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PITTBORO — Cedar Grove United Methodist Church hosted its first 'summer fiesta' with Chapel Hill's Ta Contento last Saturday from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. The Fiesta offered live music, dancing and … more
PITTSBORO — Across select Chatham County Schools this fall, students will have the opportunity to take a look back at an important piece of local sports history. With the 20th anniversary of Los … more
More than a year and half after first moving classes online due to COVID-19, Central Carolina Community College is set to fully resume its in-person instruction across its programming this fall. more
The Chatham Chamber of Commerce has been hard at work on its Strategic Plan and other projects — along with scheduling in-person events, at long last. In June, the Chamber opened its new … more
PITTSBORO — In a rare deviation from normal procedure, Pittsboro’s mayor and board of commissioners delayed most agenda points from Monday’s regular meeting, citing the surge of the COVID-19 … more
PITTSBORO — Starting next week, CORA — the Chatham Outreach Alliance — will launch its “Hunger Heroes” month-long food drive to collect popular food items for the pantry. The event, for … more
PITTSBORO — Water contamination issues have for years been the exigent asterisk beside glowing reports of Pittsboro’s budding reputation. A month ago, residents’ frustration was evoked anew … more
PITTSBORO — As of July 1, 2021, residents who have a water tap and/or meter installed on their property in Chatham County will pay more for these services. The fee increases are necessary in … more
News briefs CCCC BLET program beginning soon Are you looking for a challenging, but rewarding profession? The Central Carolina Community College Basic Law Enforcement Training (BLET) program … more
Exclusive: Mountaire Farms representatives shared its East Third Street presentation with the News + Record, to be shown to the public virtually on Monday. more
PITTSBORO — At 102 years of age, Chatham County resident Wesley Hart is in rare company — one of just a relative handful of surviving centenarians from among the 16 million U.S. servicemen who … more
SILER CITY — A small group of state lawmakers, local leaders and education experts gathered at Virginia Cross Elementary School Monday morning for an event highlighting Chatham County Schools’ … more
School districts should require masks indoors for all students and staff in elementary and middle schools, and for unvaccinated students and staff, Gov. Roy Cooper announced last Wednesday. With … more
A sudden jump in positive COVID-19 diagnoses in Chatham is almost entirely among the county’s unvaccinated and partially-vaccinated population, and health officials warn that the Delta variant of … more
SILER CITY — Decades after immigrants first began flocking to Siler City, the town will soon have a new immigrant advisory committee — and its creators have high hopes for the opportunities … more
SILER CITY — Siler City will spend almost $370,000 over the next year to repave sections of 10 major roads — about 23% more than originally allocated in the budget for fiscal year 2021-22 … more
SILER CITY — Three men connected to a Siler City murder were indicted by a Grand Jury and arrested last Thursday after a sensitive and secretive month-long investigation, according to local police … more
A state Senate education committee took up revised legislation last week that prohibits public schools from “promoting certain concepts,” including that the United States was created by members … more
PITTSBORO — The Chatham County Schools Board of Education unanimously approved a resolution to improve student learning conditions at its meeting Monday night, as requested of local boards across … more
PITTSBORO — The Chatham County Board of Commissioners met at the Historic Courthouse for its regular meeting Monday night, marking the second session back in the building since before COVID-19 … more
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