Daily Archives: October 18, 2021

News

Chatham Farms and Farmers Markets: An Introduction

by Jan Nichols We live in a locavore community. Chatham County educates the next generation of sustainable farmers in a renowned program at the Central Carolina Community College in Pittsboro, and is home to three nationally-significant agencies that provide information ...
Business and Finance

Saving for College? Be Ready for the Inevitable

by David Jester, CSRIC As a former teacher, I’m convinced that I always learned more from my students than they ever did from me. In fact, in my current world, I’m amazed at how much crossover exists. I find myself ...
HealthMATTERS

Going Plant-Based for Your Health: Saving Time in the Kitchen

by Karen Pullen Whether you cook for one or seven, as I did for many years, your time is valuable. You have better things to do and have hungry people waiting to eat. So, it makes sense to find ways ...
HealthMATTERS

Manage Stress with Nutritional Support

by Robin Thomas The stressors just keep coming. Just when we thought the pandemic was settling down, the delta variant raised its ugly head and the common everyday stressors are magnified, making it more difficult to relax, recharge our bodies, ...
Uncategorized

Wash the Hands! Wash the Nose?

by Tim Keim Since the beginning of the pandemic we’ve been admonished to wash our hands to prevent picking up the coronavirus. General cleanliness has been good advice for thousands of years and even has its own aphorism: Cleanliness is ...
HealthMATTERS

Don’t Let Stress Cause a Mess

by Dr. Jenni Sherwood, Chiropractic Physician Ahh, fall! It’s that amazing time of year when the heat of the summer lends way to cooler evenings and the aroma of your neighbor’s evening fire. It’s that magical moment when the kids ...
Arts & Culture

What to do About Jumping?

by Valerie Broadway Jumping up on people is a very common issue with dogs. They jump mainly to demand attention and this often begins while they are puppies. They continue to do it because they find it works. Puppyhood is ...
Featured

Mayor Nass calls for a Mask Mandate in Pittsboro

On September 24th, Mayor Jim Nass issued an amendment to the State of Emergency Proclamation adding a Mask Mandate. It went into effect at 5 p.m. on September 24th and remains in force until the town’s state of emergency proclamation ...
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Pittsboro Municipal Candidate Profiles

Candidate for MAYOR: Jim Nass Have you run for office before?Yes If Yes, what office?Mayor Please enter your website and/or Facebook URL.My Facebook page is Jim Nass What is your preferred campaign email address?jwnass@icloud.com What is your political affiliation?Unaffiliated Who ...
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Pittsboro Municipal Election: In-Person Voting starts October 14th

The Pittsboro Municipal election is upon us. This year residents of Pittsboro will elect their Mayor and two Town Commissioners. The Mayor serves a two year term, Town Commissioners serve four year terms. Only registered voters who live inside the ...