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Nota del editor: Este es el primer informe de una serie de informes especiales producidos a través de la subvención que Facebook regaló al News + Record. El proyecto se … more
Carolina del Norte permanecerá en la Fase 2 de reapertura conocida como “Más Seguro en Casa” hasta el 11 de septiembre a las 5 p.m., anunció el miércoles el … more
North Carolina will remain in “Safer at Home” Phase 2 of reopening until Sept. 11 at 5 p.m., Gov. Roy Cooper announced Wednesday. This is the second extension of Phase 2 in North … more
Editor’s note: The News + Record’s three-part series about stress in the age of COVID-19 wrapped up in last week’s edition. This story — drawn from a video project on the subject by CN+R … more
ALLEN’S BBQ: Continuing to serve take out for the time being. Full menu currently available but subject to change (based upon availability), served at front walk up window, call ahead ordering … more
The Chatham County Public Health Department announced Thursday that four cases of COVID-19, the novel coronavirus, had been identified at the Laurels of Chatham Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Pittsboro. more
In the latest installment of our chats with experts and people making a difference in Chatham through the COVID-19 pandemic, we spoke to Layton Long, director of the Chatham County Public Health Department, and Dennis Streets, executive director of the Chatham County Council on Aging, about why seniors are a group at-risk for contracting COVID-19, advice for seniors and their caregivers and what different groups are doing to help this vulnerable population during this time. more
The state of North Carolina will be under a stay-at-home order, starting at 5 p.m. Monday, Gov. Roy Cooper said in a press conference Friday afternoon. The order comes after multiple counties and municipalities issued their own orders. more
Chatham County Manager Dan LaMontagne told the News + Record Thursday morning that the county government was in the process of exploring what a shelter-in-place order would look like in Chatham. more
The Chatham County Public Health Department announced Wednesday, March 25, that three more residents had tested positive for COVID-19, the novel coronavirus, in a news release. The N.C. Department of Health and Human Services notified the Chatham health department of the positive tests on March 24. The new positives bring the total caseload in Chatham to six individuals. more
Through the first week of public schools being closed because of the spread of COVID-19, the novel coronavirus, districts around North Carolina work to adjust to a nearly-unprecedented situation. Now that the “break” from in-person teaching has been extended to May 15, teachers and administrators across Chatham County have been trying to find a rhythm. more
When traffic at CORA jumped this week — double or even triple the normal numbers of individuals and families seeking food assistance — Melissa Driver Beard, the non-profit food pantry’s executive director, found herself in dire need of healthy volunteers to help assemble and hand out bags of food. more
After Gov. Roy Cooper’s executive order closed all public schools in North Carolina for two weeks — joining many of his governor colleagues across the United States — the state’s school systems, including Chatham County Schools, have had to make adjustments in a quick amount of time. The announcement came Saturday, and by Monday, CCS had begun to put things in place. more
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