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PITTSBORO — The board of commissioners voted unanimously to hire Jonathan Franklin as Pittsboro's new town manager on Tuesday evening after recessing Monday night's closed session. He will … more
JoAnn Davis, the indicted director of the Chatham County Housing Authority, has been placed on administrative leave by her board. Housing Authority board attorney Brian Crawford told the News + … more
Chatham County Schools officials on Friday confirmed Eric Hudson, a 4th-grade teacher at Pittsboro Elementary, is no longer at the school as of Thursday.  more
MONCURE — VinFast’s plan, from the start, was ambitious: to roll out new electric vehicles from a sparkling new plant at Chatham County’s Triangle Innovation Point by July of … more
On Thursday morning, March 9, Chatham County authorities recovered the body of a teenager who went missing Tuesday evening while jet-skiing near Farrington Point Boat Ramp, 605 Farrington Point … more
On the evening of March 7 at approximately 8 p.m., the Chatham County Sheriff's Office responded to Farrington Point Boat Ramp, 605 Farrington Point Rd., following a report of a missing … more
According to the federal grand jury indictment — filed on Feb. 13 in Greensboro with the United States District Court for the Middle District of North Carolina — the Chatham County … more
SANFORD — The events, unrelated and seemingly discordant, would create — rather quickly — the inspiration for something not found anywhere in North Carolina, or perhaps the entire … more
In the latest round of the culture wars in school systems across the U.S., “equity training” is a rallying cry for those from both sides of the political aisle to take up arms and prepare … more
Pinehurst Medical Clinic Gastroenterology March is National Colon Cancer Awareness month, so there is no better time to discuss the importance of colon cancer screening to prevent the second … more
SILER CITY — A toy dump truck, 12 tires and a rusted bike were just part of the trash haul at Loves Creek on Saturday. The annual cleanup along the Siler City greenway was organized by the … more
JoAnn Davis, accused in a federal indictment of taking more than $200,000 in kickbacks in her role as the executive director of the Chatham County Housing Authority, pleaded not guilty last Thursday … more
SILER CITY — Three local students took top prizes last Thursday in “Sing and Play ’23,” the 5th annual student music competition at Jordan-Matthews High School. From auditions … more
Academic support and homework help are integral to what CIS, a nonprofit with the mission of surrounding students with a network of support for school and life, does through Chatham County Schools. more
PITTSBORO — It used to be a fascination. Nothing more than an interesting phenomenon to be studied in books and classes. Then, it came for her. more
SILER CITY — Commissioners gathered Monday at town hall for the first time since renovations began there in early 2020, meeting in the courtroom to unanimously approve a plan allowing town … more
PITTSBORO — Updating zoning requirements and identifying areas of specialized land use may not sound like anyone’s idea of a party, but it is part of what Chairperson of the Chatham … more
The No. 5 seed Seaforth girls basketball team won the East Regional 2A basketball title over No. 2 seed North Pitt 53-41 Saturday on the strength of torrid 17-point shooting by sophomore point guard Gabby White and a trio of teammates who notched double digits.  more
SANFORD — As he walked off the court Saturday afternoon, Northwood junior Drake Powell embraced his dad, Dedric, who didn't mince words about what he just watched. "It was an ugly win," he said, "but a win nonetheless." more
FOUR OAKS — They made it. Chatham Charter’s girls basketball team will play for a state championship for the first time in the history of the program that joined the N.C. High … more
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