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Jaime Detzi is the Executive Director of the Chatham Education Foundation. Jaime has a passion for public education and seeks to support local students through her job at CEF and other volunteer … more
As Chatham County provost, Mark Hall serves as Central Carolina Community College’s executive administrator in Chatham. A North Carolina native, Hall’s life and career path have taken him all … more
About Stephanie Watkins-Cruz: A native of North Carolina, Watkins-Cruz currently works as a Policy Analyst in the Chatham County Manager’s Office. A graduate of UNC Asheville, along with a dual … more
In a world that’s become more and more digital, Rita Van Duinen is part of a team working to make sure Chatham County’s public libraries remain relevant and useful. This week, we speak with Van … more
About Pandora Paschal: A native of Chatham County, Paschal is Chatham County’s director of elections for the Chatham County Board of Elections. A graduate of Chatham Central, Paschal attended … more
Summer is officially a few weeks away, but Pittsboro Youth Theater’s summer program is moving into full swing. This week, we speak with PYT’s Tammy Matthews, who has more than 25 years of … more
A native of North Carolina, Brewer lives in northwest Chatham County and works as the 4-H Youth Development Extension Agent for Chatham’s N.C. Cooperative Extension. more
SILER CITY — With a crowd estimated by its organizer at around only 50, the Milo Holt Western Festival, held Saturday, failed to meet expectations. Linda Lehman, who has spearheaded the festival … more
Fun and uproariously funny, “Booksmart” strikingly follows the same formula as “Superbad” except reframed for overachieving girls. It’s set during the latter high school days of a nebbish … more
Chatham@Work with Lindsay Ray, clerk to the Chatham County Board of Commissioners and assistant to the County Manager more
The “John Wick” series carries the patina of a neo-film noir, but its real roots lie in westerns. It’s fitting, then, that as “John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum” allows the violent … more
Nutrition is always important, but even more imporant as we age. That’s the message from Chatham County’s Council on Aging. This week, we speak with Melanie Girard, the COA’s Development & … more
In a job she describes as sometimes feeling like a contest of “whack-a-mole,” Alyssa Byrd serves as president of Chatham Economic Development Corporation. She leads operations for the … more
There’s an entire subset of Seth Rogen’s film canon in which he plays schlubs who find themselves in romantic relationships with attractive women beyond their station. It began with … more
The economic disparities in different regions of Chatham County are well-documented. On May 15, “One Chatham” — a community conversation about the issue and a look at ways to bridge the … more
ABOUT AARON HALL: Raleigh native Aaron Hall now calls Pittsboro home. He produces “Taj Talk” and hosts the Chatham County Round Up on WCHL radio and works as president of TaJ Media Productions. … more
CHaTham ch@t | Susan hardy, Chatham county council on aging Chatham County has one of the fastest-growing aging populations in North Carolina. That’s creating an entire population of children … more
Growth and development in Pittsboro and northern Chatham may get the bulk of the attention in Chatham County, but what about Siler City? Town Planner Jack Meadows will testify — by virtue of stacks … more
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