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PITTSBORO ­— Pittsboro instituted an indoor masking requirement two weeks ago, becoming the only Chatham municipality to pass such ordinance since Governor Roy Cooper’s statewide restriction … more
SILER CITY — Wren Farrar’s vision for Siler City’s renaissance is finally crystallizing after years of planning behind the scenes. The great-grandson of L.L. Wren — one of Siler City’s … more
SILER CITY — The Siler City Board of Commissioners hosted a special meeting Monday to guarantee an option for $14.5 million in loan money to fund wastewater infrastructure enhancement. The board … more
PITTSBORO — Mosaic, a mixed-used development under construction at Chatham Park, has made quiet but steady progress through the pandemic and will reach several landmarks over coming months, … more
PITTSBORO — To commemorate the arrival of several new tenants and completion of its event forum, Mosaic at Chatham Park will host a series of free concerts and makers markets over the first three … more
PITTSBORO — The Pittsboro board of commissioners approved a rezoning request Monday for more than 700 acres, which will likely be developed as a new age-restricted neighborhood. more
PITTSBORO — Pittsboro has re-instituted an indoor mask mandate, mirroring similar action from municipalities and counties across North Carolina.  The restriction, which began at 5 p.m. … more
Climate change is a nebulous dilemma; its ramifications can seem obscure. But there’s at least one tangible effect that will make most Americans shudder: coffee supplies are drying up. “U.S. … more
PITTSBORO — BMC brewing, the newest addition to The Plant on Lorax Lane in Pittsboro, hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony last Sunday, finally opening two years after its owners set out to join the … more
SILER CITY — Siler City could invest more than $50 million in its water infrastructure over the next 20 years for general repairs and expansion. more
Jonathan Hensley, a lifelong Goldston resident, is Goldston's only registered candidate and will likely replace Mayor Tim Cunnup, who is stepping aside after nearly 30 years in town politics. more
PITTSBORO — Pittsboro’s new Boys & Girls Club has hired an executive director and will officially open to area youth in October. Last month, the club achieved a critical, minimum funding … more
In Monday’s regular meeting of Pittsboro’s board of commissioners, Mayor Pro Tem Pamela Baldwin advocated for instituting an indoor mask mandate in response to accelerating proliferation of COVID-19’s aggressive delta variant. more
Siler City’s fire department has been awarded one of the state’s best fire suppression ratings, an evaluation which represents the department’s general preparedness and can decrease property insurance costs across town. more
GOLDSTON — Tim Cunnup, Goldston’s mayor for more than two decades, will not seek reelection in November, he confirmed to the News + Record. His decision to step back from the town’s highest … more
AD Tubi was founded in Italy in 1997. CEO Andrea Degano started the company after more than 20 years of learning the industry from the ground up. Since then, AD Tubi products have made their way around the world, but the company has only recently increased its U.S. footprint. more
The board of commissioners hosted a public hearing last Tuesday to amend sections of the town’s unified development ordinance and authorized town staff to begin repairs on Fifth Street. more
RALEIGH — North Carolina’s General Assembly and governor appear closer to passing a comprehensive state budget than they’ve been in four years, but reports of renewed bipartisanship … more
I’m not sure if it was an ironic or suggestive decision by U.S. lawmakers, but most federal unemployment benefits expired on Labor Day. About 1 million North Carolinians, roughly one-fifth of … more
PITTSBORO — Pittsboro’s Small Cafe B and B (formally The Small B&B Cafe) has new owners with ambitious plans to infuse the quaint, downtown eatery with flavors from around the world. … more
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