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PITTSBORO — On Tuesday, May 10, routine sampling of the water entering the Town of Pittsboro system revealed a higher-than-normal amount of free ammonia present in the sample. Upon … more
PITTSBORO — Commissioners and town staff discussed adjustments to Pittsboro’s 2022-23 budget during the town board’s regular meeting on Monday evening at the Chatham County Agricultural and … more
Her can-do attitude is just one reason she earned North Carolina State University’s most prestigious honor for incoming first-year students — the Park Scholarship. Phillips is one of just 42 students to receive the honor, having been selected from a pool of more than 2,400 global applicants. more
The fundraiser — Local on Lorax — was held at Forest Hall at Chatham Mills, giving attendees the chance to enjoy a locally sourced four-course meal, cocktails courtesy of Fair Game Distillery and bmc brewing, a live jazz band and a live auction. more
The board of commissioners held its first in-person regular meeting since 2020 on Monday evening, holding the first of two public hearings regarding the next fiscal year’s budget. more
PITTSBORO — Concentrations of a likely human carcinogen in Pittsboro's water were found to be almost non-detect after a 1,4-Dioxane spill on April 5.  Greensboro city officials notified … 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
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
PITTSBORO — Small traces of 1,4-Dioxane have been found in Pittsboro's water supply after a discharge of the likely carcinogenic compound on April 5.  Greensboro alerted the town to the … more
Town commissioners met Monday to discuss a request from Chatham Park Investors regarding an approval for 300,000-gallon elevated storage tank and a 12” water transmission main along Suttles Road. more
PITTSBORO — Greensboro city officials alerted Pittsboro town staff and board of commissioners members to an accidental discharge of 1,4-Dioxane — a chemical deemed by the Environmental … more
PITTSBORO — Food insecurity is growing issue in Chatham County, with 9,100 residents not knowing where their next meal might come from. But local restaurants and organizations are working to fight … 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
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
PITTSBORO — Tracy Kelly quietly made history in February when she was promoted to the rank of chief deputy of the Chatham County Sheriff’s Office. Although becoming chief deputy is an … more
Visitors who enter Pittsboro from the north approach the quaint town passing single family homes with a “Mayberry” vibe and see a classic Southern courthouse in the distance. Then they see something unexpected: the rotted carcass of a house on the east side of Hillsboro Street — with its peeling paint, broken windows and holes in the roof, it’s as if the town has allowed roadkill to fester on its welcome mat. more
PITTSBORO — Commissioners ended the town’s COVID-19 state of emergency, announced a new Public Information Officer and voted to dispute a road proposal bisecting Pittsboro’s North Woods community during their Monday meeting. more
The museum is set to open a short-term exhibit in April to highlight the area’s geology and how it has affected the county’s history and development. more
PITTSBORO — Chatham School for Science and Engineering student Dylan Philipps has been offered a Park Scholarship to North Carolina State University. more
PITTSBORO — The Small B&B Cafe’s “Brunch Around the World in 80 Days” has added a new stop: Ukraine. more
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