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RALEIGH — The State of North Carolina was named the recipient last week of two grants totaling around $56 million dedicated to early childhood education. The N.C. Dept. of Health and Human … more
PITTSBORO — Pittsboro’s proposed $18 million town hall project received the green light to move into the “construction document” phase Monday night from the Pittsboro Board of … more
The 10 episodes of “The Age of Anxiety,” the first season of the podcast “The Chatcast,” have been downloaded more than 500 times collectively in the month since it was released. The joint … more
Staff graphic by Zachary Horner According to a study by New York City-based financial company SmartAsset, Chatham County has the best budgeters in North Carolina. The county ranks high in … more
Super Tuesday is less than two months away and Chatham County residents will play a part. North Carolina is joining 15 other states or territories in holding a primary election on March 3. So in … more
PITTSBORO — The Winnie Davis Chapter #259 of the United Daughters of the Confederacy have filed a notice to appeal the Dec. 4 dismissal of the case it filed against the Chatham County Board of … more
PITTSBORO — By definition, any museum houses items of historical, scientific, artistic or cultural interest and the Chatham Historical Museum certainly squeezes lots of historical items into its … more
SILER CITY — With the start of the New Year, the News + Record discussed Siler City’s past year and goals for 2020 with Town Manager Roy Lynch. New in the position Lynch became the interim … more
PITTSBORO — Nearly 100 residents of Fearrington Village and other developments around U.S. Hwy. 15-501 packed into the auditorium of Galloway Ridge at Fearrington Monday night to hear from local … more
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At Boling Lane Park, recently-planted trees, shrubs and plantings are showing evidence of taking root. And with each passing year, the park’s vegetative buffer will continue to grow, demonstrating best practices for stormwater management and enhancing the water quality of Loves Creek, a tributary of which flows through the park. more
PITTSBORO — Backhoes and other construction equipment have begun demolishing the old Ford automotive dealership located on the site of what will become a new Eagles gas station in downtown … more
After a year-long process of examining how best to reach the faith community in Chatham County, Chatham Habitat for Humanity is reaching out. The nonprofit kicked off “Raising Faith,” a … more
Bald eagle populations are soaring across the United States, but four times a year, the New Hope National Audubon Society works with the North Carolina Parks Service to count the local numbers at … more
The elements of Chatham County’s Comprehensive Plan can be found all across Chatham government, which was the intention when it was created. “Plan Chatham,” the document’s shorthand, was … more
News briefs Community awareness event to focus on human trafficking The Chatham Community Library will hold a Community Awareness Event January 11 focused on human trafficking. … more
The person inhabiting the role of chairman of the Chatham County Board of Commissioners serves as the public face of the county government and its decisions. Mike Dasher sat in what became the hot … more
In his annual budget message from last May, Chatham County Manager Dan LaMontagne wrote that fiscal 2018-2019 was a bit of a downer when it came to development. “Chatham County tax values … more
PITTSBORO — Dr. Lulu Boykin likes to get creative when she cooks. The result, she says, is often ruinous. Case in point: a year or so ago, shortly after she and her husband Anthony moved into … more
CHAPEL HILL — While speaking to a visitor about the soon-to-be-opened Chatham Health Sciences Center during a recent morning, Mark Hall was interrupted by a fire alarm. A worker soon came to … more
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