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PITTSBORO — The town’s board of commissioners swore in a new police chief on Monday before addressing matters of land development and honoring the late mayor of Siler City, John F. … more
Just days remain before the polls close on Nov. 3. But chances are, if you planned to vote during this election season, you’ve already cast your ballot. As of Tuesday morning, 34,737 Chatham … more
PITTSBORO — Duke University researchers presented their findings from a study of PFAS contamination in Pittsboro’s drinking supply at a virtual town hall meeting on Saturday. Their conclusion: … more
SILER CITY — Ashleigh Glover could have gone to Chapel Hill or Cary or Apex to start her career as a mental health counselor. Quite frankly, it would have been a lot easier. But that … more
SILER CITY — Just 12 days after Chatham Charter School began phasing in a return to in-person learning, the school has paused all face-to-face instruction and athletic workouts through at least … more
PITTSBORO — The Pittsboro Water Quality Task Force — a 17-person team of experts assembled by the town’s board of commissioners last November to assess “unregulated contaminants in the Haw River and the appropriate response thereto” — has finalized its report and submitted a recommended action plan to the town. more
PENSACOLA, Florida — Florida’s governor and cabinet have honored late Army Brigadier General Michael (Mike) Lambert Ferguson, a Pensacola native, the for Induction to the Florida Veterans Hall Of … more
Lars Dolder, who has been working as a correspondent for the News + Record — producing feature stories and covering news events — has joined the newspaper’s staff as a full-time … more
PITTSBORO — The Chatham County Board of Commissioners decided nearly four hours into its regular session meeting on Monday to delay a vote on a request on behalf of NNP-Briar Chapel LLC for its … more
CHAPEL HILL — Ah, wait a second for the WiFi connection. NANJING, CHINA — That’s better. Confused? Well, you don’t know the half of it. The pandemic has turned some Chinese students’ … more
SILER CITY — Rhythmic drum beats reverberate throughout Siler City. Flags, banners, big tents and throngs of people swarm two blocks of North Chatham Avenue and East 2nd Street. Women and girls of … more
An ICE officer-in-training stopped me in Denver on my way back from Mexico City this month. It was a familiar and unwanted routine: Because of my travel history and my frequent trips to Mexico to … more
RALEIGH — Chatham parents and teachers looking to get a leg up on virtual learning can attend a free, half-day conference offering strategies, resources and tutorials next Wednesday, Oct. … more
The coronavirus pandemic continues around the world, but here at home a focal point in the battle has been Chatham Hospital in Siler City. This week, we speak with Dr. Andrew C. Hannapel, Chatham … more
Gov. Roy Cooper extended N.C.’s Phase 3 Wednesday for another three weeks, keeping existing restrictions — including limiting mass gatherings to 25 people indoors and 50 outdoors — … more
While lingering concern over potential voter intimidation will likely persist through Nov. 3, early in-person and mail-in voting in Chatham County has, so far, been a resounding success — a credit … more
Two incumbent Chatham County officials, Register of Deeds Lunday A. Riggsbee and Soil and Water Conservation District Supervisor J. Lynn Mann, are running uncontested in this year’s … more
While school boards have certainly always made important decisions, in recent months they’ve stepped into a larger, more harsh spotlight — deciding about re-opening schools in communities where … more
Last February, demonstrators donning Confederate flags and apparel gathered outside the Chatham County Agriculture and Conference Center in Pittsboro — one of the county’s one-stop primary early … more
SILER CITY — The Siler City Police Department held a brief ceremony last Wednesday to present its officers with new badges. It was a small gesture symbolic of systemic changes within the agency and … more
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