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The Siler City Board of Commissioners met on Feb. 5, receiving a report from Hobbs Architecture about the condition of the Carter Bank & Trust building that the city acquired last year. more
BEAR CREEK — Fifth grader Helen Moose of George Moses Horton Middle School is the best speller in the county, nabbing first place in the 2024 Chatham County Schools District Spelling Bee at … more
PITTSBORO — In-person early voting for 2024’s March 5 primary election kicked off on Thursday, Feb. 15 across North Carolina. Statewide, more than 340 early voting sites are open for … more
PITTSBORO – Dwarfed by one of the state’s first granular activated carbon advanced filtration systems a trio of government officials gathered at the Pittsboro Water Treatment plant to … more
‌Sometimes, a person can seek the answers, and other times, the answers can find them. Former Jordan-Matthews basketball head coach John Phillips, who was in the midst of one of his worst … more
GREENSBORO — The former director of the Chatham County Housing Authority (CCHA) was sentenced to 30 months in prison after pleading guilty to fraud charges last week in federal court. … more
PITTSBORO — The year was 1824. America as a nation was not yet 50 years old. John Quincy Adams was elected president in one of only two Presidential races decided by the House of … more
SILER CITY — Congressman Richard Hudson (NC-09) joined farmers and agricultural interests from Chatham County and the surrounding area on Thursday, Feb. 8 at Bestfood Cafeteria in Siler City. … more
North Carolinians looking to vote in the March 5 primary election have until Friday Feb. 9 to register or make changes to party affiliation. State law sets the voter registration deadline as 25 days … more
PITTSBORO — The Chatham County Schools Board met January 16 for its first board meeting of 2024. The district is looking to restart apprenticeships and internships with Chatham hospital, … more
Testing results from the Pittsboro water distribution system delivered good news for the town’s water supply. Results received by the town indicated that a minimal amount of the substance … more
PITTSBORO — Pittsboro Mayor Kyle Shipp has joined the Environmental Protection Agency’s Local Government Advisory Committee (LGAC). Chartered under the Federal Advisory Committee Act … more
CHAPEL HILL – The Town of Chapel Hill council met Wednesday, Jan. 24, hearing a feisty discussion on the Israel-Hamas war during the public comment period. Passionate advocates made … more
PITTSBORO — The Town of Pittsboro was notified on Wednesday, Jan. 24, by Burlington city officials that regular testing performed at the South Burlington Wastewater Treatment Plant showed the … more
PITTSBORO – The Town of Pittsboro Board of Commissioners met Monday, Jan. 8... more
PITTSBORO — A firearm brought to Northwood High School by a 14-year old student was seized after reports were made that the student had brought the weapon to school, shown it to another … more
The January 16th regular session of the Chatham County Board of Commissioners convened at 6:00 PM and after opening with the pledge of allegiance moved item 235011 from the consent to the regular … more
There wasn’t any love lost between Jordan-Matthews and Cummings in Friday night’s varsity double header. Starting with the Jordan-Matthews girls coming back from down double digits … more
PITTSBORO — Chatham County Schools is one of 20 North Carolina public school districts to receive a $50,000 pilot grant in 2024, aimed at enhancing teacher recruitment and retention. This … more
The name “Siler City” bore a new, yet familiar meaning for a couple of hours last Thursday night. Former Jordan-Matthews football and basketball legend Robert Siler returned to his … more
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