April 25, 2024


In this issue

  • Love, Lowriders, Latinos

    Thursday, April 25

    PITTSBORO — Crowds dropped in on Saturday for the Lowrider Show at the Chatham County Agriculture & Conference Center. The event, now in its fourth year, is the brainchild of Manuel …

  • Chapel Hill Garden Tour offers peek at gardening mastery

    Thursday, April 25

    The Chapel Hill Garden Club is hosting its 14th biennial garden tour this weekend, on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. This year’s theme is “Tucked …

  • Downtown Pittsboro scores recognitions

    Thursday, April 25

    Downtown Pittsboro has been reaccredited as a NC Main Street community, one of only 50 other communities across the state to receive the designation.

  • Boats needed for veterans’ fishing event at Jordan Lake

    Thursday, April 25

    A day on the lake fishing for the big ones needs a lot of parts to pull it off — fishermen, tackle, fishing holes and boats. Especially boats. And that’s where there’s a need …

  • CCCC car show supports automotive programs

    Thursday, April 25

    Central Carolina Community College (CCCC) will host its 7th annual Car and Motorcycle Show on Saturday, May 18, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the school’s Main Campus in Sanford. The show is …

  • LETTER: On your mark…

    Thursday, April 25

    Due to the lack of proper facilities, some Chatham residents are forced to run on high-traffic roads, or bumpy trails that seem ready to twist your ankle at any moment.

  • WACHS: Comforting that life’s signposts reappear in each generation

    Thursday, April 25

    All along life’s journey are signposts and mileposts that mark important points on that journey. While some are unique to an individual, many others are ones we have in common with most every …

  • TROUTMAN: The Blessing of Connection

    Thursday, April 25

    There were many celebrations of Earth Day over the weekend, including at the church where I serve as pastor. We held a blessing of animals that was open to the wider community. All sacred occasions should include food, and we offered (per theme) animal cookies, goldfish crackers and cheddar bunnies.