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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. ...
News

Police chase in Pittsboro ends in arrest

Multiple charges were filed against Jermaine Kahif Evans, 35, on June 20, resulting in a $250,000 bond. According to arrest documents, Evans was initially pulled over by Chatham County deputies for swerving and failure to maintain lane control. During the ...
News

Pittsboro Eats! Supports Locally Owned Restaurants

by Casey Mann, Senior Correspondent It all started with a Facebook post. Sue Perkins Silverstein of Bear Creek wrote of her concerns about the fate of locally-owned restaurants during COVID-19 on a Chatham Caremongering Facebook page. Dozens of people chimed in with similar ...
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NC Poet Laureate Jaki Shelton Green at Library

The Chatham Community Library will commemorate National Poetry Month in April with a presentation by NC Poet Laureate, Jaki Shelton Green. The virtual event, entitled “An Evening with the North Carolina Poet Laureate,” will take place at 6:00 p.m. on ...
Arts & Culture

Does Your Creative Life Need a Spring Cleaning? Part 1

by Michele Berger Wow, we’re now in the second quarter of the year! Can you believe it? It seems like only yesterday when we were writing down resolutions for our creative lives in 2021. Have some of those commitments and ...
Arts & Culture

Preventing Canine Separation Anxiety

by Valerie Broadway Dogs are social beings and most of them feel some sort of stress when left alone. Dogs may whine and mope as they wait for the return of their human pack members, and that’s the extent of ...
HealthMATTERS

Going Plant-Based for Your Health: Lifestyle Risks Drop Fast

by Karen Pullen At the risk of sounding like a broken record…wait, that idiom is based on a disappearing technology!  OK, I do repeat the same message each month in this column. Eating a whole-foods, plant-based diet is the best ...
Business and Finance

132 Cans of Beans and Other Lessons in Behavioral Finance

by David Jester, CSRIC A little over a year ago, you may remember, things changed. We’d heard about a virus. It was getting worse. We were unsure of how bad it could be. We found ourselves in lockdown. We scrambled to ...
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Why Did the Duck Cross the Pond?

by Casey Mann, Senior Correspondent About a month ago, a call came into the Piedmont Farm Animal Refuge about a bloodied duck at Pittsboro’s Town Lake Park. The call, made by Chatham resident Kristy Bardwell, led rescuers from the Piedmont ...