Chatham Meat Company Brings the Pasture to Your Plate

By Chatham Mag Intern | September 22, 2023

Chatham Meat Company owner Chris Beal looks to a future of working with more farmers, increase local offerings and open other restaurants.

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Four Perfect Date Nights in Pittsboro, NC

By Anna-Rhesa Versola | September 5, 2023

Build your perfect Chatham County date night using these readers’ favorite recommendations for dinner, drinks and more around Pittsboro, NC.

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Pittsboro Bookstore Owner Shares Top Picks for Summer Reads

By Chatham Mag Intern | August 8, 2023

Unwind this season with summer reads recommended by Myles Friedman, owner of downtown Pittsboro’s Circle City Books & Music

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Roger Berkowitz at Galloway Ridge

Discover the Art of Retirement at Galloway Ridge

By Anna-Rhesa Versola | July 24, 2023

The retirement community at Fearrington Village in Pittsboro brightens its walls with engaging art displays

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Volunteer Opportunities in Chatham County

By Chatham Magazine | July 11, 2023

These volunteer opportunities in Chatham County include keeping our waterways clean, feeding the community and supporting animal rescue.

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Roy Underhill’s Impactful Woodworking Journey

By Anna-Rhesa Versola | June 27, 2023

Roy Underhill, a teacher, writer and the owner of The Woodwright’s School in Pittsboro, is ready to take on his next project.

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Pittsboro Boys & Girls Club Celebrates Its First Year

By Brooke Spach | February 16, 2023

The chapter’s Executive Director Traci Newby discusses the impact of the club since its opening in October 2021.

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Meet Chatham County Public Health Department’s First DEI Officer

By Anna-Rhesa Versola | February 16, 2023

Brenda discusses policy and perspective as Chatham County Public Health Department’s first diversity, equity and inclusion officer.

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Chatham Central High History Teacher Shares Lessons of the Past

By Anna-Rhesa Versola | December 15, 2022

American history teacher Amy King says ‘we can never educate our children too much about our countryโ€™s past’

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‘Becoming a Local’: A Bynum Artist Shares Charms of the Historic Town

By Brooke Spach | September 23, 2022

Emma Skurnick began recording her experiences in Bynum 25 years ago. Today, her collection of illustrated essays is a time capsule of the community’s history.

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