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The pollinator garden at Chatham Mills in Pittsboro may be an official project for her job, but Debbie Roos also sees it as a personal labor of love. more
SILER CITY — Macy Beavers and Brady Andrew’s award-winning science project almost didn’t happen. “I was planning on doing something with peppermint,” Beavers said. “I wasn’t going to … more
PITTSBORO — Lexie Wolf, owner of Yoga Garden in Pittsboro, is about to celebrate the second anniversary of her business by opening a yoga boutique at the studio. Wolf started doing yoga about 20 … more
Though native to Central and South America and still relatively uncommon in the Tar Heel State, armadillos have been in North Carolina for the past dozen years after slowly migrating north, with … more
The bridge crossing the Deep River on N.C. Hwy. 42 near the intersection of Chatham, Lee and Moore counties will be closed for at least four more months, according to the N.C. Dept. of Transportation. more
Chatham County’s unemployment rate sits at 3.6 percent as of April 2019, according to the N.C. Dept. of Commerce. That’s better than North Carolina’s (4 percent) and the same as the United … more
It’s a brotherhood, and a sisterhood, that goes beyond different biker clubs, different states, and different branches of the military. Warm, welcoming, and appreciative, the brood was impressive to see and reminded those on their path of the ultimate sacrifice of our veterans lost. more
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CHAPEL HILL — Longtime publishing professional Peter Guzzardi, like many people who grew up in the 1960s and 70s, had lots of exposure as a child to “The Wizard of Oz,” courtesy of perennial … more
PITTSBORO — The Chatham County Board of Commissioners gave the OK last Thursday to the county’s spending plan for fiscal year 2019-2020, including a 4.19-cent property tax rate increase and … more
The still image of a CGI-contorted Will Smith as the blue, buff Genie, found the early marketing Disney’s live-action update of “Aladdin,” was a source of initial castigation and … more
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PITTSBORO — The call was near unanimous at the first “One Chatham” community forum: solving the problem of socioeconomic inequality in Chatham County requires community effort. Five … more
Editor’s note: this is the last in a five-part series about Chatham County’s response to the opioid crisis. Just more than a month ago, the Chatham County Sheriff’s Office and Siler City … more
Just a few days away from retirement, Thomas Bender’s office is mostly cleaned out. He’s already boxed up and moved the bulk of his personal belongings, his office walls and shelves are mostly … more
Education about cigarette and tobacco use has been prevalent in public schools for years. But those who educate America’s young people are adjusting their tactics to account for a new issue: … more
Home fires claim the lives of seven people each day, according to the National Fire Protection Association, which is conducting a week-long initiative to raise national awareness of a fire … more
Voter ID in North Carolina won’t be required until the 2020 primary election, but the Chatham County Board of Elections is getting prepared. The board, in conjunction with the state board, held … more
SILER CITY — The town of Siler City agreed on Monday to take possession of two parcels on South Chatham Avenue near downtown. Piedmont Conservation Council is under contract to purchase the … more
SILER CITY — Increasing the awareness of elder abuse and scams that target the elderly are topics of a May 30 program at the Western Chatham Senior Center. Elder abuse isn’t limited to just … more
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