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Democratic voters in Chatham County will choose between two candidates in that party’s May 17 to decide who will be on the general election ballot come November. The choice is between David … more
Broken Spit’s menu offers a wide variety of meat and sides — ranging from fresh smoked brisket to diverse sauce options, such as the classic vinegar based North Carolina sauce, Bourbon style sauce and more. more
PITTSBORO — During Monday evening’s regular board meeting, commissioners discussed the possibility of starting to replace some of the older patrol police cars with electric vehicles, marking the … more
Siler City-born Christine Paige-Reye, 80, and her brother Henry Paige, 82, spent their lives working to break barriers and make memories locally and afar — from becoming the first Black woman to be a school bus driver in Chatham to hunting on an American president’s land outside of Boston. more
North Carolina and Chatham County have taken on the pandemic by using various mitigation tools — such as vaccinations, accessibility to testing and lowered isolation periods for COVID positive patients — and are now shifting focus on learning to live with COVID-19, rather than complete eradication of the virus. more
SILER CITY — On Monday night, Siler City Town Manager Roy Lynch was asked to give the manager’s reports during the board of commissioners meeting — his last with the town and its … more
PITTSBORO — Commissioners ended the town’s COVID-19 state of emergency, announced a new Public Information Officer and voted to dispute a road proposal bisecting Pittsboro’s North Woods community during their Monday meeting. more
The museum is set to open a short-term exhibit in April to highlight the area’s geology and how it has affected the county’s history and development. more
PITTSBORO — The Small B&B Cafe’s “Brunch Around the World in 80 Days” has added a new stop: Ukraine. more
Law enforcement has been on the front lines of tackling the increased use of opioids, but locally, organizations such as Chatham Drug Free and Chatham Recovery are leading a charge to help combat the rise and provide solutions to addiction and overdoses. more
The race for the N.C. House seat representing Chatham County will now feature a Republican primary, with former Chatham County Commissioner Walter Petty facing political newcomer Craig Kinsey, who signed up for the race on Friday’s final day of filing. more
Local law enforcement and first responders have been working to address one of the largest health crises in Chatham County’s — and the nation’s — history: substance use disorder and overdose deaths. more
PITTSBORO — Pittsboro’s board of commissioners unanimously approved a preliminary set of plans for a new subdivision development in Chatham Park on Monday. more
PITTSBORO — Pittsboro has established a method for residents to voice their complaints if they feel they’ve been denied housing because of discrimination. Town Manager Chris Kennedy and Town … more
Candidate filing for the 2022 Midterm Elections will begin Thursday, Feb. 24, and will run through March 4, according to Pandora Paschal, the director of elections for Chatham County’s Board of Elections. more
SILER CITY — Commissioners unanimously approved amendments to an ordinance allowing for recreational vehicle parks to be within the Siler City extraterritorial jurisdiction (ETJ) on Monday evening. more
PITTSBORO — Beer enthusiasts and cocktail lovers alike can grab their green, gold and purple attire, extravagant bead necklaces and mysterious masks to participate in the first ever Mardi Gras Pittsboro Pub Crawl on Saturday. more
Kyle Parrish never thought he would be running for political office. Now the Cary resident faces an uphill battle to be the representative for N.C.’s 7th Congressional District — which, for the time being, includes Chatham County. more
PITTSBORO — When guests enter The Plant east of downtown Pittsboro, they’ll now be greeted by a towering new portrait of Chatham County pioneer Roxie Small, located at the front of Chatham Cider Works at 192 Lorax Lane. more
The town’s board of commissioners unanimously passed a motion Monday evening to create a COVID-19 vaccine incentive program as part of an effort to prevent excessive coronavirus-related absences. more
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