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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
SILER CITY — The town’s board of commissioners divided most of its time on Monday between discussions about planning ordinance revision proposals and adjustments to teacher evaluation and pay … more
“Which part of Mexico are you from, Alirio?” a well-intentioned colleague of mine asked me about 20 years ago. I laughed inside. I’m from a mountainous city in Colombia called Bucaramanga. more
Education Briefs: Week of Nov. 19 Chatham County Schools increasing internet access with bus Wi-Fi PITTSBORO — Chatham County Schools has equipped 42 Chatham County Schools buses with Wi-Fi … more
After a long, tumultuous election season, Chatham County’s Board of Elections has completed the brunt of its work, but rampant misinformation ­— mostly disseminated and shared on social … more
As heated election rhetoric cast dark clouds over U.S.-China relations, a silver lining is emerging for North Carolina farmers. If you have any doubts something historic is happening, get this: … more
Retailers in Pittsboro have big plans for Small Business Saturday, a shopping holiday held each year the Saturday after Thanksgiving. This week, we speak with members of the Pittsboro Business … more
Communities in Schools Chatham County, a non-profit delinquency prevention organization which provides a network of support for local students, has received $25,000 in funding from Duke Energy as … more
CHAPEL HILL — The older you get, the better you were. That’s a running joke on the United States senior softball circuit, where injuries come and linger in bunches, the legs you swore … more
As prep volleyball and cross country competitions resumed across the state, NCHSAA commissioner Que Tucker held a news conference Monday to deliver a final rallying cry to everyone … more
The Chatham Chamber of Commerce’s annual meeting is set for Nov. 18. It’ll be held via a virtual platform this year, from 10 to 11:30 a.m., with the theme “Entrepreneurship and … more
After a general election in which nearly every race went blue in Chatham, Chatham County’s Board of Commissioners will now be completely represented by Democrats. Incumbents Karen Howard and … more
SILER CITY — Franklin Gomez Flores has been climbing over obstacles and breaking barriers since he was 5 years old. Now 26, he’s just broken through a major one: he’s set to become Chatham … more
News Briefs, 11-12-20 Chatham County 4-H members finish strong in virtual Farm Credit Showmanship Circuit The annual 4-H Farm Credit Showmanship Circuit, sponsored by Carolina Farm Credit and … more
SILER CITY — The Hispanic Liaison’s oldest volunteer, Elena Gonzalez, just became its newest employee. A former assistant nutritionist at Siler City Elementary, Gonzalez, 61, started on Oct. … more
The faces on the Chatham County Schools Board of Education will stay the same after incumbent candidates Melissa Hlavac and David Hamm comfortably maintained their seats on election night — Hlavac … more
Before the COVID-19 pandemic swept across the United States and the world, the mental health of America’s youth was a focal point for public health professionals, including those in Chatham County. … more
If your family and friends can’t visit you over this holiday season, then consider “opening your door” anyway by joining Chatham Literacy’s “Holiday Door Decorating Event.” Here’s … more
PITTSBORO — Chatham officials say the “cyber incident” which affected the county government’s network on Oct. 28 is still under investigation. “Chatham County’s Management and … more
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