- Woods Charter School girls soccer scores conference player and coach of the year
- Misleading report fails to hide N.C. renewable mandate costs
- Blueprint’s minor Raleigh ruckus against voter ID
- Northwood High School Arts Education Foundation presented the 8th Annual NHSAEF College Scholarships
- Wife killed and husband hurt in crash of a small plane in Siler City
- Chatham County family retaliates for arrest by kidnapping juvenile
- Chatham Planning Board meeting agenda - 6/02/15
- CCCC announces Continuing Education Medical Programs graduates
- More than 280 graduate from CCCC programs
- Katy Perry themed "Break the Cycle" Night to highlight teen dating violence prevention
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The University of North Carolina has announced several home game designations for the 2015 football season, including Homecoming on November 7 vs. Duke.
Due to extremely cold weather on Monday, the groundbreaking for the new Joint Transportation Facility scheduled for that day (February 16) will be rescheduled. The school system also may be busy with preparations for wintry weather that may arrive on Tuesday.
There is a new turtle sculpture at the Kiwanis Park. The turtle replaced the white oak car installed about six years ago. Part of the appeal of natural playgrounds is that they're never a fixed constant; they're always evolving.
The Chatham Economic Development Corporation (EDC) is a private, non-profit organization working to make Chatham County the preferred location for emerging growth companies. By attracting new companies, helping existing businesses expand, and assisting new ventures, the EDC encourages new job creation and private investment in property and equipment. In 2013, the EDC spearheaded an effort to develop a conceptual land use plan for Chatham County. Our motivation was to position the county for sustainable and balanced growth for future generations. Working with County and Town staff, we developed several growth scenarios. We then sought public input, both through public meetings and an online survey tool.