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The Carrboro Board of Aldermen council passed a resolution Sept. 12 to assist town residents who are beneficiaries of DACA after a unanimous vote.
Rachel Schaevitz is a UNC alum running for a seat on Chapel Hill’s Town Council. Staff writer Simrann Wadhwa spoke with her about why she is running, her platform and what she hopes to accomplish.
A decrease in funding from the Parent Teacher Association (PTA) Thrift Shop has raised concerns and confusion among Chapel Hill-Carrboro PTA members.
Parents, students, teachers and leaders of the school district gathered Saturday afternoon to share their experiences and grievances regarding racial disparities in the Chapel Hill-Carrboro school system.
Orange County residents stopped at Maple View Farm Ice Cream this weekend to drop off relief items, which were loaded into 26-foot U-Haul trucks and are heading to Florida and Texas next week.
A group of students from diverse backgrounds gathered at the North Carolina Botanical Gardens on Saturday afternoon to read a poem they collaborated on.
The Good Neighbor Initiative hosted its annual Neighborhood Night Out and Block Party on Thursday to bring students and local residents together living in Chapel Hill neighborhoods.
Chapel Hill Town Council met to discuss Special Use Permits for Alpha Phi sorority, Wegmans grocery store and Signature Health Care Expansion on Wednesday.They also approved alcohol sales on Sunday after 10 a.m.
Randee Haven-O’Donnell first developed an interest in government at the age of 15, when she joined a high school group that discussed current events and politics.
When the United Solar Initiative brainstormed ideas to fundraise for their nonprofit solar energy organization, they quickly had a unique idea for a 6K.
Downtown Chapel Hill will get a new hotel this fall — along with a newly refurbished Porthole Alley, now a pedestrian-only walkway. A grocery store is slated to begin construction in 2018 and streets all over town are being repaved.
Follow along with our live coverage at the Sept. 13 meeting of the Chapel Hill Town Council here:
The town of Carrboro has changed a lot since it became incorporated in 1911. It wasn't even originally named Carrboro, but Venable, after the UNC President at the time, Francis Venable.
Rumors Boutique is not the average thrift store in Chapel Hill. Located behind Al’s Burger Shack off of North Graham Street, Rumors offers high-quality vintage clothes, sunglasses and accessories to students willing to leave the comfort of campus.
Write-in candidate Eugene Farrar announced he would run for mayor alongside incumbent Mayor Pam Hemminger for Chapel Hill Town elections in November.
Sixteen years after the events of Sept. 11, 2001, Chapel Hill and Carrboro held local events in remembrance of 9/11.
Take a look at the changes coming to the Chapel Hill restaurant scene in the next few months.
Meet Gary Phillips, Carrboro’s town poet laureate.
Sitting in a conference room on the 105th floor of the South Tower, all Joe Dittmar and his colleagues noticed when a plane hit the North Tower was a flicker of the light.
Dozens of local businesses set up stands and tents for the Carrboro Bazaar on Sunday morning, creating a colorful display of handmade crafts, clothes, jewelry and food.