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For the past month, lay health advisor Maria Herrera has spent over six hours each week knocking on doors in Love’s Creek to share COVID-19 information, resolve doubts and help her neighbors get vaccinated. more
PITTSBORO — The Chatham County Board of Education named Lemondré Watson as the new principal of Pittsboro Elementary School at its meeting Monday. more
School board, superintendent formally apologize to students, parents hurt by mock ‘slave auction’ at J.S. Waters  BY Keith T. Barber News + Record Correspondent PITTSBORO … more
SILER CITY — The Siler City Immigrant Community Advisory Committee shared subcommittee updates and identified several Building Integrated Communities strategies to explore this year during its … more
SILER CITY ­— In a short Monday meeting, commissioners unanimously approved a contract for an interim town manager following manager Roy Lynch’s resignation in January. 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
The filing period for this year’s elections re-opened at 8 a.m. today. A number of potential candidates in local races — including Chatham Sheriff, Chatham County Board of Education and state legislative races — have told the News + Record they plan to file. Here’s the latest list of candidates who have declared: 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
The Chatham County Board of Education approved a policy change allowing optional masking inside all school buildings beginning March 7 during a special meeting last Thursday. more
SILER CITY — A little over a year after its formation, Chatham’s lone homelessness-centric organization, Love Chatham, is gearing up to launch its next big project: an emergency housing initiative offering temporary shelter to those in need. more
PITTSBORO — Starting a fresh week of school can challenge any student, but on one recent Monday, a 16-year-old Northwood High School student faced the biggest challenge of her life. more
On Feb. 1, Ilsen Lopez took up a position as Communities In Schools’ first bilingual student support specialist in Chatham Middle School, a role in which she said she hopes to offer students the support she wished she’d had when she was in school. 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
PITTSBORO — Robert Logan is now officially the interim commissioner for District 4 after being sworn in by retired Judge Carl Fox during the Chatham County Board of Commissioners meeting Monday night. more
Jennie Knowlton, founder and executive director of The Quiltmaker Café, began her first nonprofit journey early last year, along with her husband, David, and daughter, Elizabeth. Having … more
PITTSBORO — Chatham County Schools parent Jessica Winger formally announced her candidacy for the district’s Dist. 3 Board of Education seat last Wednesday, after first announcing her intended run during the public comments portion at last Monday’s board meeting. 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
Now a second-semester senior, Evelin Muñoz Tebalan has been selected as one of 411 semifinalists nationwide for the prestigious Cooke College Scholarship. more
SILER CITY — The Siler City Immigrant Community Advisory Committee appointed members to its five subcommittees and discussed a timeline for realizing the town’s Building Integrated Communities plan during its monthly meeting last Tuesday. more
PITTSBORO — In a contentious 3-2 vote Monday night, the Chatham County Schools Board of Education began a gradual transition to optional masking “on or about March 7,” dependent on … more
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