In Like a Tiger Meet four of Pittsboro's newest furry residents By Matt White | Photography Courtesy Carolina Tiger Rescue Some arrived with a roar. Others gave a lazy flick of the tail. But after a long trip, four adult tigers arrived at the Carolina Tiger Rescue...read more
A River Runs Through It Five generations of the Hobbs family have called Baldwin’s Mill home By Matt White | Photography by Briana Brough The water is the kind of cold that makes you gasp even though that’s the worst thing you can do. It looked so inviting from...read more
Where River Meets Lake An afternoon at water level By Corbie Hill | Photography by Moriah LeFebvre First comes the osprey, and it’s caught something. The dark shape in its talons is likely a fish, but it's too high in the air to see clearly. Next comes the bald...read more
All In The Same Boat The Stafford family has been boating on Jordan Lake since 2003. Just 10 minutes from their home, the"Hot Now" houseboat provides a mini-vacation every time they leave the dock. Photography by Briana Brough ABOVE: Cas Stafford, (right, with...read more
Living in Governors ClubOne of our original planned communities evolves as new families arrive By matt white On a recent Wednesday night, Trey and RamonaLisa Robertson and their daughter Emily, 10, arrived at the front door of the Governors Club main clubhouse for...read more
‘I try to keep the poultry off the swingset’ Mackenzie Withington, owner of Lilly Den Farm and manager of the Pittsboro Farmers Market, talks homesteading, homeschooling and how she does it all From Big City to 10 Acres “I’m actually from New York City. When I met...read more
The first Chatham Magazine Women’s Issue They teach us to dance and they lift our spirits. They’re playing with the boys and rocking out with the girls. They make the laws and keep us safe. Ten remarkable women who call Chatham home. Photography by Briana Brough ...read more
Get Growing Student-run spring plant sale provides a temporary garden center for Bear Creek By Holly West | Photography by Hillary graves One chilly afternoon in mid-February, classmates Andrew Hicks and Dylan Lee were transferring sprouts of budding herbs,...read more
Artist and Residence Mark and Carol Hewitt built a famed pottery studio and a home on their Pittsboro property By Matt White | Photography by Briana Brough When Carol Hewitt and her husband Mark moved from New England to the end of Johnny Burke Road in 1983,...read more
Strong Foundation from parent volunteer to director By Matt White Jaime Detzi is the executive director of the Chatham Education Foundation, a nonprofit advocacy and fundraising organization that administers early literacy, teacher support and other educational...read more
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Chatham Magazine is a bi-monthly publication that seeks to capture the beauty, charm and unique character within Chatham County.