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CHATHAM CHAT | JAimE DETZI, CHATHAM EDUCATION FOUNDATION Jaime Detzi, the executive director of the Chatham Education Foundation, says she’s always had a passion for public education. She … more
Lil’ Football Fan CARY — Anik Gupta lives and breathes football. Nearly every inch of his bedroom is filled with jerseys and helmets from NFL teams and paintings depicting aspects of the … more
The Salvation Army of Chatham County enters a busy holiday season seeking support and volunteer help — all in the name of giving it the best opportunity … more
More than a thousand people from across the state ventured to Bonsal for the eight-mile trek into the wicked woods on Saturday. The haunted train was part of an annual tradition for the historic train museum. more
Chatham’s “Grand Trees” calendar for 2023 has arrived. Grand Trees of Chatham (GTOC) was initiated in 2009 by a small group of Chatham County citizens … more
Last November, the Chatham County Board of Commissioners created the Northeast Chatham Wastewater Study Commission — a 12-member group of citizens … more
In 1965, as an only child growing up two miles north of Wrightsville Beach, Mack Thorpe joined some friends to become charter members of Boy Scout Troop 237 Ogden of the … more
Cindy Poindexter, the president of the Chatham Chamber of Commerce, is readying for the organization’s “State of Chatham” event, set for next … more
North Carolina pastor and author Andy Clapp’s debut novel, “Midnight, Christmas Eve,” was released last October, winning the Foundations Award at the Blue Ridge … more
Jason Mott, author of the National Book Award-winning novel “Hell of a Book,” one of the most acclaimed novels published in recent years, will be the featured … more
PepperFest, Chatham County’s annual celebration of regenerative agriculture, local farmers, and the creativity of the Piedmont’s top chefs and beverage artisans, is set for Sunday at The Plant on Lorax Lane in Pittsboro. It’ll take place beginning at 3 p.m. and wrap with music and an afterparty with the band ¡Tumbao! at 7 p.m. more
The last year has been eventful for many nonprofits, but particularly for Chatham’s CORA Food Pantry. The Pittsboro-based pantry helped 900 new families over the past year and distributed more than 1.1 million meals.  more
Pittsboro’s George Greger-Holt has worked for decades in Chatham County serving and supporting youth and youth programs. As the community outreach coordinator … more
Halford (Hal) House spent his early days on a self-sustaining farm in eastern N.C., followed by years in various roles in academia and business. Today, he’s a member of the Chatham County … more
Siler City’s Downtown Music Series continues this Saturday with a special event: the annual Koo Day Tah celebration, which also serves as the birthday party for celebrated Siler City luthier Terry … more
Central Carolina Community College is launching a new school year, with fall classes beginning Aug. 15. This week, we speak with CCCC President Dr. Lisa M. Chapman and CCCC Chatham Provost Dr. Mark … more
The Chatham Community Resource Hub is a mobile, co-located collaboration between the Chatham Health Alliance and partner agencies. On Aug. 6, the Alliance and the Chatham Council on Aging will join … more
A paean to visual filmmaking, Jordan Peele’s “Nope” springboards off the first recorded moving picture in 1878, entitled “The Horse in Motion,” which captures the … more
The newest edition of the Chatham County Community Assessment has been published. This collaborative effort between the Chatham Health Alliance, the Chatham County Public Health Department (CCPHD), … more
Over the last four decades, Triangle Land Conservancy has worked to safeguard clean water, protect natural habitats, support local farms and food, and connect people with nature in the Triangle area. … more
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