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PITTSBORO — A piece of campaign literature produced and distributed by the Political Action Committee PIttsboro for the People has raised concerns from candidates, current commissioners and … more
View all of the candidate questionnaires for the 2019 municipal elections. more
NEWS BRIEFS Galloway Ridge wins Beacon Award for ‘Best in Wellness’ PITTSBORO — Galloway Ridge has won the 2019 ICAA NuStep Beacon Award, which recognizes and honors the Top 25 “Best … more
This year’s election for the mayor of Siler City seems to rest, at least for the candidates, on the record of the current mayor. more
SNOW CAMP — Years before brothers Dean and Starr Jones left their native Alamance County for the West Coast to pursue careers in the film industry, Hollywood came to them. more
PITTSBORO — There’s no Confederate statue or monument outside the Chatham County Agricultural and Conference Center in Pittsboro. The monument at the center of local discussion was about a … more
PITTSBORO — A statewide news organization is co-hosting a forum on hunger in Pittsboro later this month. The Carolina Public Press, a nonprofit investigative reporting outlet based in Asheville, … more
The Siler City Downtown Advisory Board presented its recommendations for several improvements to downtown Oct. 7 at the Siler City Board of Commissioners’ regular board meeting. more
PITTSBORO — The beginning of a new school year is, for Chatham County Schools, at least, an opportunity to recognize those who worked in excellence the previous year. During the last two … more
Albert R. Reddick Date/place of birth: September 7, 1946, in Brunswick County, N.C. Current occupation: President & CEO, Becoming One Enrichment & Diversity Center, Inc.; Substitute … more
This year, attendees of the Chatham Literacy’s Fall for Literacy Luncheon found something unusual at each of their tables: a small collection of small, rusty nails. Why the nails? To honor keynote speaker Jaki Shelton Green, North Carolina’s 2019 poet laureate and a celebrated social activist and instructor within Duke University’s department of Documentary Studies. more
PITTSBORO — The Pittsboro Board of Commissioners voted unanimously Monday to enter into a contract with CDM Smith to begin testing water treatment equipment at Pittsboro’s water treatment plant … more
SILER CITY — Mountaire Farms continues to seek closure of a portion of East Third Street in Siler City. Last October, Mountaire Farms, a Delaware-based poultry processing company which opened a … more
Jacklin Adams Date/place of birth: 1958, Gardena, California Current occupation: Business owner and chef, Oasis Open Air Market and Oasis Fresh Market and Deli Campaign … more
John F. Grimes Date/place of birth: 3/15/1943, Salisbury, N.C. Current occupation: Mayor of Siler City Campaign website/social media: facebook.com/mayorjohngrimes Education and work … more
The Chatham County government has more than 15 boards and task forces by which it gets citizen and expert input on various topics, and at any given time, there’s at least one vacancy on multiple … more
The Triangle J Council of Governments is something like the United Nations. It’s a gathering of government representatives, seeking the best for their hometown, city or county while working together to make the region a better place. more
SILER CITY ­— A new, bold candy-apple red fire engine has joined the Siler City Fire Department’s fleet. Engine 912, custom-built in Wisconsin, replaces “Old Yellow,” an engine in use … more
SILER CITY — A Siler City woman and her daughter were killed last month in a vehicle collision in Siler City. Lucille Currie, 87, of Siler City, and Cherry Scotton Marsh, 63, of Snow Camp, died … more
SILER CITY — Hundreds of cyclists made their way to Siler City and stayed the night t as part of the annual Cycle North Carolina event Oct. 1 and 2. Stopping in Chatham County for the first … more
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