The streets of Chatham County look a bit different these days. As its residents are practicing safe social distancing, community events have become scarce. Temperatures are on the rise and the want to get outdoors is becoming that much greater. Local businesses are making it possible to connect with your neighbors, just in ways you may not have expected! Shop local and stay connected!
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Hillsborough-based urgent care and walk-in clinic, IndyCare, is providing community access to in-person visits, scheduled preventative health check-ups and telehealth appointments. In the midst of all the uncertainty we are facing, be certain that your health is made a priority. Video visits, COVID-19 rapid testing and medication delivery are available to keep you well, even at home. On the frontlines, the team at IndyCare is dedicated to your needs, seven days a week. Book your appointment today!
As the temperatures start to rise, it’s time to get out vacuum and duster. Whether your house is on the market, or you are just looking for a fresh look, spring cleaning is not only an effective stress reliever, but a great way to show some love to your home. Additionally, avoid those spring allergens with proactive cleaning. Because when it gets even warmer outside, the last place you want to be is behind a vacuum!
With the excitement of one new local restaurant, Peppercorn, opening, North Carolina foodies anticipate the opening of another unique spot in Chatham County. Oasis Open Air Market in Downtown Siler City welcomes you to discover an edible oasis among local fare, food and crafts.
Chapel Hill, NC — This updated two-story home includes amenities throughout, both inside the home and as part of the Chapel Ridge neighborhood.