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On Monday, schools across the country started the school year — many doing so remotely. In North Carolina, only a few hours into the first day, the crashing of online student information system … more
Alyssa Byrd, the president of the Chatham Economic Development Corporation, will be leaving the position Aug. 28 to lead the economic development efforts for the town of Fuquay-Varina in Wake County. … more
News briefs Brookwood Farms to expand operations Brookwood Farms, a Siler City-based barbecue production facility located on Alston Bridge Road, will be expanding its operations to an area … more
The Chatham County Board of Education voted unanimously last week to approve Scenario 3 for Seaforth High School’s attendance zone. After months of public input sessions overwhelmingly … more
Forget the national media countdown to Election Day, Nov. 3. North Carolina will be the first state to send out absentee ballots, on Sept. 4. “The kickoff to our election is in just a few days, … more
Assuming its current plan to start the 2020-21 school year with nine weeks of online learning remains in place, Chatham County Schools won’t hold any workouts in that timeframe, a spokesperson … more
PITTSBORO — The Chatham County Board of Commissioners hosted its first public hearings since March at its regular session meeting Monday, following months of delayed hearings due to the … more
SILER CITY — The Siler City Board of Commissioners decided to resume water and sewer shut-offs for non-payment following the end of the moratorium on utility shut-offs issued by N.C. Gov. Roy … more
Root Cellar co-owner and chef Sera Cuni will make her national television debut on the Food Network’s Guy’s Grocery Games at 9 p.m. Wednesday. more
PITTSBORO — Nearly four years after its land purchase and two years since construction began, the $33 million Chatham Grove Elementary School is set to open Aug. 17 for Chatham County School’s … more
The Chatham County Board of Education unanimously passed two highly anticipated motions at its regular meeting Monday: to extend Plan C at the county’s public schools from four weeks to nine weeks … more
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SILER CITY — The Bray Park Master Plan, a 15-year, five-phase $15 million project unanimously approved by the Siler City Board of Commissioners last week, will give the town new and renovated … more
When Gov. Roy Cooper ordered North Carolina public schools to close for at least two weeks on March 14 in order to spread the slow of the coronavirus, teachers and students across the state struggled … more
PITTSBORO — The town of Pittsboro, Chatham County and Chatham County Schools will enter into an agreement by the end of the year for the redevelopment of the school system’s new Central Services … more
North Carolina will remain in the “Safer at Home” Phase 2 of reopening until 5 p.m. on  Sept. 11, Gov. Roy Cooper announced last Wednesday — the second extension of Phase 2 in North … more
PITTSBORO — A pilot test of various combinations of equipment to remove unregulated chemicals from the water at the town of Pittsboro’s water treatment facility will likely be extended about six … more
High school sports in North Carolina won't begin official practices until Nov. 4 and competitions until Nov. 16, according to the NCHSAA's new 2020-21 athletics calendar announced Wednesday by comissioner Que Tucker. more
BEAR CREEK — You didn’t have to worry about Micah Gurley. He didn’t get in trouble. He got good grades. Plug him into any position on the football or baseball field — designated hitter, … more
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to grip the country and the 2020 election moves closer, the demand for absentee ballots is surging in the state — and in Chatham. A recent tweet by Gerry … more
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