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Chatham County’s YMCA, located in Suite 412 at 287 East Street in Pittsboro, re-opened Wednesday. The CN+R spoke with Executive Director Jessica Mashburn about what members need to … more
NEWS BRIEFS Friday Night Flicks continue at Bray Park SILER CITY — Grab your blankets and chairs and enjoy a free family friendly movie under the stars this Fall at the Friday Night Flicks. … more
PITTSBORO — Chatham 4-H member Samantha Andrews’ photo “Eggcellent Candling,” which she took while preparing for the N.C. 4-H Poultry Judging competition in 2019, has been awarded first place … more
PITTSBORO — Issues of accessibility and flexibility embodied the Pittsboro Town Board of Commissioners meeting Monday, as the group discussed proposed bike paths across town, received an update on … more
The Chatham County Schools Board of Education held its regular session meeting Monday night, discussing, among many things, equity initiatives and efforts to support student connectivity within the … more
PITTSBORO — Scarlet, Maude, Lady Gaga, June Carter Cash, Lilac and Nemo are the names Dolly Sickles gave to the baby chicks she picked up in March from Pittsboro Feed. Her husband, Matt, just … more
PITTSBORO — On September 20, Abundance NC will host a restyled iteration of Pittsboro’s annual PepperFest in compliance with pandemic restrictions and high standards of responsible event … more
In Chatham, the five-member board of county commissioners acts as the main policy-making body for the county’s government. This year, three of the board’s five seats will be contested on the 2020 … more
At a specially called meeting Thursday, the Chatham County Board of Education heard COVID-19 updates from district and state partners, ultimately deciding to host a second special meeting next … more
BEAR CREEK — If North Carolina baseball played within driving distance, Albert Tally was there. And to fully understand Tally, you must realize: his definition of “driving distance” was very … more
Chatham County Schools will continue to provide free meals to children 18 years old and younger through 2020 or until further notice, following an Aug. 31 announcement by Secretary of Agriculture … more
Latino voters have the potential to sway North Carolina’s election results, and Latino advocacy groups state and countywide have mobilized to make that happen. On Sept. 3, the nonpartisan North … more
On Sept. 11, 2001, Dwayne Walls Jr. was working as a freelance stagehand at the World Trade Center. This is an excerpt from his forthcoming memoir, tentatively entitled “Autumn ’01.” Walls and his wife Elizabeth live in Pittsboro. more
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After just four weeks of planning, United Way of Chatham hosted its first community “Day of Service” event last Thursday — kicking off its fundraising season and organizing more than 100 … more
Election Day is less than eight weeks away and ballots in Chatham County — which will include, of course, the 2020 presidential candidates — will be lengthy. more
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BYNUM — The Bynum General Store and Front Porch will launch a virtual series this October geared toward engaging students, parents and the community at large to explore their own creative … more
Chatham County will have early voting availability on Sundays after all, but that decision — made at the state level last week, and affirmed by the Chatham County Board of Elections a day later — … more
SILER CITY — Richard McCraw, the manager of the Siler City Municipal Airport, described his facility as a crucial “first impression” for executives visiting the town and Chatham County at … more
After the Chatham County Board of Election’s split vote in July on whether to allow early voting on Sundays, the state’s elections board made the final decision on Monday for the county — voting 3-2 to include Sundays. more
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