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Council on Aging moving to optional mask status The Chatham County Council on Aging has announced that mask wearing for its participants and volunteers would become optional … more
Broken Spit’s menu offers a wide variety of meat and sides — ranging from fresh smoked brisket to diverse sauce options, such as the classic vinegar based North Carolina sauce, Bourbon style sauce and more. more
The Chatham Central High School senior was a finalist for the prestigious Morehead-Cain Scholarship. While she didn’t receive the honor — it would have covered all expenses for four years of undergraduate study at UNC-Chapel Hill — she forged strong friendships in the process and still plans to enroll in UNC next fall, where she will begin pre-pharmacy studies. more
SILER CITY — Over the weekend, two sporting events captivated Chathamites like no other, bringing the county together to witness intense rivalry battles, talented student-athletes and a blue-blooded champion taking home the crown. more
GAL is engaged and a volunteer advocate appointed for every child the Department of Social Services has determined to be abused or neglected. Right now, the District 15B GAL office, which is a part of the administrative offices of the Court, is working with 94 children in Chatham County and 71 children in Orange County. Currently, there are 134 GAL volunteers serving newborns to 18-year-olds. more
VinFast, a Vietnamese electric vehicle manufacturer, was officially introduced in a ceremony Tuesday at the Raleigh Convention Center as the first tenant at Triangle Innovation Point, the county’s huge megasite near Moncure. more
The genesis “Project Blue,” as it was first known, got its start with a site visit by VinFast to the TIP site in Chatham County back in December.  “We’ve really … more
In response to the mock “slave auction” incident — where Black middle school students were targeted by their white classmates at J.S. Waters School in Goldston earlier this month — Chatham Organizing for Racial Equity (CORE), a Pittsboro-based nonprofit, hosted a webinar for the community last Tuesday entitled, “How to Talk to Your Kids about Racism.” more
PITTSBORO — During Monday evening’s regular board meeting, commissioners discussed the possibility of starting to replace some of the older patrol police cars with electric vehicles, marking the … more
Members of a wastewater study commission appointed by the Chatham County Board of Commissioners to address rapid growth along the U.S. Hwy. 15-501 corridor discussed seven potential solutions at its … more
SILER CITY — Donald Davidson, 87, and his wife Violet, 82, would rarely go more than a few days without knocking on a door or visiting a Bible student as part of their volunteer ministry. That … more
CHAPEL HILL — Conservation groups called on the North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality to impose stronger limits than proposed in a draft permit that would authorize Chemours’ … more
“Hey, Lei, how’s it goin’ eh?” “Good.” “Good, eh? How’s that teenage girl of yours, eh?” “Ruby is fine, Buck. But I’m worried about you. What’s up with all the … more
RALEIGH — Silas Christenbury, a junior at Chatham Charter School, has been selected to attend the 2022 session of Governor’s School of North Carolina. Over 1,700 high school students from … more
PITTSBORO — History repeated itself as Northwood High School students once again distinguished themselves in the annual Joseph S. Rumbaugh Oratory contest sponsored by the Sons of the American … more
SANFORD — Central Carolina Community College will host two basketball camps this summer. This Middle School Basketball Camp will be held from 5:30-8:30 p.m. July 25-28. The $100 registration fee … more
Josh Harris has been the head coach of the Jordan-Matthews women’s soccer team for a little over two weeks. And he’s already got the best winning percentage in program history. more
The first GreenWood Wrights’Fest will offer speeches from renowned master woodworkers — including Roy Underhill, who hosted PBS’s The Woodwright’s Shop for 37 seasons — and woodworker and author Brendan Gaffney, as well as 26 instructional classes and numerous open-air demonstrations. more
Siler City-born Christine Paige-Reye, 80, and her brother Henry Paige, 82, spent their lives working to break barriers and make memories locally and afar — from becoming the first Black woman to be a school bus driver in Chatham to hunting on an American president’s land outside of Boston. more
CSWD to host Creek Geeks Field Day SILER CITY — The Chatham Soil and Water Conservation District invites the community to Creek Geeks Field Day from 1 to 3:30 p.m. Saturday, April … more
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