Aaron and Aaron are joined by George Greger-Holt of Chatham Drug Free to discuss the ongoing issue of drug abuse – and prevention efforts – in the community.
Discussing Pittsboro’s Confederate statue, Aaron and Aaron are eventually joined by Chatham County Commissioner Jim Crawford (who’s stuck in traffic).
Aaron and Aaron are joined by Godi Godar and Candor Plaza of Go Conscious Earth, which works to preserve rainforests and provide clean water to residents in Godi’s native DRC.
Aaron and Aaron are joined by Del Turner, who’s organizing Chatham County’s Juneteenth celebration.
Aaron and Aaron are joined by Pittsboro’s Roy Underhill, the host of “The Woodwright’s Shop” on PBS – discussing not only his work, but some classic 1930s-era photos by Dorothea Lange.
Following another discussion of Pittsboro’s Confederate statue at this week’s Chatham Commissioners meeting, Aaron and Aaron are joined by Mark Barroso of Chatham For All.
Aaron and Aaron are joined by Zach Horner of the Chatham News and Record, to discuss his ongoing series on the opioid crisis.
Aaron and Aaron are joined by Chatham County Sheriff Mike Roberson for a discussion on community policing and the most important role of a sheriff. (It’s probably not what you think.)
Aaron and Aaron are joined by former Pittsboro mayor Randy Voller for a discussion of the town’s Confederate statue…and Chatham’s role in the ongoing Greg Lindberg bribery scandal.
Aaron and Aaron are joined by Mark Hall, provost at Central Carolina Community College.