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More students in Chatham will return to in-person learning under Plan B over the next month, the Chatham County Schools Board of Education decided at its regular meeting Monday night. After a … more
As positive coronavirus cases surge across the United States, the NCHSAA on Thursday announced a significant pivot for Monday’s volleyball season: a mask mandate for everyone, athletes … more
North Carolina will probably be the last state in the country to release its final election tallies. By then, its verdict on the presidential election will be a moot point. The once-pivotal swing … more
PITTSBORO — Two days after the most contentious Election Day of modern times, Chatham County community members converged on Pittsboro’s St. Bartholomew’s Episcopal Church with a markedly … more
Chatham County, uniquely nestled between North Carolina’s Democrat-dominant Triangle and Republican-heavy western rural areas, is a telling microcosm of political strife and value-based … more
PITTSBORO — The town’s board of commissioners dedicated most of its Monday meeting to a public hearing on suggested wastewater treatment system improvements from Raleigh’s The Wooten Company, … more
An historic election season is drawing to a close in Chatham County as unofficial results countywide suggest a Democratic sweep in contested races. Democratic candidates in every major category … more
Several Wake educators offered free remote learning advice and resources to struggling Spanish-speaking parents last Wednesday during a free, half-day conference broadcast across North … more
The “cyber incident” which knocked out Chatham County government’s computer network, telephones and email on Oct. 28 is still ongoing nearly a week later — with the source of the breach still … more
Across the country, racial disparities in birth outcomes reflect a large health inequity — one that means Black women and infants are dying from preventable pregnancy-related complications at … more
When Chatham County Schools first asked its employees in a September survey how they felt about returning to in-person learning during the COVID-19 pandemic, 41% did not feel comfortable … more
News briefs, 11-5-20 NAACP sets procedures for branch vote The Chatham Community NAACP Branch #5377 has announced its voting procedures for this year’s office re-election. The voting format … more
PITTSBORO — During a regular session Monday night, the Chatham County Board of Commissioners discussed future building projects as well as last week’s cyber attack on Chatham County’s … more
RALEIGH — Parents and educators across North Carolina attended a free half-day conference last Wednesday that provided them with remote learning strategies, resources and tutorials. The … more
Will Ridenour has been a full-time professional musician, specializing in folkloric percussion from numerous international traditions, since 2006. Not only does Ridenour make and perform music, he … more
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As a nurse for 26 years and school nurse at Chatham County Schools for 14, Melissa Lassen has seen a lot of health crises in the country during her tenure: the 2009 swine flu, Salmonella and even … more
And so the regular season begins. Wednesday marked the first day of the North Carolina High School Athletic Association’s 2020-21 sports calendar, as member schools across the state began … more
SILER CITY — Ebenezer Christian Children’s Home, a non-profit organization that operates residential child-care facilities, has unveiled a new children’s home called Grace Haven, the … more
When polls closed Tuesday night in every precinct around the country, it marked the end to a historic voting season — but the election process is far from over. Widespread concerns about voter … more
SILER CITY — The board of commissioners resolved several town planning amendment proposals before evaluating plans to spend federally-awarded coronavirus relief funds at its Monday night … more
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