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More than a decade — and hundreds of hours of practice — later, Mitchum doesn’t just understand how to read and play music. He’s become an artist. more
“We never based our business just on burgers,” she said. “It’s based on quality; top quality meat cut and ground every day. When you order your burger, you know it’s getting fixed right then.” more
SANFORD ­— A smoother ride is coming to several secondary roads in Lee County. The N.C. Dept. of Transportation has awarded a $1.3 million contract to mill out the old asphalt and … more
The Chatham County Board of Commissioners have authorized the issuance of limited obligation bonds (LOB) amounting up to $85 million, which will go toward building and equipping a Chatham County … more
PITTSBORO — The Chatham County Public Health Department recently distributed potassium iodide (KI) to residents and employers within 10 miles of the Shearon Harris Nuclear Power Plant. KI is a … more
SILER CITY — After shutting down in-person meals nearly 16 months ago, the Chatham County Council on Aging reopened to congregate meals at its Western Chatham Senior Center (WCSC) in Siler City … more
San Marcos Taqueria y Buffet opened a buffet section last Saturday, following weeks of preparation and county approval. And according to restaurant owner Bernardo Gallegos Rodriguez, that had always … more
PITTSBORO — As of July 7th, 50% of the Chatham County population has received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, marking a significant milestone in the county’s fight to end the COVID-19 … more
PITTSBORO — Few town employees liaise with residents as often as the planning director. A municipality’s planning department administers all zoning and subdivision regulations for property … more
At about the halfway point through the planned activities for Chatham County’s 250th anniversary celebration, lead organizer Hilary Pollan says interest and participation are strong — and that … more
PITTSBORO — Energy is an imprecise science. Experts generally agree about two-thirds of all electrical energy goes to waste ­— from the generation point at a power plant, through a series of … more
PITTSBORO — A second round of Pittsboro water analysis released Monday suggests another “slug” of 1,4-Dioxane was illegally released into the Haw River a week after Greensboro representatives … more
PITTSBORO — There was a time in his life, just four short years ago, when Corbie Hill would have found it difficult to envision himself as a runner. Much less a fast one. But the … more
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention urged schools on Friday to fully reopen in the fall, also saying that fully vaccinated students and teachers don’t have to wear face masks in … more
Chatham County Schools has extended its deadline for K-8 applications to its standalone virtual academy for next year, and will now accept students through July 30. The deadline for high schoolers … more
Plans to build a Hindu temple in Moncure are still under way, Carolina Murugan Temple organizers say, though construction will be scaled down and divided into multiple phases. Initial plans for … more
SILER CITY — The First United Methodist Church of Siler City recently recognized scout leaders and Scouts during a recent morning worship service. The FUMC is the local sponsor for Cub Scout … more
ASHEBORO — Randolph Community College has recognized student achievement with its annual Academic Awards and Curriculum Awards. The Academic Award is based on the highest GPA in the degree and … more
PITTSBORO — The Chatham County Public Health Department continues to encourage residents to take advantage of the many local options available for the COVID-19 vaccine. More than 36,000 Chatham … more
The Chatham County Council on Aging will celebrate its 47th anniversary as a nonprofit organization serving older adults and their families from 7-9 p.m. Thursday. To join the Council’s virtual … more
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