Kids & Family

Adopted high school seniors sit with their families on the bleachers of Northwood High School

Cheering on the Class of 2020

By Chatham Mag Intern | July 29, 2020

A GROUP OF PARENTS WANTED TO FIND A WAY TO CELEBRATE HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS WHOSE FINAL YEAR WAS CUT SHORT. AN ENTIRE COMMUNITY STEPPED IN TO HELP. BY CLAIRE DELANO Dancing at prom. Pulling off a senior prank. Finally walking across the stage in a cap and gown – these […]

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Five Summer Recipes to Make With the Kids

By Heather Johnson | July 27, 2020

Looking for recipes to do with the kids this summer? Local chefs share some of their favorite, kid-friendly summer recipes.

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14 Ways to Enjoy the Outdoors this Summer in Chatham and Orange Counties

By Chatham Mag Intern | July 22, 2020

By Laney Dalton Go Exploring – See How Many You Can Check Off the List! Head to Eno River Farm in Hillsborough, which opened this spring, to try its homemade ice cream. Though the U-pick strawberry and tulip season is over, the farm also offers a variety of plants and produce for […]

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The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill celebrates the graduation of more than 6,000 students at the annual Spring Commencement on May 12, 2019, at Kenan Memorial Stadium. Interim chancellor Kevin M. Guskiewicz presided over the ceremony. Carolina alumnus Jonathan Reckford delivered the keynote address.

Senior Send-off Gallery

By Marie Muir | May 13, 2020
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How to Stay Sane at Home with Kids

By Chatham Magazine | May 6, 2020

By Kimberly Jeffs Kimberly Jeffs founded the NC Center for Resiliency with her husband, Patrick, almost five years ago to fill a niche in somatic psychotherapy. The couple has been working to educate others in body-centered therapy, which focuses on the mind-body connection in response to trauma and stress. They […]

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5 Farms and Stands to Visit for Local Strawberries

By Heather Johnson | April 22, 2020

It’s North Carolina’s sweetest season, and that means fresh-picked strawberries. Here’s how you to get your hands on some, safely.

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What a Difference …

By Chatham Magazine | March 25, 2020

Our April/May Women’s Issue went to the printer in one world and arrives this week in another.

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Fuel Up for the Slow Down

By Chatham Magazine | March 16, 2020

Volunteers stuff groceries for classmates.

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The Daily Grind

By Chatham Magazine | March 5, 2020

  Tony Sabbagh grew up in Mooresville, north of Charlotte, wakeboarding and waterskiing on Lake Norman and riding skateboards whenever he could with his friends. “It was the ’80s,” Tony says. “There was Tony Hawk and all that.” By 2003, he’d moved to Chatham as his work as a sales […]

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All the World’s a Stage

By Chatham Magazine | February 27, 2020

by Matt White  | Photography by Beth Mann Odin Withrow, 12, was taking individual music lessons at the Sweet Bee Theater last summer when he saw that tryouts were approaching for the Pittsboro Youth Theater (PYT) production of “Mary Poppins.” He’d never been in a play and, as a homeschooled student, didn’t […]

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