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The North Carolina Department of Transportation held a virtual presentation last Thursday to discuss the proposed construction of the North Chatham Park Way, a new north-south roadway to run east of … more
Haw River Assembly (HRA) volunteers spread out over the watershed of the Haw River to monitor water quality in the streams and creeks that join the river recently — which this team has done to … more
Chatham ranks better than most of North Carolina’s 100 counties in stifling coronavirus spread. But data can be misleading, county health department leaders say, and dispensation of the COVID-19 … more
News briefs Chatham Conservation Partnership winter meeting set for Jan. 21 The Chatham Conservation Partnership (CCP) winter meeting will again be virtual, set for 9 to 11:15 a.m. on Jan. … more
PITTSBORO — The Chatham County Tax Office reminds those owning real estate that personal and business property as of Jan. 1, 2021, must be listed with the Tax Office no later than Feb. … more
PITTSBORO — The coronavirus pandemic has been unforgiving to many, but few industries have been hit harder than entertainment. In 2020, many big-budget films were delayed; some major movie … more
mays chapel baptist church 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
PITTSBORO ­— The Chatham County Board of Commissioners met for a two-day budget retreat on Monday and Tuesday, with county commissioners and staff receiving an update on the current fiscal … more
Nearly 22% of Chatham County Schools students received a grade of D or F in a class during the first two grading periods of the current semester — a 73.96% increase from last year’s 12.56% … more
Robert Reives II, then a teenager, was sitting in his childhood home watching TV when he overheard a conversation that would inspire a lifetime in public service. His father, Robert Reives Sr., … more
PITTSBORO — When the United Daughters of the Confederacy sought to have a highway named for Confederate president Jefferson Davis in 1913, they decided to mark their chosen route — about 160 … more
PITTSBORO — Pittsboro’s iconic traffic circle is getting a functional and aesthetic overhaul to make it safer for pedestrians and drivers. The $2.48 million project, on which work began … more
Who are the most outstanding young professionals in Chatham County? The News + Record wants to recognize them with a new “20 Under 40” project, and nominations are due now. “We want to … more
SILER CITY — If she’s honest, Jordan-Matthews senior Jacquelinne Marroquin Tobar isn’t the biggest fan of remote learning. Without it, however, she probably wouldn’t have had the … more
SILER CITY — The Hispanic Liaison has raised nearly $13,000 in just two weeks to help first-time and returning DACA applicants living in Chatham cover their filing fees. The money, raised both … more
At the end of the Chatham County Schools Board of Education mid-year retreat Monday, the board unanimously voted to delay the start of in-person learning for high school students under Plan B to … more
PITTSBORO — To address mounting traffic through Pittsboro’s historic downtown, the town — in partnership with the N.C. Dept. of Transportation and Chatham Park investors — is proposing … more
SILER CITY — When Chatham Hospital’s $2.6 million Maternity Care Center officially opened in September, it was a milestone for Siler City and the county — marking the first time in nearly 30 … more
SILER CITY — Mark Reif, the human resources and community relations manager for Mountaire Farms in Chatham County and across most of North Carolina, has officially retired after 22 years with the … more
SILER CITY — Traffic nearly stood still along U.S. Hwy. 64 in front of Chatham Memorial Park the day after Christmas, with dozens of cars from Siler City to Florida parked where they could find … more
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