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GOLDSTON — Goldston Public Library is excited to announce new events during the month of July for the Chatham County community to enjoy. The following events are free and open to the public. more
RALEIGH — The North Carolina State Board of Elections (NCSBE) met on Tuesday, June 27, and approved temporary rules related to the implementation of voter ID rules in North Carolina elections. more
Monarch, a statewide provider of mental health, substance use disorder, intellectual and developmental disabilities and traumatic brain injury services, now provides Mobile Crisis Services in Chatham County.  more
RALEIGH — As summer activities heat up and North Carolinians flock to recreational waters to beat the higher temperatures, the N.C. Dept. of Health and Human Services is urging residents to prioritize safety and adopt best practices for enjoying water activities with their pets.  more
RALEIGH — Pittsboro, North Carolina, resident James Murray was among the graduates Campbell University’s Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law conferred 145 Juris Doctor degrees on Friday, May 12, during its 45th hooding and graduation ceremony at the J.S. Dorton Arena.  more
WILMINGTON — Economic development professionals across North Carolina were honored for their contributions to the economic development profession and their communities at the North Carolina Economic Development Association (NCEDA) 2023 Annual Conference.  more
  On June 21, 2023, the Chatham County Sheriff’s Office received a report of inappropriate sexual communication and relations between a suspect and another family member.   … more
The Silk Hope Ruritan Club has donated state-of-the-art interactive video panels to Silk Hope School. These cutting-edge panels serve as tools for teachers, providing them with enhanced capabilities … more
Kyle Shipp is thrilled to announce his candidacy for Mayor of Pittsboro and share a bold vision for the future of Pittsboro. As a town commissioner, Shipp gained valuable experience and an in-depth … more
PITTSBORO — While the weather roared outside of the Chatham County Agriculture & Conference Center on Monday evening, Pittsboro commissioners held their last meeting of the month, which … more
PITTSBORO — Many of Chatham County’s elected officials and various municipal administrations came together on Monday afternoon for a round-table discussion with N.C. Attorney General Josh … more
The Fourth of July — also known as Independence Day in the U.S. — is widely celebrated across Chatham County with various festivals, church celebrations and firework displays.   … more
SILER CITY — The Siler City Board of Commissioners met at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, June 20, in the Courtroom at City Hall to approve the town’s 2023-2024 budget. The town’s new budget for … more
PITTSBORO   — The Town of Pittsboro is pleased to announce the launch of a public website dedicated to providing information on the proposed merger of the water and wastewater systems with … more
PITTSBORO — Representatives from FirstNet and AT&T, as well as N.C. House Rep. Robert Reives II (D-Dist.54) and Gov. Roy Cooper attended FirstNet’s Five Year Anniversary Celebration … more
Chatham Animal Rescue & Education (CARE) is proud to announce the hiring of their new Executive Director Jon Spoon. Spoon brings a passion for promoting animal welfare along with years of … more
The Pittsboro Police Department is investigating an incident Monday night in which shots were fired at a Chatham County Sheriff’s Office deputy’s home.   This act of violence … more
PITTSBORO — As the sun rose on Saturday morning, over 130 residents, elected officials and local Civil Rights activists gathered behind George Moses Horton Middle School to commemorate the … more
PITTSBORO — Under the sizzling sun on Saturday, June 17, almost 3,000 festivalgoers looked through Black-owned vendors’ booths, admiring artwork, spices, jewelry and even honey to buy. … more
PITTSBORO — The town of Pittsboro’s water infrastructure has been a hot-button issue for commissioners and residents alike.   Town staff and elected officials are working to … more
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