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CHAPEL HILL — A local artist started a firestorm in the Briar Chapel neighborhood last week after the Black Lives Matter signs she made for friends and community neighbors were met with initial … more
SILER CITY — Nine Jordan-Matthews High School artists received awards from the school in a ceremony May 28 highlighting student musicians, actors and visual artists. Awards are usually announced … more
SILER CITY — The Hispanic Liaison, or El Vínculo Hispano, a grassroots non-profit organization based in Siler City, received a grant — totaling $98,480 — from the North Carolina Healthcare … more
PITTSBORO — With only a few minor glitches, the Chatham County Board of Commissioners’ hybrid virtual and in-person meeting on Monday went off smoothly. The meeting followed two months of … more
PITTSBORO — New construction is set for two residential projects in Pittsboro — each with its own niche. Construction began this month on The Retreat, a 48-unit affordable housing complex on … more
PITTSBORO — If you’re looking for somewhere to go during th ese times of COVID-19, plan a visit to enjoy the beautiful flowers and pollinators in the Pollinator Gardens at Chatham Mills. The … more
Take Chatham County’s red-hot residential real estate market, toss in a pandemic, state-mandated stay-at-home order and the most significant economic shock of our lifetimes, and what’s the … more
Students across Chatham County finish their school years — perhaps the most unique they’ll ever have — this week, and while some things remained the same, the COVID-19 pandemic threw a wrench … more
Two Chapel Hill men are suspected to have been involved in the murder of a 20-year-old Bear Creek man, according to the Chatham County Sheriff’s Office. more
Chatham County’s Hispanic community has been affected by COVID-19 more than any other single population group within the county borders, according to data released Friday by the Chatham County … more
Chapel Fowler, the former sports editor of The Daily Tar Heel, UNC’s student newspaper, has joined the staff of the News + Record as a sports reporter. Fowler, a May graduate of the Hussman … more
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The proposed Chatham County government budget for fiscal year 2020-2021 has left multiple county officials as “confident” as they say they can be, considering the circumstances the spending plan … more
“Permanently closed.” Those two words — emphasized in blood-red letters — top a Google search of Lake Juno Park, the once-popular summertime swimming and recreation destination … more
Demonstrators gathered in Siler City and in Pittsboro last week to protest the death of George Floyd, to speak out against police brutality and to show community unity. About 200 protesters, a … more
For Myles Friedman, the owner of Circle City Books in Pittsboro, “any bookstore is special because there are so few of them around.” When Friedman started his business eight … more
The Pittsboro Board of Commissioners voted on Monday to contract with Nexsen Pruet, a Raleigh-based law firm that has a department that specializes in government affairs, to help … more
CHAPEL HILL – Cindy Billings, a longtime Chatham resident, put her Governor’s Village home on the market on March 20 and received a final offer by Mother’s Day. The home was put back on the … more
There isn’t a corner of the country that hasn’t felt, for the last several months, the impact of COVID-19 and resulting stay-at-home measures aimed at preventing the virus’ spread. The late … more
Chatham Neighbor2Neighbor, a grassroots organization formed to connect people in need in Chatham County with those with the ability to help, has launched a GoFundMe to support the effort. In … more
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