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A recent post on the Chatham Chatlist captured how many feel the social media dialogue over politics and political positions has devolved. Purportedly from someone named “Taylor Kish,” the … more
Residents of Pittsboro, Siler City and Goldston will cast ballots in municipal elections on Nov. 5 and Siler City voters will decide the future of beer and alcohol sales in town. Four polling … more
PITTSBORO — The Pittsboro Town Board of Commissioners affirmed support Monday for a new welcome center to be established by the Main Street Pittsboro organization. A last-minute agenda item — … more
PITTSBORO — An updated flag ordinance for the Town of Pittsboro may have hit a roadblock. The town’s Board of Commissioners held a public hearing Monday and also reviewed an initial draft of … more
SILER CITY — Jordan-Matthews faculty members Jessica Sandel and Wendi Pillars have been named Voya Unsung Heroes by Voya Financial. The award, established to demonstrate Voya Financial’s … more
PITTSBORO — If you’ve got the Great American Novel percolating in your brain but haven’t yet put pen to paper, the month of November — and the 20th anniversary of National Novel Writing … more
SILER CITY — More than a month after the One Chatham forum on poverty’s effect on public education, one message still offers a chance for Chatham-ites to make a difference. Be a mentor to a … more
PITTSBORO — Chatham County government has begun the process of changing a current administrative policy banning tobacco use on county property to an official government ordinance. The Chatham … more
PITTSBORO — The item was stashed away in the consent agenda at the last Chatham County Board of Commissioners meeting because it wasn’t controversial. But by all accounts, its approval will … more
Town of Siler City SILER CITY — With an election looming eight days in the future, Siler City Mayor John Grimes took time Monday to share about the accomplishments of his town and staff and look … more
PITTSBORO — Each year, Chatham County’s department leaders gather for a day of service and team-building activities as a way to give back to the community and get to know each other better. … more
PITTSBORO — A Pittsboro man and a Carrboro man have added their names to the list of individuals arrested for various offenses during protests and counter-protests around the “Our Confederate … more
SILER CITY – Veterans Day will be observed on Tuesday, Nov. 5, at the Central Carolina Community College Siler City Center. This event will begin at 10 a.m. The program will be led by Jay … more
PITTSBORO — Pittsboro Commissioner John Bonitz has come under fire recently over a contract between the town of Pittsboro and the company for which he works, N.C. Clean Energy Center, as fellow … more
PITTSBORO — Defenders of the Confederate statue in downtown Pittsboro were awarded a temporary restraining order on Monday temporarily preventing the removal of the statue which stands on the … more
A Pittsboro man and a Carrboro man have added their names to the list of individuals arrested for various offenses during protests and counter-protests around the “Our Confederate Heroes” monument in downtown Pittsboro. more
News briefs ForestHer workshops set for November Women landowners and natural resource professionals interested in learning more about management and conservation of private lands are invited … more
Editor’s note: Carolina Public Press is working with the Food Bank of Central and Eastern North Carolina, MomsRising and other community partners to hold a forum on hunger at Chatham Community … more
PITTSBORO — The Chatham County Board of Commissioners approved a motion Monday night that restated the board’s intent to call for the removal of the “Our Confederate Heroes” in downtown … more
PITTSBORO — Another Saturday in downtown Pittsboro was disrupted by protests regarding the Confederate statue at the Historic Chatham County Courthouse, with this past weekend’s crowds — and … more
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