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PITTSBORO — Earlier this year, a routine traffic stop along Jack Bennett Road led Roy Barnes to speak out about the need for police reform in Chatham County. That’s because Barnes, who’s … more
Last Thursday, more than 1,800 students were able to return to Chatham County Schools under Plan B, following the Board of Education’s Nov. 9 vote for students in 3rd-5th grade to return Nov. 19, … more
SILER CITY — For Janet Pulido and her extended family, Thanksgiving Day is normally one big party with food, dancing and — of course — drinking. It usually starts around 8 p.m. In bigger … more
SILER CITY — Lisa Fedele is on a mission to infuse Siler City with new culture and economic stimulus — and it’s all starting with her downtown coworking space. The Louisiana native moved to … more
Chatham’s votes from the Nov. 3 election are now almost finalized; recounts in the Dist. 5 commissioners’ race and the N.C. Supreme Court chief justice seat were completed Monday, and … 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
Every year, the Chatham Chamber of Commerce recognizes a selection of Chatham businesses and professionals who have made outstanding contributions to the community and excelled in their respective … more
The Chatham Chamber of Commerce held its annual meeting last Wednesday to commemorate a tumultuous year for businesses across the county and around the world. The program was prerecorded and … more
PITTSBORO — In a year where every nonprofit’s budget has been stretched, the Chatham Arts Council, in partnership with the North Carolina Arts Council, is excited to lend a helping hand by … more
SILER CITY — When Gudelia Santana Ubaldo asks her son to speak, he grabs her hand and gently touches his forehead to hers. “Dime Sammy, usa tus palabras,” she says, telling Sammy to use his … more
This week we celebrate the most quintessential of American holidays: Thanksgiving. We created it to proclaim the bounty and blessings of life to be shared with family, friends and even strangers … more
Editor’s note: All interviews for this story were conducted in Spanish. Few would dare to risk a career change during a pandemic that has suffocated America’s economy and left millions without … more
RALEIGH — Rep. Robert Reives II and Sen. Valerie Foushee, both Democrats, have retained their seats as Chatham County’s elected officials in the North Carolina state legislature. But as members … more
The cyber-attack which leveled the Chatham County government computer network three weeks ago — disconnecting phone lines and email services and prohibiting access to county records — could have … more
On her dad’s 92nd birthday, Liz Lahti spent half an hour with him through the window of his assisted living facility in Raleigh. The day marked a series of milestones beyond John Cabot Diller … more
Leslie Cox normally spends Thanksgiving Day hosting a gathering with upwards of 30 friends and family members. This year — as daily case counts of COVID-19 and deaths caused by the virus … 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
Chatham Connecting is an all-volunteer group which — through the chathamconnecting.org website — matches local organizations in need of volunteers with people who want to volunteer. This week, we … more
Preliminary data from the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction released last month seems to confirm what media organizations across the country have been reporting since the beginning of … more
There will be a barbecue fundraiser prepared by the Methodist Men of Meroney United Methodist Church on Saturday, November 21 from 9 a.m. to 12 noon at the church. Boston Butt … more
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