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NEWS BRIEFS The Hawbridge School begins expansion project SAXAPAHAW — The Hawbridge School has begun construction on a new 40,000 square foot school building which will significantly increase … more
News Briefs FSA offering additional assistance for contract growers The Farm Service Agency (FSA) will provide additional assistance through the Coronavirus Food Assistance Program 2 (CFAP2), … more
News Briefs Library hosts ‘Tahira’ for Black History Month In celebration of Black History Month, Chatham Community Library will present the virtual performance, Tahira: Storytelling with a … more
News briefs COA presents ‘Memoir Scribes’ All our life stories deserve to be told, written, and remembered. Now, Memoir Scribes will help you write yours. The Chatham Council on … more
News briefs Library hosts ‘Tahira’ for Black History Month In celebration of Black History Month, Chatham Community Library will present the virtual performance, Tahira: Storytelling with a … more
County to designate February as ‘We Love Seniors’ month The Chatham County Board of Commissioners was set to designate February as “We Love Seniors” month in Chatham County … more
News briefs Chatham Conservation Partnership winter meeting set for Jan. 21 The Chatham Conservation Partnership (CCP) winter meeting will again be virtual, set for 9 to 11:15 a.m. on Jan. … more
NEWS BRIEFS Gov. Cooper extends N.C.’s evictions moratorium Gov. Roy Cooper extended the evictions moratorium for North Carolinians through Jan. 31 to help the approximately 485,000 North … more
NEWS BRIEFS Gov. Cooper extends N.C. eviction moratorium through at least Jan. 31 RALEIGH — Gov. Roy Cooper announced that he plans to extend the state’s evictions moratorium on residential … more
NEWS BRIEFS Lions Club seeks members for Pittsboro Club Will you consider joining the oldest, the largest, most diverse community service organization in the world? Are you willing to team up … more
News briefs Pittsboro named a top 10 safest city Pittsboro was named the seventh safest city in North Carolina for 2020 by, a leading home security and safety advocacy website. … more
NEWS BRIEFS Cyber incident update: County phones working PITTSBORO — The cyber incident discovered on Oct. 28 that affected Chatham County government’s network is still under investigation, … more
NEWS BRIEFS, 12-3 CORA Food Pantry will be open on Saturday, Dec. 5 PITTSBORO — While CORA served more than 15,000 individuals over the past year, they estimate there are many more residents … more
NEWS BRIEFS Holiday in the Park: a Holly Jolly drive-thru The Chatham County community is invited to get into the holiday spirit with the Chatham County Parks and Recreation Department’s … more
News briefs CCCC registration under way for spring classes; Cougar Cruise-Ins set SANFORD — Registration is under way for spring semester classes at Central Carolina Community College. … more
News Briefs, 11-12-20 Chatham County 4-H members finish strong in virtual Farm Credit Showmanship Circuit The annual 4-H Farm Credit Showmanship Circuit, sponsored by Carolina Farm Credit and … more
News briefs, 11-5-20 NAACP sets procedures for branch vote The Chatham Community NAACP Branch #5377 has announced its voting procedures for this year’s office re-election. The voting format … more
News briefs, 10-29-20 Chatham County Libraries to offer computer access at local branches PITTSBORO — Beginning this week, Chatham County Libraries will offer limited access to its computer … more
Drones are NCDOT’s newest tool in maintaining the state’s bridges and other infrastructure. The Federal … more
News briefs, 10-8-20 State board reminds voters: don’t photograph your ballot RALEIGH — The State Board of Elections is reminding voters that North Carolina law prohibits taking photographs … more
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