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SILER CITY — After a month-long break, three Siler City churches’ weekly food bank started back up Tuesday morning in First Missionary Baptist Church’s parking lot — all thanks to a fresh … more
PITTSBORO — The Chatham County Public Health Department (CCPHD) and several community partners worked together to vaccinate 407 individuals against COVID-19 on Monday at the Chatham County … more
New research published by The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Tuesday urged schools to reopen, saying “the preponderance of available evidence” indicated schools could carry … more
As students and colleges alike adapt to a college admissions process in the wake of a global pandemic, the organization that produces the SAT announced last Tuesday it would no longer offer subject … more
Chatham County government’s debt, when measured on a per-capita basis, is among the highest in the state — worsened by an almost-year-long pandemic. But those debt figures unfairly … more
A group of North Carolina lawmakers, led in part by state Sen. Valerie Foushee, will push for the N.C. General Assembly to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment to the Constitution during the 2021 … more
PITTSBORO — The town’s board of commissioners entertained a series of discussion points in its Monday night meeting, but made no major decisions in the absence of Mayor Jim Nass and Commissioner … more
SILER CITY — At least half of Siler City residents are unhappy with the town’s economic development, according to survey results from the N.C. Main Street & Rural Planning Center, a subset of … more
With a recently announced extension of the Paycheck Protection Program to roll out $284 billion in relief funds to businesses hard hit by the ongoing pandemic, the News + Record is looking back at … more
The COVID-19 pandemic hasn’t stopped one annual tradition: Girl Scout Cookie season. The 2021 selling campaign has begun, so this week we speak with Kathryn-Marie D. Gregory, Girl Scouts’ … more
Today, Jairo McMican distinguishes himself as “Blacktino,” an identity that encompasses Black Latin Americans, but he didn’t always. Growing up, the 47-year-old McMican struggled to carve … 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
SILER CITY — In its regular meeting last Tuesday — adjusted to accommodate the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday — Siler City’s board of commissioners evaluated dozens of amendments to the … more
PITTSBORO — The Chatham County Schools Board of Education named Tripp Crayton as the first principal of Seaforth High School last Wednesday, effective Feb. 15. Seaforth, set to open this fall … more
Mike Zelek, the director of Chatham County’s Public Health Department, and his staff have been working non-stop to provide information to county residents about the vaccine ... more
PITTSBORO — Four years ago, Jamaria Faucette took a leap of faith when she joined the Northwood JV women’s basketball team as a freshman. And early on, she regretted it. When Faucette subbed … more
MARTHA’S CHAPEL CHRISTIAN CHURCH - Cancelation Martha’s Chapel Christian Church has cancelled its Gospel Singing set for the evening of Saturday, January 30 due to the ongoing risks of … more
SILER CITY — The possibility of establishing a memorandum of understanding with Liberty University sparked coruscating debate between Siler City commissioners and other town leaders during the … more
SILER CITY — Following weeks of mail delays related to the holidays, a COVID-19 outbreak at the Siler City Post Office is causing major staffing shortages and mailing delays, according to … more
A letter signed by 50 high school staff members and sent to Chatham County Schools’ Board of Education members expresses “grave” concerns over the safety of hybrid in-person … more
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