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Arts & Culture

Give Your Inner Critic a New Job

by Michele T. Berger Inner critics can sabotage our creative work. More than a decade ago, I began to study how and why inner critics become unwanted residents in our psyches. Inner critics are the sharp-tongued internal voices that often ...
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Main Street Pittsboro Launches Arts in the Park

The Page Vernon Park serves as the venue to highlight local talent. On Thursday, August 26th, Main Street Pittsboro will launch the first in a series of outdoor evening concerts in the Page Vernon Park at 110 Hillsboro Street called ...
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Pittsboro’s Wesley Hart receives France’s Legion of Honor

by Casey Mann, Senior Correspondent New Salem Church on Old Graham Road in Pittsboro was filled with people on Thursday, August 12, to witness the award ceremony of World War II veteran and Pittsboro resident Wesley Hart. Hart was honored ...
News

The Apple of Chatham’s Eye

by Casey Mann, Senior Correspondent In just ten days, Chatham County sold out 180 heritage apple trees as part of its “Plant an Old Southern Apple Tree to Commemorate Chatham County’s 250th Anniversary” event. The county partnered with Century Farm ...
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Siler City Elections to be Held in March

by Casey Mann, Senior Correspondent Siler City’s municipal elections have been postponed to March 2022 due to the delayed release of the 2020 Census data. Siler City’s districts—which are a mix of representational and at-large districts—are required by state law ...
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Chatham Board of Elections Making Changes

by Jan Nichols Chatham County has the reputation of having the highest voter turnout and one of the best run Board of Elections in the state. The County Board of Elections (“BOE”) was reviewing merging precincts at the end of ...
Arts & Culture

Ask Ollie!

Ollie is a rescued black and white Shih Tzu who turned his passion for helping other pets into a popular advice column. Ask Ollie questions by emailing him at Ollie@chathamcountyline.org DEAR OLLIE, I have been looking for a German Shepard ...
HealthMATTERS

Going Plant-Based for your Health: Fire up the Barbie

by Karen Pullen It’s barbeque season. Let’s talk about grilling meat. When the muscles of mammals, fish, or birds are cooked at high temperatures, carcinogenic chemicals called heterocyclic amines (HCA) and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAH) are formed. HCAs and PAHs ...
HealthMATTERS

Let’s Stay Hydrated this Summer!

by Robin Thomas Across the country the weather has been challenging for many, especially in the Pacific Northwest with unheard of temperatures in the triple digits. So far, here in North Carolina it’s been a pretty normal summer, but it’s ...
Arts & Culture

Ask Ollie!

Ollie is a rescued black and white Shih Tzu who turned his passion for helping other pets into a popular advice column. Ask Ollie questions by emailing him at Ollie@chathamcountyline.org DEAR OLLIE, I am a simple four year old dog. ...