The PTA of Frank Porter Graham Bilingüe School, FPGB, is planning to make transitions easier for its international teachers in the upcoming 2016-2017 school year. Jill Simon, leader of the PTA Council and Advocacy Committee, is spearheading the International Teacher Support Team, which will offer both community and household support for the teachers from the moment they arrive in the United States.
A newly organized association is seeking private fundraising to allow farmers in the state to produce industrial hemp.
This Saturday will mark the 50th anniversary of Charles Scott’s acceptance to UNC.
Renovations to Rosemary Street and its uneven sections of sidewalk are planned to begin this spring.
Recent adjustments to the state allocation for childcare funds has allowed for the expansion of the department of Social Services’ childcare program.
The 2015 Point-In-Time Count for people experiencing homelessness in Orange County amounts to 129 people, according to a report released by the North Carolina Coalition to End Homelessness on Jan. 28.
UNC students and local volunteers gathered in solidarity on Wednesday evening to accomplish one goal — demonstrate unwavering support for incarcerated LGBT prisoners.
As a winter storm ripped through Chapel Hill on Friday, it left streets and sidewalks covered in a mixture of snow and ice — meanwhile, efforts to clear sidewalks were, and continue to be, nonexistent.
Pickled veggies are a staple of Southern culture.
North Carolina Parks and Recreation is placing a higher priority on Orange County trails included in the hiking route that will connect the Smoky Mountains to the Outer Banks.