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While Charlotte is known as the Queen City, the behavior of its leaders sometimes invites comparison to a different monarch: Hans Christian Andersen’s newly “clothed” Emperor. … more
Folks in some tourism and marketing departments like to chirp that when it comes to weather, their states’ climates feature four honest-to-goodness seasons. We can now boast of at least few … more
With the Triangle expanding and North Carolina, in general, growing at an explosive rate, it’s high time for a frank conversation about the balance between collective action and individual … more
It is a Lunar New Year and the Year of the Rabbit, specifically the Water Rabbit that is believed to bring peace and calm. On my morning walk, I saw a bunny crouched beneath a bush. She was still as … more
Just recently, her family and many friends laid to rest my Aunt Rachel. She was 95, the last of a group of 12 brothers and sisters, including my mama, born to Grover and Verdonia Cooper of Bynum. … more
The best record of any Chatham County boys lacrosse team last spring belonged to Northwood, which finished the year 11-6 overall — the team’s best season since 2018 — after reaching … more
There is already too much chaos in this world for me to entertain a man who willingly puts mayonnaise in his coffee. I do not need this guy starting at the most important position on my favorite … more
Ahead of last Friday’s tilt between Chatham Charter and Woods Charters’ girls basketball teams, Knights senior Tamaya Walden was approached by her dad, who let her know how close she was … more
PITTSBORO — Mitch Johnson was already familiar with Northwood High when he recently applied to become the team’s next head football coach. Heck, he had already applied for the job the … more
PITTSBORO — As talented as Seaforth junior Jarin Stevenson is, even he’s not had a stretch like this before. Stevenson, a 6-foot-10 forward ranked as the No. 14 overall player and No. … more
PITTSBORO — Seaforth’s Harrison Compton seized the magnitude of the moment. The Mid-Carolina 1A/2A regular season wrestling title was on the line in a familiar battle of foes with … more
PITTSBORO — Northwood junior  player Drake Powell became the latest Chatham County  basketball player to pass 1,000 career points Tuesday night. more
PITTSBORO — Commissioners voted unanimously on Monday evening to pursue litigation against manufacturers of PFAS chemicals and aqueous film forming foam (AFFF). The vote was a historic step in … more
The leadership at three Chatham County Schools is set to change mid-year after a slew of principal resignations and appointments this week. more
Editor’s note: A number of readers and neighbors of a Chatham County teacher who faces five charges of assault with a deadly weapon have responded to the story “Teacher charged with … more
To the Editor: I was appalled and disgusted last week after reading Ben Rappaport’s article “Teacher charged with assault after teens explore devil church.” This remarkably … more
To the Editor: The News + Record’s article on Mr. Eric Hudson, the accused 4th grade teacher, has made me feel sick to my stomach. I am a close neighbor and decades-old friend of Mr. … more
To the Editor: An article appearing this week about an encounter between my neighbor and friend Eric Hudson and some local teenagers misrepresents the incident and casts him as an unsavory and … more
To the Editor: Like most of my neighbors, I was shocked and outraged by your newspaper’s report concerning Eric Hudson. It is full of falsehoods and hearsay, and not a human interest … more
Wanda Welch, 72, of Carlsbad, New Mexico, was welcomed into the arms of her Lord and Savior on January 11, 2023. She was born on February 19, 1950, to Colon Grey and Dorothy Mildred Culberson in … more
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