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SILER CITY — Siler City’s board of commissioners considered several potential amendments to town ordinances, an update on coronavirus relief funds and the option to adjust its future meeting time … more
PITTSBORO — Coworking sites across the country are shuttering as pandemic restrictions and social wariness over shared spaces discourage new membership. But Pittsboro’s Perch Coworking is … more
SILER CITY — As a carrier technician with the United States Postal Service for 21 years, Stephen Suslik has had his fair share of experience with hazards postal workers know well: dogs on the loose … more
SILER CITY — John Grimes, a champion of Siler City who saw success in business and as an elected official, has died at the age of 77.   He’d served as mayor since 2013, … more
SILER CITY — Jordan-Matthews graduate David Gonzalez Hernandez received a “full ride” to attend UNC Greensboro — an achievement he said he owed in large part to Orgullo Latinx Pride, the … more
PITTSBORO — To date, more than 12,000 Chatham County residents have been mailed absentee ballots. With early voting beginning Thursday, Oct. 15, it’s a reminder that election day is less than … more
SILER CITY — Evelin Karina Barrera, 35, remembers the first three months of remote learning as one giant stress headache. She has three children attending Virginia Cross Elementary. Her oldest, … more
SILER CITY — The Hispanic Liaison got just what it wanted with Bryant Parroquin and Maria Gomez Flores — the organization’s two new hires. Parroquin and Gomez Flores are both UNC-Chapel Hill … more
With less than a month until the first official competitions of the 2020-21 athletic year, the NCHSAA on Thursday released its most comprehensive coronavirus guidelines and sports protocol to … more
PITTSBORO — At the Chatham County Schools Board of Education’s regular session meeting on Monday, the board heard more updates on COVID-19 and planned for future decisions to bring more students … more
A resident of Chatham County for 45 years, Jimmy Pharr is running as a Republican against Commissioner Mike Dasher to represent Dist. 2 on Chatham County’s Board of Commissioners. He’s worked … more
Democrat Mike Dasher is seeking re-election as a Chatham County Commissioner after representing District 2 since 2016. During that time, he’s served as the board chairperson and also acted as the … more
In Dist. 5, Republican incumbent Andy Wilkie will face Franklin Gomez Flores — the first contested commissioner race in Dist. 5 in two elections. Wilkie, who has served on the board since being … more
Franklin Gomez Flores, a 26-year-old Siler City native, is seeking the Dist. 5 county commissioner seat by challenging Commissioner Andy Wilkie. If he’s successful, it’ll be the first time in … more
PITTSBORO ­­— Pittsboro’s Board of Commissioners considered updated research on PFAS water contamination and its implications for the town before addressing a rezoning request and a … more
PITTSBORO — There are countless tools and contraptions — traps and snares, nets and nooses — employed by man over centuries to capture wildlife. But Jeff Christian needs only brushes, paint … more
Across Chatham County, understaffed police departments face waning candidate pools as public discontentment with the police discourages potential interest in law enforcement careers. In Siler … more
In Chatham County, infant mortality rates are higher among both Black and Hispanic residents than white residents — 18.7% and 15.1%, compared with 7.9%. A larger percentage of Hispanic/Latinx high … more
SILER CITY — When the pandemic led to the closing of in-person schooling last March, students and families faced deficits and challenges to their learning: lack of reliable internet access, support … more
SILER CITY — The vision for the multi-million-dollar project Wren Farrar is spearheading in downtown Siler City is more than just about the renovation of three historic, but crumbling, … more
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