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Randy Voller’s address to Chatham leaders
by Randy Voller

Chatham County is a unique and wonderful place. Our citizens care about their neighbors and their homes. More...

Working Effectively in the Age of the Internet
by Jeff Davidson

The typical working man or woman today works in front of a computer... More...

Water for the Future?
by Tim Keim

Since we've been taken unawares by our recent economic troubles, I wanted to do a little crystal gazing to figure out if Chatham County will have enough water in what is predicted to be a drought prone future. More...

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Carole Hoffman, CNDP- Holistic Health
Duke Center for Living
French Connections
Antonella’s Salon
Rosemary House B&B
Walter Lane Screened Porches and Decks
Chapel in the Pines
Betty W. Phillips, Ph.D., Psychologist
Body Therapy Institute
Integrated Water Systems
Collins Mountain Grading
Pam Herndon, State Farm Insurance
Chapel Hill Christian Church
Pittsboro Merchant's Assn
The Laurels of Chatham
Page 1 - Cohousing offers new model of development * Let the mixed drinks flow - Chatham’s economy will grow * Farmers in search of healthy dirt - Page 2 - Briefs and Announcements - Page 3 - ClydeFEST promises springtime fun - Page 4 - Time to start enjoying spring’s garden party - Page 5 - Museum of John Rogers statuary debuts - Page 6 - A bygone house lives on in spirit - Page 7 - COHOUSING (cont. from page 1) - Page 8 - Breathe better by changing to fresher air * MIXED DRINKS (cont. from page 1) - Page 9 - Can stress save your life? - Page 10 - A silver lining in Chatham’s real estate bust * BRIEFS (cont. from page 2) - Page 11 - Chatham Opinion Line - Page 12 - Chatham Comunidad - La PoesIa de la Juventud es la Vida Misma - Youth’s Poetry is Life Itself

Visit downtown for Pittsboro's First Sunday

First Sunday offers a nice, leisurely wander through the unique shops and galleries of Historic Pittsboro. This month, it takes place April 5, noon – 4 p.m. Enjoy wonderful dining at several local eateries, and the chance to browse the offerings of a great mix of artists and crafts folk. This month’s music will be provided by “The Never” For an idea of the variety of artists who usually participate, visit or call 919.960.5892.

Chatham Chamber of Commerce 21st Annual Golf Tournament

The tournament will be held Monday, May 18 at The Preserve at Jordan Lake. Registration: 8 a.m. Shotgun: 9 a.m. Green fees include Golf and cart, breakfast and lunch catered by XU Catering, beverages, a chance to win team and contest prizes and a wonderful day of golf and networking. Call Cindy at 919.742.3333 or email for more information.

Kudos for ad agency

Carrboro marketing and advertising agency The Splinter Group was a big winner at the recent AAF-RDU Addy Awards. Competing against agencies much larger in size, The Splinter Group won the most Gold awards of any agency (four), the second most total awards (eight), and was awarded a Judge’s Choice award. Its Gold awards were for branding Durham Catering Co., packaging Counter Culture Coffee and poster design for Squirrel Nut Zippers. Its Silver awards were for book design for the Ackland Art Museum, poster design for Mountain Goats, and the Durham Catering Co. logo. The Judge's Choice Award was for advertising design for Durham Catering Co. For more information on The Splinter Group, please visit

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