The next five years will be challenging for the Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools district as it struggles to achieve lofty goals set by the state.
Tweets related to the Chapel Hill-Carrboro area from Nov. 13 to Nov. 20 — keep up with your town leaders and neighbors. Carrboro installs new bike racks in front of Town Hall. TABLE is now serving 189 children. The Town of Chapel Hill is getting ready for winter.
Walking on Greensboro Road in Carrboro could become a lot more safe if Michael Christian has anything to say about it.
Recycling might be on the move in Orange County after county commissioners voted to encourage individual towns to purchase roll carts for more efficient recycling services.
Tweets related to the Chapel Hill-Carrboro area from Nov. 6 to Nov. 13 — keep up with your town leaders and neighbors. The class of 1988’s time capsule was opened Nov. 8. The Chapel Hill-Carrboro Chamber of Commerce inducted its Hall of Fame members. A luxury movie theater plans to move into University Mall.
A self-sustaining Orange County fair remains on the table for future discussion — but the total cost, required staff and venue location are causing concern.
South campus dwellers may be familiar with the D bus as a last resort to get to class when they’re running late in the morning, while students who live off-campus might rely on the route to get home at the end of the day.
Today restaurants around the Triangle will donate ten percent of their profits to support the Inter-Faith Council for Social Service (IFC)’s mission to feed the area’s hungry — and these efforts are all thanks to Irene Briggaman. The RSVVP fundraiser is in its 25th year, and Briggaman said she’s glad she founded the event a quarter of a century ago with the help of a food bank in Raleigh.
Glenwood Elementary is crowded — and more than 100 families gathered Thursday to help the Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools Board of Education figure out what to do about it.
You may have noticed some chalkboards spring up on Rosemary Street lately — or maybe not. The nondescript chalkboard squares were installed in a few locations by the Chapel Hill Downtown Partnership as part of the Rosemary Imagined program.