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SILER CITY — The town of Siler City agreed on Monday to take possession of two parcels on South Chatham Avenue near downtown. Piedmont Conservation Council is under contract to purchase the … more
SILER CITY — Increasing the awareness of elder abuse and scams that target the elderly are topics of a May 30 program at the Western Chatham Senior Center. Elder abuse isn’t limited to just … more
PITTSBORO — Just one week shy of its 8th anniversary, Reclamation, a store in downtown Pittsboro that sells vintage antiques and gently used items, will close its doors effective May 31. The … more
After months of waiting, residents of Jeremiah Drive are beginning to see the first stages of repairs to raise a section of the road to prevent flooding. Crews from the N.C. Dept. of … more
CHAPEL HILL — Nicole Avila and Nathan Hrynewych, both days away from graduating from Woods Charter School in northeast Chatham County, said they weren’t 100 percent sure what they were going to … more
PITTSBORO — Hillsboro Street in Pittsboro was closed on Sunday. Instead of cars buzzing through, the street hosted a table that stretched from Salisbury to the circle, dressed for a three-course … more
SILER CITY — The Town of Siler City has announced the selection of Michael Wagner as its new Police Chief, effective June 3. Wagner is a Commander for the Albemarle … more
The Pittsboro Board of Commissioners requested several small changes to the Chatham Park Tree Element on Monday, again delaying a vote on the document. more
PITTSBORO — After 11 months of meetings and negotiations, the Town of Pittsboro has agreed to a deal with Chatham Park Investors and the N.C. Dept. of Environmental Quality that will settle a legal … more
PITTSBORO — A long procession of friends, neighbors and family followed Barbara Beye Lorie — her body cradled in a lavishly-decorated cardboard casket, carried to her grave site by wagon — … more
(Editor’s note: this is the fourth of a five-part series about Chatham County’s response to the opioid crisis.) In a way, the Chatham County Library is partly responsible for kickstarting the … more
SILER CITY — Run for the Wall, a cross-country motorcyle event in honor of Vietnam prisoners of war and soldiers missing in action, will stop in Siler City on May 22. Each year since 1989, … more
Though they do play a role in our ecosystem as a food source for birds, bats and some aquatic life, mosquitoes — the buzzing and biting insects — are hard to like, and with good reason. Even … more
PITTSBORO — Every spring, since its placement atop a pedestal at the Chatham County Courthouse in 1907, the statue of a Confederate soldier has been adorned with a wreath at its base in honor of … more
PITTSBORO— The Chatham County Board of Commissioners held a joint meeting with the Town of Pittsboro Board of Commissioners to receive updates on several on issues that effect the two bodies. This … more
PITTSBORO — Several months later, they’re down to two. The Chatham County Board of Education officially eliminated four of six possibilities for the new attendance zones for elementary schools … more
SILER CITY — Miranda Griffin was finished with exams, and A.J. Alston had just one remaining. This was nine days before they ended their high school careers by graduating from Chatham Charter … more
A lot of Americans this year will likely face serious problems with their skin. According to a report from the U.S. Surgeon General in 2014, nearly five million people in the United States are … more
SILER CITY — Syd Ginsberg, a sculptor with a 77-year career, will be hosted by the N.C. Arts Incubator on May 17. Her work will be shown at the Person to Person Gallery from 6-8 p.m. Ginsberg … more
SILER CITY—For about a year and a half, Latinx students from Jordan-Matthews have been meeting, growing, and learning about their culture and how to play active roles in their community. The group, … more
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