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Fire destroyed a large portion of retired Siler City doctor John Dykers’ home Monday. Believed to have started in a garage area near the home’s water heater system, the fire claimed 60 to 70 percent of the more than 100-year-old residence, according to Siler City Fire Chief Scott Murphy. more
The mother of a Siler City Elementary student has filed a lawsuit against Chatham County Schools after the student was allegedly administered the wrong medication by a school employee, resulting in the child receiving emergency treatment at Chatham Memorial Hospital. more
Parks in Siler City have seen improvements over recent months with more expected.Siler City Parks and Recreation Director Joseph Keel presented some of the updates with the Siler City Board of Commissioners on Monday and requested approval for some of the changes. more
The town of Siler City was awarded the Urban Conservation Award by the N.C. Association of Soil and Water Conservation Districts in January. more
Third Street in Siler City has reopened after being closed since last May to facilitate the construction of Mountaire’s $170 million, 255,000 square foot poultry processing facility adjacent to the road. more
The Carolina Stockyard Restaurant sells between 500 and 600 pounds of beef a week – a pretty remarkable feat considering the restaurant is only open three days a week, according to the restaurant’s co-owner, Sherry Duncan. more
The West Chatham NAACP held its annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. celebration breakfast Saturday at the Holy Trinity Church in Siler City. The keynote speaker was Dr. Ronda Taylor Bullock, a Chatham … more
SILER CITY – Noemi Mora, Cesia Lopez and Lenore Ramos — each 17-year-old seniors at Jordan-Matthews High School— share many similarities with their peers. more
The Siler City Development Organization (SCDO) is offering a facade grant program for downtown properties with funding from the Siler City Board of Commissioners. SCDO is the administrator of the … more
For the first time, the Town of Siler City is instituting new water rates for bulk users. The new rates were approved at last week’s board of commissioners meeting. Officials say they were implemented to ensure that users who tax the town’s water and wastewater infrastructure are paying enough to support the upgrades and maintenance  required to supply the water needs of those large users while remaining competitive to  large industries that may consider locating to the area. more
After an absence of nearly two decades, Siler City’s Spring Chicken Festival will return to downtown May 4 with the help of Mountaire. more
After conducting a search of a Siler City residence on Dec. 29, the Randolph County Sheriff’s Office’s Vice Narcotics Unit arrested three people on various charges. more
The late Al Craven, a longtime law enforcement officer with the Siler City Police Department, was honored the Chatham County Law Enforcement Officer’s Association on Jan. 3 more
The town of Siler City received a $235,000 grant last week to support the renovation of the old Olympic Steel building for A.D. Tubi, a European manufacturer of welded tubes. The company, which … more
A new redesign to a popular intersection of the “superstreet” improvements scheduled for U.S. Hwy. 64 has raised concerns from some Siler City Town Board members. more
The town of Siler City is choosing to wait to consider a Mountaire request to close a portion of E. Third Street until after the plant is up and running. more
The Chatham Cares Community Pharmacy provides free prescriptions, over-the-counter medicines, and used medical equipment for Chatham County residents who are uninsured or underinsured. more
The Siler City Development Organization (SCDO) is offering a facade grant program for downtown properties with funding from the Siler City Board of Commissioners. The Siler City Board of … more
Mountaire has asked the Town of Siler City to consider permanently closing a portion of Third Street within the city limits. more
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