The public is invited to attend the Chatham County Literacy Council’s April 6 Authors for Literacy Luncheon, where Piedmont Laureate Scott Huler will talk about his latest book, “On the Grid,” and answer questions from the audience.
Day: March 8, 2011
Congresswoman Renee Ellmers to visit Chatham County
The Chatham County Republican Women are pleased to announce a Congressional update by U.S. representative Renee Ellmers (NC-2) on Tuesday, March 22 at 7 pm in Pittsboro. The event will take place at the temporary superior coutroom located at the former…
ACC basketball fans invited to be a part of the #ACCTRNY on Twitter
Fans of the Atlantic Coast Conference are invited to experience the 2011 ACC Men’s Basketball Tournament on Twitter through the use of the official tag #ACCTRNY and by following @ACCmbb.
Class for new school bus drivers scheduled for March 22-24
The Chatham County Schools Transportation Department has announced next bus class for new drivers will be March 22-24 starting at 9 a.m at the central office in the conference room. First two days end at 3 p.m.
Bonlee announces character trait award recipients for self-control
As part of its PBIS (Positive Behavior Intervention and Support) and character education program, Bonlee School recognizes Students of the Month who best exemplify each month’s character trait. The following students have been chosen from their homer…
Maryland captures 2011 ACC Wrestling Championship
For the third time in four seasons, the Maryland Terrapins own the Atlantic Coast Conference Wrestling Championship. The Terps triumphed in five of the six weight class finals in which they competed on Saturday night to break open a tight battle with A…
Consumer Reports Automakers Report Card 2011: Ford most improved, but Honda, Subaru still lead pack
Honda and Subaru still make the best vehicles overall, but Ford posted the largest gain, improving both its road-test and reliability scores in the past year, according to Consumer Reports annual Automakers Report Card for 2011. Ford has outpaced its c…