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Chatham Charter’s Aidan Allred earns athlete of the week honors for the week of March 18. more
Jordan-Matthews hired Reggie “Kermit” Carter as its new head football coach early last week. more
PITTSBORO — Jordan-Matthews made history while picking up an important conference win at Northwood Friday. more
In a rematch of the 2023 girls 2A East regional final, Seaforth fell short of repeating history. more
Woods Charter’s Amelia Cherry earns athlete of the week honors for the week of March 11. more
The place in my house where I spend more time than in any other place, including the area containing the dinner table, is a room we call “the study.” Some of what gives that room its … more
My buddy, a cheerful dude whom I hadn’t seen in years, met me at a coffeeshop, and after filling each other in about our kids, we leapt into a conversation about the holy subject of basketball. … more
Pittsboro could be getting a new skate park and the local utility company is being rebranded to TriRiver Water, and both were the main topics of discussion at the Pittsboro Board of Commissioners' … more
A potential supplemental income plan to support the county's teachers was a major focus of the March 11 meeting of Chatham County Schools Board of Education. The recognition of teachers in the … more
Two years shy of the 250th anniversary of 1776, nine high school students from around North Carolina gathered over the weekend at Chatham County’s Governor's Club to honor the founding fathers with short oratories of their own creation. more
Kids gave it their all in the sack race at the EGGstreme Spring Fling on Saturday. The annual event, put on by Chatham County Parks and Recreation at CCCC’s campus in Pittsboro, saw kids … more
Colorectal cancer, or cancer of the colon or rectum, is the second leading cause of cancer death in the United States. The American Cancer Society estimates that almost 153,000 Americans will be diagnosed with CRC in 2024, and about 53,000 people will lose their lives to this preventable disease. In North Carolina alone, nearly 3,500 people will be diagnosed. more
I am not a Duke basketball fan, but the Cameron Crazies make me smile. Crazy face paintings. They are in the game together; individual hearts rise and fall together with every made and missed basket. … more
I know we haven’t gotten to it yet on the calendar but let me be among the first to say to us all that spring has sprung, arrived and also now is here. And, yes, I know we’ve had … more
Silver-haired residents of Chatham County, or at least those 50 and over, will soon have the opportunity to showcase their athletic abilities in the 2024 Chatham County Senior Games and SilverArts … more
Chatham County Schools are now providing students with free teletherapy, virtual mental health consults via a new partnership with Daybreak, a company that specializes in remote mental health care. more
The Town of Chapel Hill will spend another $3 million on the Rosemary Street Parking Deck. The funding was approved by Town Council at its March 6 meeting, alongside other matters. more
The team ‘I Was In The Pool' raised over $3,500 for Special Olympics North Carolina in the Chatham County Sheriff’s Office’s annual Polar Plunge on Feb. 24 at Jordan Lake State … more
Every older generation, no matter the period of history, seems to think the current younger generation is going to the dogs and is basically hopeless. My parents and their peers thought Little … more
Garrison Keillor once claimed that God created the month of March in order that those who didn’t drink might experience the feeling of a hangover. The famous radio personality was referencing … more
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