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PITTSBORO — Mark’s treehouse is way out in the woods. If you put the address in your GPS, you won’t be able to find it. And that’s kind of the point. Mark (he declined to share his last … more
BONLEE — “Rise, and shine,” the kindergarteners were told, “and welcome to school today, and we’re so glad that you’re here!” Next, they went over the days of the week, to the tune … more
Debt is part and parcel of most people’s lives — cars, homes, education and more are acquired, by most, only by incurring a certain amount of financial indebtedness. Governments, of course, … more
A new “Clean Jobs” report released in July notes that North Carolina is among the top 10 states in the country across clean energy categories such as solar energy, energy efficiency, and overall … more
It was a story that wasn’t proven, at least in the main character’s telling, for many years. But through the work of a Chatham County historian, Sgt. John McGlohan’s account of taking a … more
BEAR CREEK — It’s not Christmas yet — the calendar says that’s five months away — but it’ll be here almost before we know it. And with it comes a number of feelings and events. For … more
SILER CITY — For the 10th consecutive year, residents in neighborhoods throughout Siler City will host gatherings — think fun and games and lots of good food — when the local observance of … more
PITTSBORO — Staff and supporters of Carolina Tiger Rescue mourned the loss last week of one of the sanctuary’s resident lions. Sheba, who’d enjoyed a “posh life” at the local animal … more
PITTSBORO — After nearly two years, the attendance zone for Chatham Grove Elementary School has been determined. The Chatham County Board of Education approved the zone at its regular meeting … more
PITTSBORO — Craft beer, breweries, and local distilleries are finding a home in North Carolina — and in return, tap rooms and retail spaces are opening to showcase the craft. House of Hops in … more
PITTSBORO — Suzanne “Suza” White gardened from coast to coast before finding a “personal secret garden” in her modest home on Old Graham Road in Pittsboro. White has lived all over the … more
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SILER CITY – N.C. Department of Transportation maintenance crews temporarily will close two roads in Chatham County next week to replace pipes under the road. The following roads will be … more
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SILER CITY — Sam Milsaps, owner of The Friendly Florist in Siler City, has a supply of helium, a commodity important to one component of his business. Helium, one of the noble gases, is used to … more
SILER CITY — It’s a little before 11 a.m., and it’s hot. Just like the meals at the back of the bus. But a group of Chatham County Schools child nutrition staff members isn’t stopped by … more
Editor’s note: In an effort to learn more about Chatham County’s coffee culture and what’s behind the growing number of coffee shops in Chatham, the News + Record queried owners of six … more
A majority of Chatham’s 2019 municipal races are unopposed, but three races have multiple candidates vying for the opportunity to represent their towns or districts. Siler City Mayor Siler … more
SILER CITY — A new mentoring and life-skills training center for troubled youths opened this month in Siler City. The Rev. Barry Gray is bringing his knowledge and experience of more than 20 … more
RALEIGH — Hemp farmers, producers, and advocates are circling the wagons as two bills that are making their way through the Legislature threaten to undercut the budding industry in North Carolina. … more
PITTSBORO — Ever notice how some people in various areas of life need only one name to be recognized? Take, for instance, the world of music. Say the word “Elvis” and nobody needs … more
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