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SANFORD — Caring for people around him has always been a top priority for Andrew Sescilla. Now, the former Central Carolina Community College student will make that pursuit his life’s work as … more
PITTSBORO — Town leaders are working hard to address Pittsboro’s pervasive water contamination issues, but the price for clean water keeps going up. Pittsboro’s water supply, drawn from the … more
News Briefs Library hosts ‘Tahira’ for Black History Month In celebration of Black History Month, Chatham Community Library will present the virtual performance, Tahira: Storytelling with a … more
SILER CITY — With nearly a month of in-person hybrid learning under its belt, Chatham Charter School is planning the second phase of its return to campus, with all of K-5 set to return to Plan A by … more
Editor’s note: Dave and Dot Walker of Chatham County celebrated their 75th anniversary on January 19th. Bob Wachs, the News + Record’s retired managing editor, visited the couple at their home in … more
PITTSBORO  — The board is set to meet in two weeks to review specific scenarios — including the fully in-person Plan A option — and said it would work with the district on Tuesday to decide on a date for that meeting. more
PITTSBORO — There was a point at the beginning of Chatham County government’s recovery from a devastating Oct. 28 cyber incident that Dan LaMontagne found himself relegated to performing … more
Chatham County courts will remain under tight COVID-19 restrictions despite state Supreme Court Chief Justice Paul Newby’s loosening of statewide emergency directives earlier this month, Resident … more
SILER CITY — The town board of commissioners stepped through a series of resolutions and amendments in its regular meeting on Monday, which also saw public comments from a disgruntled resident and … more
Editor’s note: Annie Taylor McCrimmon is the co-chairperson of the Chatham 250 Historical Content group, which is part of the larger effort to celebrate the 250th anniversary of Chatham’s … more
News briefs COA presents ‘Memoir Scribes’ All our life stories deserve to be told, written, and remembered. Now, Memoir Scribes will help you write yours. The Chatham Council on … more
The Chatham County Board of Commissioners has approved two items to the memorandum of understanding for Chatham Promise, allowing for some credit requirement exemptions in the case of … more
A light dusting of snow brought about the first snow day of 2021 on Thursday, but most Chatham students still went to school, albeit remotely. In a world using many more remote learning tools and … more
SILER CITY — After a month-long break, three Siler City churches’ weekly food bank started back up Tuesday morning in First Missionary Baptist Church’s parking lot — all thanks to a fresh … more
New research published by The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Tuesday urged schools to reopen, saying “the preponderance of available evidence” indicated schools could carry … more
As students and colleges alike adapt to a college admissions process in the wake of a global pandemic, the organization that produces the SAT announced last Tuesday it would no longer offer subject … more
A group of North Carolina lawmakers, led in part by state Sen. Valerie Foushee, will push for the N.C. General Assembly to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment to the Constitution during the 2021 … more
PITTSBORO — The town’s board of commissioners entertained a series of discussion points in its Monday night meeting, but made no major decisions in the absence of Mayor Jim Nass and Commissioner … more
SILER CITY — At least half of Siler City residents are unhappy with the town’s economic development, according to survey results from the N.C. Main Street & Rural Planning Center, a subset of … more
With a recently announced extension of the Paycheck Protection Program to roll out $284 billion in relief funds to businesses hard hit by the ongoing pandemic, the News + Record is looking back at … more
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