July Fourth in Pittsboro

For many Americans, that celebration is defined by hot dogs. Every year, on July 4, Americans consume 150 million hot dogs, according to the National Hot Dog and Sausage Council. In 1916, the first unofficial Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest took place, with four immigrants seeking a claim to fame. Today, that contest is a holiday tradition for the many folks competing and the millions watching at home. So, what’s for dinner in Chatham County on July 4?

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July Fourth in Pittsboro

July Fourth in Pittsboro

In America’s books, the Fourth of July is a celebration like no other. For many Americans, that celebration is defined by hot dogs. Every year, on July 4, Americans consume 150 million hot dogs, according to the National Hot Dog and Sausage Council. In 1916, the first unofficial Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest took…

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Camp Kinda Summer

Summer isn’t over yet. In fact, we’re only getting started here in Chatham County! If you did not have your child’s summer all planned out in April, don’t fret.

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Camp Kinda Summer

Camp Kinda Summer

Summer isn’t over yet. In fact, we’re only getting started here in Chatham County! If you did not have your child’s summer all planned out in April, don’t fret. Summer Day Camp at Northwest Park: For many of us adults, summer camp represents such a definitive time in our younger years. Summer Day Camp at…

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143 Freeman Drive

Sight unseen, 143 Freeman Drive in Pittsboro had multiple offers before officially hitting the market. Built in 2011, this craftsman-style home is located in the Powell Place subdivision, which is well-known for its rustic homes, proximity to nature and area schools. Close to Pittsboro’s finest shopping, recreation and dining offerings, there’s plenty to explore both in and out of the neighborhood. Take the virtual tour!

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143 Freeman Drive

Front of A Beautiful Peach Color House

Sight unseen, 143 Freeman Drive in Pittsboro had multiple offers before officially hitting the market. Built in 2011, this craftsman-style home is located in the Powell Place subdivision, which is well-known for its rustic homes, proximity to nature and area schools. Close to Pittsboro’s finest shopping, recreation and dining offerings, there’s plenty to explore both…

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