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Commissioners approved a rezoning request for a local trucking company and salvage yard during their regular meeting on Monday. more
The Immigrant Community Advisory Committee shared subcommittee updates and pinpointed community engagement as a major roadblock to achieving goals outlined in the Building Integrated Communities plan during its monthly meeting last Tuesday. more
PITTSBORO — The electric vehicle plant planned for the Triangle Innovation Point industrial site near Moncure is expected to boost property tax revenue for Chatham County each year by about … more
A new surge in COVID-19 cases after a two-month decline may be more significant than it appears because of the rise in home testing, but it’s mostly all quiet on Chatham County’s case count … more
SILER CITY — Siler City Commissioner at-large incumbent Cindy Bray will face two political newcomers, James Underwood and Dean Picot II, in Siler City’s first municipal election since 2020. … more
The event is designed to showcase the accomplishments of people who have recovered from substance use disorders and use those stories to inspire others to walk the path of recovery. more
Pittsboro adds public information officer, emergency management coordinator PITTSBORO — Colby W. Sawyer has been named public information officer and emergency management coordinator for the … more
PITTSBORO — The Chatham County Parks & Recreation Department invites the community to celebrate the planet at its Earth Day Celebration. This first-time event will take place to 2 to 5:30 … more
PITTSBORO — Circle City Merchants, a Pittsboro-based group of business owners, entrepreneurs, food producers and restaurants, is hosting its first “Treasure Quest,” a scavenger hunt … more
PITTSBORO — The Welcome Center, which opened in downtown Pittsboro last spring, serves as a resource for curious visitors and residents who want to know more about the area has to … more
With the theme of “Every Day is Earth Day,” a celebration fundraiser for the Siler City Collaborative Garden has been scheduled for Friday, April 22. more
Girl Scout Troop 1024, along with Pittsboro town officials, gathered in Mary Hayes Barber Holmes park earlier this month to plant a Cherokee Brave Dogwood and a native North Carolina tree to celebrate Arbor Day. more
When your county lands the largest economic development project in North Carolina history, the line of those selfishly seeking at least a little of the credit can quickly grow pretty long. more
For the first time in at least 41 years, three Jordan-Matthews juniors have been selected from among thousands to attend N.C. Governor’s School this summer. more
PITTSBORO — For the fourth year running, Chatham County Schools has been honored with the Best Communities for Music Education designation from The NAMM Foundation for its outstanding commitment to … more
PITTSBORO — Chatham County Solid Waste & Recycling is hosting several events in April, including an annual Earth Day event with document shredding and tours of the recycling facility. All … more
Cute baby bunnies are a staple of Easter, but taking young rabbits out of your yard and into your home will likely do more harm than good. Well-meaning people often put young wildlife’s health in danger when they intervene in a wild animal’s natural process of growing up. more
The Chatham Arts Council has opened two grants for application this week, partnering with the North Carolina Arts Commission as its Designated County Partner to award Grassroots Arts Grants. more
The United Way of Chatham County’s (UWCC) 2021/2022 campaign generated the most dollars and donors in its 36-year history in Chatham County, with 84% of donations coming from residential campaigns. … more
PITTSBORO — A Siler City man serving time for probation violation and scheduled for release in May was found dead Friday night in the Chatham County Detention Center, apparently of … more
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