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A school district’s choices when inclement weather hits are pretty simple: a delay, closing or early release. But how that decision is made is far from simple, and for Chatham County Schools, Dorian provided a perfect example. more
The United Way of North Carolina is embarking on a new program with the state to connect statewide resources for healthcare and human services providers with the resident consumers most in need. … more
Chatham County Schools district staff said Monday that all major school construction projects are currently within budget. Randy Drumheller, the district’s director of maintenance and construction, gave a quarterly update on three projects Monday to the Chatham County Board of Education during the board’s regular meeting. more
Dove hunting returned to North Carolina Sept. 2 with many local hunters taking to area fields over Labor Day weekend for the popular pastime. “I told my wife, this is like my Christmas,” said Justin Sanders, 32, a lifelong outdoor sportsman from Siler City. more
Monday’s Pittsboro Board of Commissioners meeting focused on new developments in progress inside the town. more
Kevin Laliberte of Pittsboro was arrested and charged late Thursday night with felony second-degree kidnapping, felony discharge of a weapon inside occupied property, felony possession of a firearm by a felon, misdemeanor carrying a concealed gun, and misdemeanor injury to real property. more
Chatham's community college has been ranked No. 1 in North Carolina community college by the education ranking website Niche.com. more
SILER CITY — After a couple months closed, Siler City's public library has a re-opening date. The Wren Memorial Library, a branch of Chatham County's library system, will reopen to the … more
NEWS BRIEFS Chatham receives $2.3 million grant for 911 radio system upgrade RALEIGH — Chatham County received a $2,339,608 grant last month to help with an upgrade to the county’s radio … more
Nearly 30 years in any profession gives someone stories they can tell. Law enforcement, according to Mike Wagner, is no different. more
Editor’s note: Chatham County’s farmers and restaurants have a unique partnership, one that’s designed to appeal to the palates of locals with discriminating — and healthy — tastes. In the … more
PITTSBORO — Growing up in the rural Cabarrus County town of Midland, the nearby Rocky River his childhood playground, Dr. Robert Soots developed an early and lasting love and respect for the wild … more
Every week I take hundreds and hundreds of copies of the new edition of the Chatham News + Record to locations across Chatham County, mainly on the eastern side. But my first stop is always the Silk … more
PITTSBORO — The news released last week was exciting for Neha Shah, who couldn’t contain her pleasure at discussing the numbers the next day. Visitor spending in Chatham County reached $36.89 … more
According to a study from SmartAsset, Chatham County is among the state’s top counties with the most incoming investment from a variety of sources. The study, which rated each county with an … more
As use of e-cigarettes and electronic vapor products rise among teens both in Chatham County and across the country, Chatham County Schools, in partnership with the county’s Public Health … more
U.S. Census workers are already on the ground in Chatham County even though the 2020 Census doesn’t begin in earnest until next years. Workers are canvassing area homes, verifying addresses in … more
Central Carolina Community College announced last week that it had set a new enrollment record, and Chatham County was well represented. The college said 1,146 residents of Chatham County had … more
GULF — The long saga regarding the replacement of the Carbonton Bridge may soon be coming to an end. The N.C. Department of Transportation announced last week that a new contractor had been … more
CHAPEL HILL — Rufus Edmisten, the first person serving on a Congressional committee to serve a sitting president with a subpoena, was hosted by Flyleaf Books last week as part of his promotional … more
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