The Chapel Hill-Carrboro City School’s lunch policy has accumulated thousands in unpaid lunch fees for the school district. At a March meeting, CHCCS Board of Education voted to appropriate money from their fund balance to cover almost $40,000 in unpaid meals.
Many Chapel Hill residents have joined the national Hunger Games craze, but one parent wasn’t so enthusiastic.
A wig and a speedy tip from a bank teller helped Chapel Hill police arrest and charge two Florida women for forging stolen checks at a local Wells Fargo.
The overcast skies and bleak weather didn’t discourage Ramona Matthews from coming out to the Inter-Faith Council for Social Service’s 26th annual CROP Hunger Walk Sunday to fight global and local hunger.
Protesters tossed bombs over the fence around the empty building at the proposed CVS site in Carrboro on Saturday — bombs made of clay, compost and seeds.
After spending five years in Chapel Hill, Economic Development Officer Dwight Bassett is moving on to bigger places — only about 40 minutes up the road.
UNC graduate Bob Schurmeier has nearly 30 years of experience in Charlotte law enforcement — and now his expertise is bringing him back to Chapel Hill.
An online petition started to oppose a student housing development has collected more than 300 signatures — even though The Retreat has not yet been proposed to Chapel Hill Town Council.
An investigation into the events of the Yates Motor Company raid may be permanently shelved with the rejection of the town manager’s proposed online forum.
Dolores Clark’s family has lived in her house for five generations, and local groups are working to ensure that it can remain as a reminder of Carrboro’s history.
Kathy Atwater told Chapel Hill Town Council Monday that the Marian Cheek Jackson Center has given her Northside community hope for a better life — and they should provide it with adequate funding in the next fiscal year. The Jackson Center, which advocates for affordable housing in the Northside and Pine Knolls neighborhoods, would receive only $5,000 in Community Development Block Grant funds based on 2012-2013 budget recommendations.
At a Tuesday night meeting, The Carrboro Board of Aldermen discussed a permit for a Weaver Street property and repealing the town’s controversial anti-lingering ordinance. The board unanimously approved a request for a Conditional Use Permit for the property located at 403 W.