Chapel Hill's crime summary for this week.
Here's the Chapel Hill crime roundup for this week.
The proposed Chapel Hill Town Council budget aimed to focus on people first. “We understand that none of us are successful without the other 700 employees that work hard every day – seamlessly, in many ways,” Town Manager Roger Stancil said.
A female University student was hit by a car while riding her moped outside Top of the Hill Restaurant & Brewery's Back Bar on S. Columbia Street Monday afternoon around 1:45 p.m.
The Carrboro Police Department detailed their findings on their own racial biases in their policing to the Board of Aldermen on Tuesday. Here's what they said.
A portion of the side and railing of the pedestrian bridge between the Bank of America parking deck and the CVS building broke off Sunday afternoon.
ICE officials have recently made at least 10 detainments in Orange and Chatham Counties. Carrboro and Chapel Hill officials want citizens to know their rights: Everyone has the right to remain silent, the right to an attorney, the right to not open the door and the right to not show identification.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officials have detained at least two Carrboro residents and at least four other county residents in the past two days according to a statement released by Carrboro Mayor Lydia Lavelle.
Porthole Alley reopened on March 29 after undergoing a renovation project aiming to improve safety and appearance. The alley is best known for Michael Brown’s parade mural and connects Franklin Street to UNC’s campus.
A car on Raleigh Road caught fire Thursday around 6:10 p.m. A lane of Raleigh Road is now blocked off by the Chapel Hill Police Department and the Fire Department.
Despite changes Sheriff Charles Blackwood and the district may make in the coming months to improve school safety, Blackwood said he doesn’t think anyone will ever completely end school shootings.
Monday marks the ten year anniversary of the death of Eve Carson, a former UNC student body president and Morehead-Cain scholar. Eve's legacy is still remembered today through the Eve Carson scholarship and an annual 5K hosted by the Pi Beta Phi and Phi Delta Theta sororities.
The Criminal Justice Awareness and Action group (CJAA) believes a person is more than a crime. That's why it held a series of events this week to challenge students to consider how a criminal record's lasting effects.
The Anti-Defamation League confirmed there have been over 340 incidents of white supremacist propaganda being disseminated on college campuses in the past 15 months.
A pedestrian was pronounced dead Sunday night after an accidental collision with a vehicle off of Martin Luther King Dr., across the BP gas station.
According to a study by the Pew Research Center, 44 percent of Americans polled in 2017 responded that "there is a natural conflict between Islam and democracy."
I lived your nightmare, and it ended up in a car chase.
Lt. Keith Webster of the Carrboro police department saved the life of an overdosing driver last weekend with the help of the Orange County Health Department and the North Carolina Harm Reduction Coalition.