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A sampling of early reviews from Marcia Herman-Giddens’ new book:   A vividly detailed contribution to civil rights history. — Kirkus Reviews   Marcia Edwina … more
SILER CITY — Move over, basketball. Pickleball has claimed another convert, and his name is Siler City native Calvin Marsh. Despite his previous protests, the gregarious Marsh can now be … more
SILER CITY — Jordan-Matthews High School student Eric Alvarez, 17, died in a single-car accident near Siler City last Saturday, Feb. 4.  Alvarez swerved off Silk Hope Liberty Rd. near … more
The Chatham County Sheriff’s Office has charged four suspects in connection with a January shooting near Siler City that left two victims injured.   The three adult suspects in the … more
Legislation known as the “Parents’ Bill of Rights” proposed by Republicans in the N.C. Senate would ban certain curricula around gender identity and sexuality for students in kindergarten through 4th grade, as well as require school staff to tell parents when a child wants to change their pronouns. more
PITTSBORO — When Pittsboro resident and Clean Haw River co-founder Katie Bryant founded the initiative in 2020, she made it her mission to advocate for action against industries discharging … more
SILER CITY — Three pieces of paper to build the tallest tower possible. That task perplexes Abby, a Silk Hope 4th-grader, for a moment. But she gets to work. Her first attempt is too … more
PITTSBORO — Kombucha-making, sound therapy and trucking are just three types of businesses led by Black entrepreneurs in Chatham County. While they’re impacting the local economy in a … more
PITTSBORO ­— When the town’s board of commissioners voted to sue PFAS manufacturers during their Jan. 23 meeting, it marked the first time in North Carolina history a municipal … more
PITTSBORO — Chatham County Schools middle and high school students had an excellent showing in tryouts for the 2023 All-District Band. Thirty-three CCS middle and high students have been … more
SANFORD — Melissa Fogarty, Central Carolina Community College medical assisting program director and Chatham Health Sciences Center site director, is the 2022-2023 CCCC Faculty Member of the … more
LEI: Buck, you’re weird. BUCK: Gee, Lei, why would you interrupt my breakfast with a comment like that? LEI: What did you order? BUCK: The usual — two scrambled eggs, bacon, … more
SILER CITY — Not long ago, after celebrating a successful first-decade serving Jordan-Matthews High School artists and the broader community, JMArts was poised to launch a campaign to recruit … more
PITTSBORO — Chatham County Public Libraries has been awarded a $17,000 Food Literacy Center grant from the State Library of North Carolina. In partnership with the Chatham County Public … more
CHAPEL HILL — Bold Development Group’s 501 Landing shopping center is under construction and on target to open for business this summer. The North Chatham/South Chapel Hill shopping … more
Editor’s note: second in a four-part series. PITTSBORO — Helen Farrar didn’t fancy herself as an athlete growing up, or even in her working years. But the lifelong Pittsboro … more
PITTSBORO — Population and registered voter growth in and around Pittsboro has prompted Chatham County’s Board of Elections to break up two voting precincts into four. In January, the … more
PITTSBORO — Tami Schwerin, founder of The Plant, was honored with a Sustainable Business of the Year Award by the North Carolina Business Council at its annual awards banquet on Jan. 26. The … more
SILER CITY — Mayor Chip Price swore in new Siler City Town Clerk Kimberly Pickard at the town’s board of commissioners’ meeting Monday. Pickard was surrounded by her family … more
Pittsboro moves offices from Chatham Mills to Main Street Station PITTSBORO — The town of Pittsboro has moved its offices formerly located at Chatham Mills and downtown Pittsboro into a new … more
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