Chatham County Roundup

 

Every Tuesday, learn what’s happening from around Chatham County during the Chatham County Roundup! Featuring local government representatives, the Chatham News + Record and other community members, the segment spotlights the latest news from around the region.

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Chatham County Roundup:

Lars Dolder of the Chatham News + Record joins 97.9 The Hill for this week’s edition of the Chatham County Roundup! Dolder shares updates on the new budget for the Siler City government, as well as his business column and his recent deep-dive into incentives for attracting businesses to Chatham.

Chatham County Roundup: County Commissioner Karen Howard

Chatham County Commissioner Karen Howard joins 97.9 The Hill’s Brighton McConnell for this week’s Chatham County Roundup. She brings updates on some things returning to normal at commissioner meetings next week, as well as efforts to continue vaccinating residents against COVID-19. Plus: several Juneteenth and Chatham 250 events are coming up!

Chatham County Roundup: Hannah McClellan of the Chatham News+ Record

As the school year finishes for most of our local school districts, education reporter Hannah McClellan with the Chatham News + Record joins 97.9 The Hill’s Brighton McConnell for this week’s Chatham County Roundup. McClellan shares details on how the Chatham County Public Schools district is reflecting on the academic year and looking ahead to the next. Plus: how is CCS providing services to its Hispanic students and parents?

Chatham County Roundup: County Commissioner Karen Howard

Chatham County Commissioner Karen Howard joins 97.9 The Hill’s Brighton McConnell for this week’s Chatham County Roundup! Ahead of a decision on the proposed budget for the next fiscal year, she shares updates on how the county government has made tweaks. Howard also shares thoughts on a shift in resources for the Chatham County Public Health Department and changes for Chatham County Public Schools.

Chatham County Roundup: Lars Dolder of the Chatham News + Record

Chatham News + Record Lars Dolder joins 97.9 The Hill’s Brighton McConnell for this week’s Chatham County Roundup, bringing updates on several stories. Dolder sheds light on a new edition in his water infrastructure series, as well as how the budget season is shaping up for several Chatham County local governments. Plus, he revisits a story on research deeming gerrymandering in North Carolina to be the worst in the country.

Chatham County Roundup: Chatham County Commissioner Karen Howard

97.9 The Hill’s Elle Kehres was joined by Chatham County Commissioner Karen Howard for this week’s Chatham County Roundup! This time, Karen shares her thoughts on lifted mask mandates. Also: an update on vaccination rates in the county, efforts to get more students vaccinated and the latest on Chatham’s 2021-2022 budget discussions.

Chatham County Roundup: Victoria Johnson of the Chatham News + Record

Victoria Johnson, the chief reporter for the La Voz de Chatham at the Chatham News + Record, speaks with 97.9 The Hill’s Brighton McConnell for this week’s Chatham County Roundup! She shares the success of La Voz’s first print edition, which saw 2,500 copies distributed throughout Chatham County, as well as some recent stories she’s been covering in the Latinx community.

Chatham County Roundup: Chatham County Commissioner Karen Howard

This week on the Chatham County Roundup, County Commissioner Karen Howard joins 97.9 The Hill’s Brighton McConnell to share some updates from the community! She details the budget presentation given to the commissioners Monday night, as well as how community members can let their thoughts be heard. Plus: how Chatham County residents can get involved in a time capsule project!

Chatham County Roundup: Victor Hensley of the Chatham News + Record

Victor Hensley, the sports editor for the Chatham News + Record, joins 97.9 The Hill’s Brighton McConnell for this week’s Chatham County Roundup! He shares updates on a busy period for spring sports, made even busier with some sports having their schedules altered by the COVID-19 pandemic. Hensley also shares updates on how the coronavirus indirectly led to players becoming academically ineligible and a story about the community rallying behind a local high school football player in need.

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