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Lowery joined the community relations department of Mountaire Farms, the nation’s sixth largest poultry company, in July 2019. Mountaire employs about 10,000 employees across five states ... more
Stolen Chatham County government files posted online following an Oct. 28 ransomware attack contain personal information — including data such as Social Security and bank account numbers … more
Editor’s note: Below is the full text of a statement released by Chatham County in regards to its Oct. 28 ransomware attacked — which county officials have, until recently, described as a … more
Stolen Chatham County government files posted online following an Oct. 28 ransomware attack contain personal information — including data such as Social Security and bank account numbers … more
Cooper’s announcement does not guarantee that school staff can receive a vaccine starting the 24th, across the state or in Chatham. That date represents when the state has said ... more
This week, the News + Record checked in with Bridges to see how his first month as superintendent has gone, how he's adapting to the pandemic and what his goals are for his time at CCS. more
SILER CITY — Siler City leaders inched closer on Thursday toward drafting a strategic plan that may dictate the town’s future economic development. The town’s 11-person Economic Development … more
SILER CITY — “Help us to be proactive, not reactive” — that was the common request from town department heads at Siler City’s annual budget retreat on Saturday. “I think in the past, … more
SILER CITY — In a bid to stir ongoing downtown revitalization and attract more residents, the town has partnered with UNC School of Government’s Development Finance Initiative to investigate … more
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
Editor’s note: The News + Record partnered with Abundance NC and other groups to create “Neighbor2Neighbor” last spring to connect Chatham residents in need with Chatham residents who have the … 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
During Black History Month, the News + Record is featuring discussions about issues related to the African American experience in our Chatham Chats. This week, we speak with Mary Nettles of the … 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
Sensitive data files stolen following Chatham County’s Oct. 28 governmental “cyber incident” have been posted online by the criminal enterprise responsible, the News + Record has learned. 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
SILER CITY — When Siler City resident Perla Ayala was younger, her family often encouraged her to consider three specific careers. Her older sister suggested nursing or cosmetology, while her … more
Kimrey Rhinehardt was a young girl when a Newsweek cover story changed her life. “There was this article that came out,” recalled the Chatham County business owner, “and it said that women … more
When Valencia Toomer became principal of Horton Middle School in June of 2016, she knew she wanted to find a way to celebrate the school’s namesake. By the following February, George Moses Horton … more
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