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The Chatham County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a shooting that occurred Wednesday, April 26 at approximately 11:40 a.m. at the intersection of Moore Mountain Road and Hamlets Chapel … more
SILER CITY — Jordan-Matthews alumnus Erica Vargas always knew she wanted to study criminal justice. A position at Siler City’s Walmart as a loss prevention officer left her wanting … more
SANFORD — Central Carolina Community College holds the keys to North Carolina’s successful future in manufacturing and biotechnology. That’s according to Gov. Roy Cooper, … more
More than a dozen bills filed in the N.C. General Assembly’s legislative session focus on expanding funding for charter schools and increasing the state’s voucher programs for private … more
JoAnn Davis, the director of the Chatham County Housing Authority charged in a 19-count indictment in late February, has reached a plea agreement with federal prosecutors. Davis agreed to plead … more
PITTSBORO — Wiggins, the sidekick of the famed Detective Sherlock Holmes, is suddenly thrown into the spotlight. He must help his crew uncover clues and solve the mystery of the 1st Baker … more
CHAPEL HILL — It was the middle of the pandemic, and Marianne Maschal was exhausted.  Watching over three small children who were around at all hours of the day — while she cooked … more
How do we know child abuse when we see it? As April — Child Abuse Prevention Month — wraps up, we speak with Cim Brailer, the program administrator and deputy director if Chatham … more
SILER CITY — After being under a state-imposed sewer moratorium for almost a year, the town of Siler City signed a Special Order by Consent with the N.C. Dept. of Environmental Quality, which … more
PITTSBORO — Chatham County employees and residents rolled up their sleeves to give the gift of life April 12 at the County’s Agriculture Building in Pittsboro.  Thirty-one … more
The annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association in Chicago will feature groundbreaking research that could mean big changes for children entering kindergarten, including those in … more
PITTSBORO — The odds and numbers were not in the favor of Council on Aging staff last week at Chatham County Agriculture & Conference Center. As the agency gathered to honor the backbone … more
PITTSBORO — The Chatham Economic Development Corporation is pleased to announce that Jack Pendergraph has joined the organization as a business retention and expansion specialist, handling … more
Kids aren’t the only people who need to go fishing. So, too, do wounded and disabled veterans. And it’s for that reason that Operation North State exists. Each year, ONS holds nine … more
PITTSBORO — The town’s board of commissioners held a public hearing to discuss a rezoning request for a proposed multi-family dwelling community during its regular meeting Monday evening. … more
BENNETT — A rainy March day brought sub-40-degree temperatures. Not ideal, Timmy Britt thought, for standing outdoors and eating barbecue. But the co-owner of the new … more
GOLDSTON — It was Saturday, but Ida Mae Barrett was dressed up in her Sunday best — highlighted by a queen’s crown and a gold “Birthday Girl” sash, all done in honor of … more
SILER CITY — A town hall not only serves as a public gathering place, but it’s often a symbol of the community in which it resides. Siler City’s town hall — located at 311 … more
PITTSBORO — Lack of adequate rural broadband in Chatham County has long hindered residents’ access to the internet. There may, however, be some resolution on the horizon. At … more
PITTSBORO — When Rachel Nelms started working at Cure Nursery — which used to be located on Buteo Ridge in Pittsboro — in 2020, she never imagined she would open a native plant … more
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