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
Faster, Ladies! The ever-changing ‘Booty Buster’ class gives a 5 a.m. troupe of women an opportunity to forge personal connections and strengthen abs By Matt White | Photography by Briana Brough Hillsboro Street was quiet on a recent Saturday morning as most of...read more
Fitness through Fellowship F3 is an early-morning, men-only fitness group where members build muscles and connections By Matt White | Photography by Briana Brough At 41 degrees, the mid-January morning feels almost balmy. Seven days before, when the dozen or so men...read more
Translating Hope Ascary Arias offers the Latino community quality health and dental care with Vidas De Esperanza clinic in Siler City By Matt White | Photography by Briana BroughElba Aguirre Moscoso and her daughter, Heidi, 11, sit quietly in the small basement...read more
Healers in the Hallway Meet three nurses at Chatham County Schools By Holly West | Photography by Briana Brough With 18 schools to serve, the seven nurses of Chatham County Schools are always on the move. Each person is tasked with taking care of hundreds of...read more
Familiar Faces Meet Pittsboro-based painter Onicas Gaddis By Holly West | Photography by Briana Brough When artist Onicas Gaddis walks up the sidewalk to The Mod on any given day, he is greeted by a chorus of “heys” and high-fives. Onicas, a Pittsboro-based...read more
The Truck Stops Here By John Cappelletti | Photography by Briana BroughMy fondest food memory is my great-aunt Clotilda, who would make the pilgrimage from Florida every summer when I was a kid. Being part of a large Italian family, food was central to everything...read more
Fall Fun for Everyone Siler City's Huckleberry Trail Farm offers disability friendly attractions By Michele Kisthardt | Photography by Hillary Graves Photography When Bob Reichel and his wife, Debby, opened Huckleberry Trail Farm – which was named after Bob’s son,...read more
Old School The Hamms have taught the students of Chatham County for more than 80 years By Matt White | Photography by Briana Brough Every September, David and Ellen Hamm and their four daughters approach the changing season with a slightly out-of-place holiday...read more
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