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The Chatham County Schools Board of Education met at Chatham Mills in Pittsboro for a day-long retreat on Wednesday to reestablish priorities at the midway point of the school year. more
PITTSBORO — On Saturday, Northwood junior Skylar Adams played with a bandage on her left hand. She’s been playing with a broken finger for a while now. Senior Te’Keyah Bland … more
PITTSBORO — After the Northwood boys basketball team’s resounding 67-23 win over Jordan-Matthews on Saturday night, Chargers head coach Matt Brown wasn’t shy in his praise for his … more
Across the long indoor track season, different meets serve different purposes. Some are tune-ups. Some are low stakes. But every meet serves as an opportunity for athletes to continue … more
Sport always deeply reflects society. Athletics tell us what and who we value as a culture and hold a mirror as a microcosm of societal issues and debates. more
After starting the 2022 season 3-5, the Chatham Central baseball team rallied to win seven of its final 10 regular season games last spring and eliminate Jordan-Matthews in the Mid-Carolina … more
Attributed to the Greek philosopher Aristotle, the idea of “success breeds success” has been around for thousands of years. Locals who want an idea of what this is in practice need … more
We celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. this week. In addition to his courageous acts and inspiring words, I have learned from less famous people who worked with King. One of them lived right here in the … more
I shopped at my food co-op this morning and rolled the filled cart out to my car parked on a side street. I’m a responsible kind of gal so, after unloading the groceries, I began to push the … more
Later this year, the U.S. Supreme Court will finally compel the University of North Carolina and the rest of American higher education to halt the pervasive practice of racial and ethnic … more
MONCURE — A proposal from Vietnamese electric car manufacturer VinFast would threaten to permanently damage portions of the Haw River’s streams and wetlands near Moncure, according to … more
SILER CITY — Sing and Play ’23 Showcase, the 5th annual music competition for students from elementary through high school, returns next month with auditions and its popular showcase … more
“I like pork chops.” For some, that statement is the equivalent of a fireworks and marching band declaration. I grew up eating chops made with the store-bought crumb mixture. But … more
One thing Chathamites of all political persuasions can agree on is that the county has an internet problem. In fact, the lack of broadband access in Chatham was ranked as the number two issue in … more
Pittsboro native and resident Joyce Bouldin Frank’s work career took her to a variety of jobs in Chatham County and then to positions in accounting and management. But sensing God had other … more
ATLANTA — Students from Pittsboro Youth Theater won a Freddie G Outstanding Production National Theater Award at the 2023 Junior Theater Festival Atlanta, held Jan. 13-15 at the Cobb Galleria … more
SILER CITY — The town of Siler City was placed under a moratorium last May regarding sewer capacity, preventing new developments from being tapped into the town’s sewer system. Now, eight … more
A neighborhood in the southwest part of the county spent most of October and December without internet or landline phone service, owing to back-to-back, weeks-long broadband outages. Those outages … more
SILER CITY — Neighbors of a Chatham County teacher who faces five charges of assault with a deadly weapon say the alleged victims in the case — five teens whom they claim trespassed on … more
PITTSBORO — COVID-19 cases are on the rise again in Chatham County, according to a statement released by the Chatham County Public Health Department (CCPHD) last week. The Centers for … more
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