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BY JOHN HUNTER News + Record Staff Depending on the weather, Todd Massey has to decide whether he’ll drive – or kayak – to his house. Massey is one of 26 residents of Jeremiah Drive in … more
This week, we speak with Interim Chatham County Manager Dan LaMontagne about the county’s Capital Improvement Plan, which provides an outline for the county’s future capital needs. The … more
While the winds were a little breezy at times Saturday, Santa didn't mind having his beard blown around. It was all for a good cause. The Siler City Fire Department spread some Christmas cheer, heading through residential neighborhoods, to greet some wide-eyed children, and adults , too. Santa, safely secured with safety harnesses for the ride, waved and belted out his Ho, Ho, Ho's as kids grinned from ear to ear. It was a short trip though! After all, Christmas Eve is almost here, and Sant's has to get back to the North Pole! more
Did you know there was an organized, diverse and experienced group of Santa Clauses in your backyard? Maybe you did. There’s a good chance that, if you’ve been to a Christmas … more
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In the last academic year, school nurse Melissa Lassen estimated she saw more than 3,000 Northwood High School students at come through her small office. Based on a school calendar that ran just … more
For more than 500 years, Our Lady of Guadalupe has been a powerful symbol of devotion and identity for Mexicans, Mexican-Americans, and other Latinos. more
Federal aid may be coming to Chatham County in the wake of the two hurricanes which struck North Carolina, if a request by Governor Roy Cooper is approved. Cooper sent a letter to President … more
The town of Siler City received a $235,000 grant last week to support the renovation of the old Olympic Steel building for A.D. Tubi, a European manufacturer of welded tubes. The company, which … more
Five N.C. Department of Transportation crews work full-time maintaining bridges in the eight-county Division 8, which includes Chatham County, and those crews have had plenty to keep them busy in the last couple of months. more
High School Basketball [Photo gallery]
JM traveled to Eastern Randolph Friday night but came away with two losses to the Wildcats. In the girls contest it was Eastern 47-44 while the JM boys lost their game 73-63. more
It started on the way to lunch one day in 6th grade. She called it the worst panic attack she’s ever had, and it was her first. “I will never forget it,” says Abigail Paige Holmes, 14, now a 9th-grader at Chatham Charter School. more
Navigating icy roads can be treacherous enough, but if you don’t winterize your car properly, you might not even make it out of your driveway. Local mechanics suggest to avoid the frustrating experience of a car that won’t start in the cold, the solutions are easy – starting with checking antifreeze, your car’s battery, tires and wiper blades. more
The unique property-tax sharing agreement Chatham County signed with the City of Sanford last month, worth potentially millions of dollars in revenue, may have actually been structured differently than Chatham officials originally intended. more
Schools were closed. Businesses didn’t open or were shutting down early. For many, it was an official snow day, a time to stay off the road and sit in their warm homes. But then there were the others, who for their own reasons, braved the hazardous roads on Monday. more
A rock quarry is slated to open just outside Goldston town limits, even if Chatham County denies the owner’s zoning request. Residents have expressed concerns about the quarry since it was first announced in 2014. more
Mike Dasher was selected as chair of the Chatham County Board of Commissioners on Dec. 3, a little less than two years into his first term on the board. Just a few days into his new seat, he’s already picked out a priority. more
A new redesign to a popular intersection of the “superstreet” improvements scheduled for U.S. Hwy. 64 has raised concerns from some Siler City Town Board members. more
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