NC DOT to widen and improve Andrews Store Road

At its meeting on April 5, the Chatham County Board of Commissioners adopted a resolution authorizing the NC Department of Transportation (DOT) to fund and construct the widening of a 1.55-mile section of Andrews Store Road in northeastern Chatham.

Upcoming beef quality assurance training program

Many of you will remember during 1997-98 there was the initiative called the North Carolina Certified Beef Producer Program also called Southeast Pride, which encouraged producers to not only vaccinate and more actively manage their animals, but also t…

Brian Bock filed to run for Chatham County Commissioner

Brian Bock has launched his bid to unseat George Lucier in District 3. On Monday, February 8, Bock filed his Notice of Candidacy at the Chatham County Board of Elections. Bock decided to run for County Commissioner “because the actions and proposals …

Our Neighborhood School update

As many of you know, my dad passed away three days after Christmas. Fortunately we were up in New York for my niece’s wedding and I was able to be with him during his last moments. It really is a relief to know that he has shed his heavy, cumbersome, e…

Berries or no berries, that is the question

There are at least four species of holly, both evergreen and deciduous, that are native to Chatham County and others that do well here, especially several Chinese varieties and some hybrids. Despite their extensive use as a foundation plant, Japanese h…