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  PITTSBORO — The Chatham County Public Health Department (CCPHD) will host a COVID-19 mass vaccination clinic on Monday, January 25, at the Chatham County Agriculture and … more
County to designate February as ‘We Love Seniors’ month The Chatham County Board of Commissioners was set to designate February as “We Love Seniors” month in Chatham County … more
A new sermon series, “God Wins,” a line-by-line explanatory look at the book of Revelation, will be held at Mays Chapel Baptist Church each Sunday at 10 a.m. with … more
Chatham County’s tax office — like similar offices in North Carolina’s other 100 counties — keeps a close eye on tax receipts. Those collected funds, after all, provide the largest share of … more
PITTSBORO — The Chatham County Board of Education named Tripp Crayton as the first principal of Seaforth High School on Wednesday, effective Feb. 15.  Seaforth, set to open next fall to … more
State Senator Valerie Foushee was at home on Jan. 6 — isolating in place like she has for most of the last year — when she turned on the news to a scene unlike anything she’d seen … more
Twenty-year-old Siler City resident Ruben Ocelot wants to see the federal government pass immigration reform more than any other legislation — and now that Joe Biden’s taking the reins of the … more
The State Board of Education approved on Jan. 7 a request asking the U.S. Dept. of Education to not hold N.C. schools and districts accountable for this year’s state exams. If approved, that … more
PITTSBORO — The Chatham County Board of Commissioners met last week for its two-day budget retreat, discussing the current fiscal year and a preliminary outlook for next year’s budget. … more
It’s been nearly five years since her son, Zafer Estill, died, but this year, Tami Schwerin still put up his stocking, along with her Christmas tree. Her family labored over what to put in the … more
Cambridge Hills completed its first round of COVID-19 vaccinations Thursday. Before we get to that, can you talk about any changes in operations and procedures you’ve had since our last discussion, and how you’ve managed to prevent COVID infections at Cambridge? more
With the bulk of assessed 2020 property taxes already collected and in the county’s coffers, Chatham County Tax Administrator Jenny Williams and her staff at the county’s tax offices are in the … more
PITTSBORO — After a brief absence from Pittsboro’s restaurant scene, Maria and Greg Lewis, the former owners of the Pittsboro Roadhouse, are back at it with a new fining dining experience: The … more
The Chatham County Public Health Department is updating its vaccine distribution plans to align with Gov. Roy Cooper’s modified eligibility requirements as announced by the N.C. Dept. of Health and … more
RALEIGH — North Carolina’s General Assembly gathered last Wednesday to launch the 2021 session in which legislators from both sides of the aisle hope to lead the state away from 2020’s … more
Newly installed Chief Justice Paul Newby of the North Carolina Supreme Court issued revised emergency directives for court procedures last week that will likely affect legal proceedings in Chatham … more
PITTSBORO — Just off Jones Ferry Road along the outskirts of Pittsboro, a Mexican food truck served dinner right outside Cedar Grove United Methodist Church’s front porch last Thursday as … more
The night before my grandpa died, I told a close friend at the end of our nearly two-hour phone call that I wasn’t too sad that his passing was likely imminent. Just 10 hours later, my mom … more
PITTSBORO — Pittsboro could have clean drinking water within about a year, according to water treatment experts, but only if the town’s board of commissioners act later this month to approve … more
SILER CITY — Updated analysis of Siler City’s economic trends and job market health paints a troubling picture of fiscal instability, according to recent data from a team of experts at the North … more
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