The Army Historical Foundation has launched an online store selling commemorative and Army-themed merchandise in time for holiday gifts to raise money for the $200 million National Museum of the United States Army.
The N.C. Department of Transportation wants to hear from the public on its plans to remake a 3-mile stretch of U.S. 64 through Siler City by adding sidewalks, crosswalks and a median from U.S. 421 to North Glenn Avenue.
A partnership with the Chatham County Literacy Council teaches Carolina Meadows retirement community residents how to tutor immigrant staff in English and prepare them to take the test to become U.S. citizens.
The Chatham County comprehensive plan will be a guide, if approved by Chatham County commissioners, for the next 25 years of housing, economic development, parks and recreation, transportation, resource conservation, and farmland preservation.
Rumors that another Confederate statue might be coming down sparked a call to action in Pittsboro Thursday. Several Chatham County residents were spotted during rush-hour traffic sitting at the base of the Confederate monument in front of the Historic Chatham County Courthouse.
The state Dept. of Environmental Quality approved the spraying of wastewater for three landfills, plus a coal ash dump near Moncure in Chatham County. Gov. Roy Cooper vetoed a bill to expand authorization for the practice, but the legislature may vote to override the veto.
The developer of the Montvale subdivision is building a tunnel over several months that will take American Tobacco Trail hikers under a new Yates Store Road extension to Ernest Jones Road on the Wake-Chatham county line.