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Staff writer Simrann Wadhwa tweets live from Carrboro's mayoral debate between incumbent Lydia Lavelle and candidate Mike Benson.
Carrboro will be the first town in North Carolina to become more colorful with an LGBT rainbow crosswalk that will include an additional two stripes to support racial equality.
Carrboro Mayor Lydia Lavelle held a bike ride last Friday through Carrboro to promote the use of bicycles in the local community.
Here's what happened at last night's Board of Aldermen meeting:
The Town of Carrboro’s Board of Aldermen voted unanimously to pass a clean energy resolution Tuesday.
Agenda items include a resolution to commit to 100 percent clean energy by 2050, a presentation of the Community Climate Action Plan and continued public discussion for the town-owned property at 203 S. Greensboro Street.
The Town of Chapel Hill and the Town of Carrboro have partnered with El Centro Hispano, a community building nonprofit that assists the Triangle’s Latinx population, to sponsor a free legal clinic for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) recipients who may be eligible to renew their status.
See our live updates from the Sept. 26 Board of Aldermen meeting here:
In the 2015 Chapel Hill mayoral race, the two front runners, Pam Hemminger and Mark Kleinschmidt, spent a combined total of $53,603.58 on their campaigns.
See our live updates from the Sept. 19 Board of Aldermen meeting here:
The Carrboro Board of Aldermen council passed a resolution Sept. 12 to assist town residents who are beneficiaries of DACA after a unanimous vote.
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.
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.
Check here for live updates from the Carrboro Aldermen meeting: