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Wolfspeed celebrated a significant construction milestone at its new multi-billion dollar John Palmour Manufacturing Center for Silicon Carbide in Siler City. The topping out ceremony, held on … more
After a long build up of negotiations, discussion and debate, Pittsboro and Sanford are uniting their water utilities under a new name: TriRiver Water. The rebranding, which will start in July, … more
Chatham Central softball pitcher Maddie Kaczmarczyk earns athlete of the week honors for the week of March 25. more
Baseball Seaforth beat Northwood, 12-5, on March 26. Chatham Central lost to Raleigh Homeschool, 7-2, on March 26. Jordan-Matthews beat Southeast Alamance, 7-4, on March 26. Junior … more
Rain showers on March 27 and Thursday caused some of last week’s games to be canceled or postponed. Here are the updated statuses for affected games around the county: more
Former Seaforth basketball star Jarin Stevenson is supposed to be a senior in high school right now, but being where one is “supposed” to be isn’t always what’s best. In Stevenson’s case, last year’s decision to reclassify to the class of 2023 and commit to Alabama over North Carolina has landed him where many college athletes dream of going and never get the chance to experience — the Final Four. more
Northwood forward Drake Powell and Seaforth guard Gabby White earned all-state honors from the North Carolina Basketball Coaches Association for the 2023-24 season. more
PITTSBORO — On a slick, wet field, Seaforth girls’ soccer team rolled to its third straight Mid-Carolina 1A/2A conference win Thursday, dominating Cummings at home, 9-0. more
Ahead of the 2023-24 Silk Hope Warriors 12U boys basketball season, Charles Daniel wasn’t too thrilled about returning to coach. Less than a year before the start of the season, he found out he would have to do it without his longtime best friend and coaching partner, Kenny Glover. more
Names, it’s been said, are among the most important parts of our lives. They are, our identity and security, our personality and who we are and how we look at life. There are, of course, … more
This is Holy Week. It is also spring break for my children. Ah, the poor preacher’s kids. No big vacation for them. Instead, they will spend even more time than usual in church. It is their … more
The annual ClydeFest arts festival is celebrating its 22nd year, taking place Sun., April 14 at Pittsboro’s Chatham Agricultural and Conference Center. The festival, put on by the Chatham … more
An organization dedicated to keeping children out of the state's foster care system is expanding its reach to Chatham County, thanks to a new state contract. The Homebuilders program puts … more
Following a successful winter sports season in Chatham County that saw 10 state title victories and multiple deep playoff runs, many of the county’s athletes and coaches earned postseason honors. more
PITTSBORO, N.C. — The Chatham Central baseball team’s defense did the heavy lifting in its 2-1 victory over Seaforth Thursday. more
The Chatham County Chamber of Commerce has a new president and CEO. Tyler G. Bryant, currently the head of the Hawkinsville-Pulaski Chamber of Commerce in Georgia, was the unanimous pick by the … more
Northwood football head coach Mitch Johnson is leaving the program for “another opportunity,” Johnson announced Monday. more
Outgoing Siler City Police Chief Michael Wagner was honored for his service at the town’s March 18 Board of Commissioners meeting. “I don’t want to say goodbye and I … more
PITTSBORO — For the second straight year, Seaforth High School, with the help of student volunteers, hosted the Special Olympics North Carolina Cheerleading Tournament Saturday. ‌ more
PITTSBORO — Chicken chain Zaxby's is now open in Pittsboro. Whether you’re in the mood for “Chicken Fingerz,” the Zaxby’s signature sauce, or just some old fashioned … more
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