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Many students, parents and teachers are thrilled to be back, after being on a remote-learning track since last March. Still, with all the unknowns of the pandemic, some safety concerns remain. 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
Walgreens is set to become the county’s newest vaccine distributor, but it’s unclear when doses will arrive, according to the chain’s Chatham employees. The pharmacy titan … more
PITTSBORO — Pittsboro’s Kiwanis Park, located on Credle Street, will be getting a makeover thanks to longtime Chatham resident Patricia L. Johnson. Johnson was recognized last week by the … more
Meals on Wheels America has announced that the Chatham Council on Aging will receive a second grant to continue its work to assist older veterans with home modification and repair needs. The COA … more
Grammy-winner Mike Farris will help the Chatham County Council on Aging make Valentine’s Day extra special this year. At 4 p.m. on Valentine’s Day — Sunday, February 14th — the COA will … 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
During the current pandemic, there have been an unprecedented number of needs that have arisen. Unfortunately, the need for books in low-income homes is not a new thing. The ease of students … 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Editor’s note: Annie Taylor McCrimmon is the co-chairperson of the Chatham 250 Historical Content group, which is part of the larger effort to celebrate the 250th anniversary of Chatham’s … more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
The State Board of Education heard revisions to recommended K-12 social studies standards last Wednesday, with some Republican board members saying the “anti-American” standards will teach public … more
Gov. Roy Cooper “strongly urged” North Carolina public school districts to offer in-person instruction at a press conference on Tuesday, as the legislature and state superintendent … more
PITTSBORO — Council on Aging Director Dennis Streets and his team are among a large swath of Chathamites who have been laboring to serve county residents in new ways during the COVID-19 … more
Shelby Kreidick, 74, has been trying to get her coronavirus vaccine for weeks. The first calls she made were to UNC Health in Siler City, but she gave up when the UNC system’s automated … more
MONCURE — Duke Energy has unveiled a new coal ash recycling plant in Moncure, the third of such facilities around the state to open within the past few months. The Cape Fear Plant notified … more
Residents of Pittsboro’s North Woods community are petitioning the North Carolina Dept. of Transportation to amend its plans for the proposed North Chatham Park Way, which threatens to bisect … 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
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