Eighteen months after it was seriously damaged in a fire, Chatham County's iconic courthouse will soon begin to rise from the ashes.
One year after fire consumed the iconic Chatham County Courthouse, work is proceeding to replace the landmark building.
The Chatham County Board of Commissioners voted on recommendations Monday for the future layout and use of the rebuilt courthouse, more than seven months after a fire gutted the historic judicial center.
Six months after flames nearly destroyed the historic Chatham County Courthouse, commissioners held another public hearing to get residents' input on the rebuilding process.
More than two months after a fire heavily damaged the Chatham County Courthouse, county officials are asking members of the public to attend a "workshop style" forum to share their ideas on the rebuilding effort.
A state and federal investigation provides new details about the March fire that heavily damaged the landmark Chatham County Courthouse.
The state Bureau of Investigation has completed its report on the fire that gutted the Chatham County Courthouse March 25.
A car crashed into the fencing and scaffolding surrounding the Chatham County Courthouse on Tuesday afternoon, officials said.
Chatham County officials said Monday that they have lined up space to hold Superior Court, following the March 25 fire that severely damaged the courthouse.
Pittsboro and Chatham County residents held a street fair Saturday evening to rally the community after a March 25 fire severely damaged the courthouse.
Questions continue to linger more than a week after the Chatham County courthouse caught fire.
The Chatham County Board of Commissioners voted Wednesday to rebuild its historic courthouse that was damaged in an accidental fire last week.
A construction worker using a soldering iron to repair gutters accidentally started the Chatham County courthouse fire, Chatham County Fire Marshal Thomas Bender said Tuesday.
Chatham County probation officials said only 20 of their 250 files were destroyed during Thursday's fire at the county's historic courthouse.
Since it appears that the structure of a 129-year-old North Carolina courthouse might be saved, officials have turned toward trying to save documents and artifacts inside the building.
A fire that ravaged the Chatham County Courthouse Thursday has forced Superior Court to delay criminal proceedings, but prosecutors vow that the loss of some records won't stop cases.
Crews are using cranes to remove debris from the remains of the burned-out Chatham County Courthouse.
The clock tower atop the Chatham County Courthouse provided part of the charm for the landmark building, which was destroyed by fire Thursday.
Chatham County officials rented cranes Friday to begin extracting debris from the county's landmark courthouse, which was destroyed by fire a day earlier.
The third floor and the clock tower of the Chatham County Courthouse were severely damaged in a fire Thursday. As hot spots continued to emerge, firefighters were expected to stay on the scene overnight.