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PITTSBORO — “I just wanted to help people,” Nathan Davis said of his decision a couple of months ago to donate blood. “I saw there was a blood drive nearby,” the 16-year-old Northwood … more
GULF — Residents who live and travel near Carbonton Bridge on N.C. Hwy. 42 in Gulf are breathing sighs of relief, finally. The bridge, which has been closed for nearly two years to facilitate … more
BEAR CREEK — The N.C. State Highway Patrol is asking the public for any information about a hit-and-run that occurred in Bear Creek earlier this week. Sometime between the Monday afternoon … more
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SILER CITY — Mackenzie Crossman admitted she was nervous talking to a reporter about something she was involved in, and in many ways responsible for. But apart from the spotlight of a tape recorder, she had no reason to be embarrassed. more
It’s here. The first season of “The Chatcast,” a joint podcast production by the News + Record and Our Chatham project from UNC-Chapel Hill, will be available for free in many places on Friday. The 10-episode production, “The Age of Anxiety,” will focus on teen mental health in Chatham County. more
APEX — A quarter of a century ago, Byron and Diana May — still a few years away from parenthood and looking to make a move from their home in Durham to a place in the country — zeroed in on an … more
APEX — Uva Holland, a former Chatham County commissioner who cemented a place in local political history as the first African-American woman elected to the county board, has died. Holland passed … more
Siler City Parks and Recreation Director Joseph Keel is hoping the development and implementation of a master plan for Bray Park will be a game-changer for Siler City and its residents. more
The first principal in the history of Chatham Grove Elementary School was officially named Monday night, the same night the Chatham County Board of Education received an audit report for the 2018-2019 fiscal year. more
Chatham County has decided to end its contract with CodeWright Planners LLC, the company it engaged to facilitate the long process to re-write the county’s unified development ordinance, the … more
The Pittsboro Board of Commissioners on Monday had a full meeting with its newly elected mayor and commissioners. more
Two incumbent Congressman, a state Senate challenger and an incumbent school board member are among the notable names already filed for the 2020 election. U.S. Reps. David Price (D-N.C., 4th … more
NEWS BRIEFS Experience an 18th-century Christmas at “O blessed Season!” SANFORD — The warm glow of candlelight and festive greenery will welcome visitors to “O blessed Season!” at … more
While Chatham County residents faced fairly simple ballot choices in the 2019 election, 2020’s will be anything but. Along with voting for U.S. President, U.S. Senate and U.S. House of … more
PITTSBORO — Rev. Ricky R. McKinney Sr. says it’s hard to overstate the importance of the Bryant family and the contributions made by the African-American family to Pittsboro during the last … more
PITTSBORO — For now, it’s over. Superior Court Judge Susan Bray granted Chatham County’s motion to dismiss the case against the Board of Commissioners filed by three residents and the Winnie … more
Local photographer Craig Greiner wasn’t sure what to expect last fall when he and his wife Amanda, an oil painter, first opened their Bynum art studios to the public for the Chatham County Artists … more
On a recent cold, wet, blustery afternoon, Dr. Kelsey Quinn climbed aboard a bus to make the trip home from her job on the campus of the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill via Chatham Transit, … more
PITTSBORO — A group of up to 100 women will dance their way down the one-mile parade route this Sunday at the Pittsboro Christmas parade in hopes to spread peace, love and unity in a town that has … more
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