boxes or market-style shopping, CORA’s SNACK! program is helping to feed food-insecure children and families in Chatham County. The summer grocery program … more
Voters across North Carolina cast ballots in recent weeks and in large numbers on Tuesday, selecting their party standard-bearers for contests from county commissioner to U.S. Senate. The marquee … more
Chatham County government’s proposed 2022-23 budget plan calls for the hiring of dozens of new staff positions, healthy tax revenue increases and plenty of growth — all while keeping the ad … more
The tour celebrates the duo’s third album, “If You See Me Riding By,” which launches on June 3 at the Haw River Ballroom in Saxapahaw and represents a coming-out party of sorts for Chatham Rabbits. Over the last four years, the duo has become a well-known name in central North Carolina. more
More than 16,000 Chatham residents — 27.5% of the county’s registered voters — voted in last Tuesday’s primary election, giving newcomers key wins and some familiar faces political … more
Now, after almost 40 years in that role, Gooch has reached the Methodist clergy’s mandatory retirement age and is moving on. more
Former N.C. Supreme Court Chief Justice Cheri Beasley made a brief stop in Chatham County on primary election day last Tuesday to speak to supporters about her U.S. Senate bid. more
As the nation’s death toll from the pandemic surpassed 1 million, local health officials mourned what Eric Wolak, the chief operating officer and chief nursing officer at Chatham Hospital in Siler City, called “a heart-breaking milestone.” more
The numbers can sometimes be staggering. According to the National Council on Aging, up to five million older adults in America are abused annually. However, the problem is often hidden, with just … more
Election Day came to a close Tuesday evening in Chatham County for primary and municipal races.  more
A few weeks ago, district leadership once again studied a pool of staff nominations, as they had for the past several months, to choose Chatham County Schools’ April Equity Champion of the … more
SILER CITY — More than 9,000 voters cast primary ballots in early voting — which ended Saturday — across Chatham County, but on Tuesday in Siler City, the town’s two precincts drew plenty of … more
PITTSBORO — Chatham Park may become home to another large mixed-use development, but it could take longer than initially anticipated. Developers approached commissioners during the board’s … more
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