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Attacks on personal data have intensified worldwide amid the coronavirus pandemic, and Chatham is no exception. Especially since the cyberattack on Oct. 28 — a network infiltration which … more
When North Carolina first began rolling out vaccinations, Chatham resident Linda Smith thought it would be easy to get an appointment. She quickly found out otherwise. Smith, 70, signed up … more
Across Chatham, many educators like Dobbin are finding creative ways to celebrate and teach Black History Month this year, even with the challenges presented by remote and hybrid learning. Horton Middle School will celebrate its fifth celebration of George Moses Horton Day on Friday at the school. There have been choral studies of music by Black composers, timelines and bulletins in the hallway and classroom activities honoring Black heroes and figures. more
PITTSBORO — The Chatham County Schools Board of Education voted 3-2 against phasing in Plan A for EC and K-5 students during a specially called meeting Tuesday night. Board members Jane … more
Severe weather across the country has forced several Chatham vaccine providers to reschedule vaccinations and may slow down vaccine appointments next week. The Chatham County Public Health … more
CHAPEL HILL — The Woods Charter School Board unanimously approved the school administration team’s staggered plan for offering in-person learning under Plan B on Thursday, with the first … more
As vaccine distribution efforts accelerate across the state and around the world, minority populations remain woefully underrepresented among the inoculated population. In North Carolina, recent … more
PITTSBORO — Vicki McConnell, Chatham County’s deputy manager and finance director, will retire Feb. 19, after 45 years of service with the county — a feat honored by Chatham commissioners with … more
CCCC’s Jon Spoon recently stepped into a new position as the director of continuing education — a move that will revitalize the college’s continuing education program and allow work typically … more
Chatham Arts Council PITTSBORO — Is there a profession that can help elicit joy, help us express ourselves, and strengthen the very community in which we live, work, and play? Quite simply, yes. … more
Since the academic school year began in July, there have been 84 resignations or retirements at Chatham County Schools, according to approved personnel agendas, with 56 of those taking place after … more
SILER CITY — The town’s board of commissioners honored a former member at its Monday meeting before examining potential modification to its sewer infrastructure and agreeing to proceed with city … more
PITTSBORO — When Grace Leonard stumbled upon the journalism class that produces the Northwood Omniscient, she didn’t know much of anything about journalism or communications. Two years of … more
Many Chatham vaccine providers don’t require ID to ensure that it’s not a barrier to vaccination — a decision which could allow some to misrepresent their eligibility and “jump the … more
PITTSBORO — Antitrust legislation has made global headlines in recent months with free market advocates decrying big company domination of the technology and information industries. But a … more
SILER CITY — November’s election season was historic and unusual as COVID-19 restrictions forced nationwide protocol adjustments. But 2021’s election season may be similarly … more
News Briefs FSA offering additional assistance for contract growers The Farm Service Agency (FSA) will provide additional assistance through the Coronavirus Food Assistance Program 2 (CFAP2), … more
Editor’s note: In this first of a series, the News + Record looks at Chatham’s intricate water utility system — how the county develops and maintains water infrastructure, and how it plans to … more
CARY — A Chatham County swimmer made history in Cary last week, etching her name into record books and sewing her name onto a banner. And yet, she still isn’t satisfied. Jennah Fadely, a … more
SILER CITY — Growing up, Virginia “Vicky” Tobar had always wanted to be a school nurse. She’d even started studying to be one in the early 2000s, too — at least until Jordan-Matthews High … more
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