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Chowing Down in Chatham County

Whether your roots are in Chatham County or you are passing through, there are more than a few culinary destinations that should catch your eye. From traditional southern cooking to an authentic Italian pizza, there’s a taste for every unique palate at the table. So tonight, fold up your apron and try somewhere new!

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Spring in Your Step

Before you know it, you’ll have your feet propped up on the front porch with a glass of lemonade. Not a single jacket or scarf will be in sight. Although some of you may be just now taking down those holiday decorations, there’s a season around the corner that is also bringing much joy and light. Why not bring that springy feeling into your home?

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The Grass is Greener

They say, “the grass is always greener on the other side.” What if the “other side” was your front yard? The N.C. Cooperative Extension will be hosting the 2019 Extension Gardener Workshop Series at their Chatham County location. Learn about best gardening practices that are sustainable, based on science and informative for all knowledge levels.

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A Day in the Life of Pittsboro

 

Whether you have lived in Pittsboro your entire life or are enjoying a weekend visit, your one-day bucket list won’t be complete without these destinations. The perfect getaway from anywhere in the Triangle area, Pittsboro welcomes you to revel in its rich history, culture and attractions. Who knows, maybe your daytime adventure will lead to planting roots in the area. We have houses for that!

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Ready, Set, List

Is now the right time to get your home on the spring market? If not, how do you know when that time will be? By observing the unique character of your home and its attributes, there is a much greater chance the next prospective buyer that walks through the door will notice as well. The work does pay off! Grab your checklist – maybe a broom too – and make sure your list matches your new listing!

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How Much is Your Home Worth?

When it comes to pricing your home, it may not be rocket science, but it is definitely a science of sorts. With putting your house on the market comes many financial and emotional obstacles, leading buyers to price with their heart and not with the facts. There are many tools that can assist with the accurate price strategy; however, it can be difficult to know where to start. Let us give you some direction! Read more

The Joy of Gingerbread

Time to say “goodbye” to your jack-o’-lanterns and “hello” to your favorite holiday decorations. As November leads into December, fill your calendar with the many seasonal activities going on in the Chatham County area. For starters, we hope to see you at The Root Cellar’s Gingerbread Decorating events throughout the month of December. Additionally, they will be offering pre-ordered, scratch-made Thanksgiving dinners to kick off the holiday season. For the next two months, and beyond, The Root Cellar invites you to make yourself right at home.  

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A Ghostly Holiday

You’ve ordered the signature pumpkin spice latte at your favorite cafe. You’ve passed dozens of Halloween decorations in the aisles of the department store. You’ve even started thinking about costume ideas and exploring the internet for some unique inspiration. Fall is in the air and on your mind, but are you ready for Halloween?

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Before the Parade Passes By

North Carolina’s own largest open house will be opening up this weekend and running from October 6-7, 12-14 and 19-21 from 12 p.m. – 5 p.m.

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Fall on the Haw

The weather starts cooling off, the leaves begin to change and it becomes obvious that fall is in the air. Just because the seasons are changing does not mean you can’t keep exploring the great North Carolina outdoors. As a matter of fact, the Haw River is still flowing and still welcomes you for a visit. If you have not stopped by in a while, there are many changes to the recreational areas that may stand out to you. For nature lovers, the fun continues as the progress towards uniting public enjoyment and conservation together perseveres.

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