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The contests for Chatham County’s 2023 municipal elections are set. more
PITTSBORO — The Pittsboro Board of Commissioners met at 7 p.m. on Monday, July 24, at the Chatham County Agriculture & Conference Center to explain the splash pad closure, to revise utility rates for the 2023-2024 Fiscal Year and to approve the town’s water merger agreement with the City of Sanford. more
PITTSBORO — As Chatham Literacy Executive Director Vicki Newell stepped into the recently renovated CORA Food Pantry warehouse, she said “Oh my gosh, this is amazing!” more
PITTSBORO — The Chatham County Board of Elections swore in the board members and chair for their two-year term at noon on Tuesday, July 18, at the Chatham County Board of Elections Office. more
PITTSBORO — In the hot and humid mid-July air, Lizabeth Silva, student of Central Carolina Community College, climbed into a bright red seated forklift, maneuvering the machine under close instruction from forklift instructor Ben Rankin. more
Wolfspeed CEO Gregg Lowe officially joined the Board of Trustees at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University last week. NC A&T is the nation’s No. 1-ranked Historically Black College or University (HBCU). more
SANFORD — After years of battling crime and blight at The Prince Downtown motel, the City of Sanford, North Carolina Alcohol Law Enforcement (ALE), and neighboring residents and businesses worked together to close it down permanently. more
PITTSBORO – Chatham Park is an approximately 7,100 acre planned development district approved by the Town of Pittsboro in 2015 that, according to its approved master plan, will include up to 22 million square feet of non-residential development, 22,000 residential units, at least 1,320 acres of open space and 667 acres of park land and will feature a variety of land uses such as dwellings, parks, open space, entertainment and commerce. more
Residents of Chatham County are being cautioned by the Chatham County Sheriff’s Office about a jury duty scam currently making the rounds. more
MONCURE — VinFast, the Vietnamese electric car manufacturer bringing the largest economic development project in state history to Chatham County, has posted initial site plans for its electric vehicle factory. more
SILER CITY — The Immigrant Community Advisory Committee (ICAC) met at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, July 12, to discuss scheduling a meeting with Siler City Police Department Chief Mike Wagner, to decide the next meeting dates and to speak about ICAC membership, in addition to reviewing the Transportation Community Priority List. more
RALEIGH — Across North Carolina, 25,825 households and 862 businesses in 33 counties will get high-speed internet thanks to nearly $80 million in additional Growing Rural Economies with Access to Technology (GREAT) grants, Gov. Roy Cooper announced on July 6. more
SILER CITY — The Town of Siler City Board of Commissioners met at 6 p.m. on Monday, July 17, in the courtroom at City Hall. The commissioners voted to contract Hobbs Architects to conduct pre-design work on the recently acquired Carter Bank & Trust building in Siler City and for a new public works office, and voted to restructure the town’s Finance Department. more
PITTSBORO — The Town of Pittsboro Board of Commissioners met at 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, July 13, for a water and wastewater utility merger workshop special meeting. more
The Chatham County Sheriff’s Office arrested three suspects in connection with a shooting that occurred on July 5, 2023. more
SILER CITY — At the 94th N.C. FFA State Convention in Raleigh in June, Reyna Nava Catalan made history as the first-place winner in the FFA Spanish Creed competition.  more
PITTSBORO – YMCA of the Triangle is aiming to open a brand new facility in the Chatham Park Planned Development District. more
PITTSBORO — At last week’s Chatham County Schools Board of Education meeting at 6 p.m. on Monday, July 10, Superintendent Dr. Anthony Jackson presented statistics on the graduating class of 2023.  more
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled on Thursday, June 29, that affirmative action practices within college admissions were unconstitutional in a 6-3 decision. Chief Justice John Roberts wrote the opinion of the court, joined by Justices Clarence Thomas, Samuel Alito, Neil Gorsuch, Brett Kavanaugh and Amy Coney Barrett.  more
Turn on your ACs and head inside.  The month of July has been one of the hottest months ever recorded across the world, according to the Associated Press , and between June 11 to 17, the … more
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