Orange County ranked highly in several health and quality of life categories, but county leaders say this praise doesn't tell the full story. The 2015 State of the Community report, released in August by the Chapel Hill-Carrboro Chamber of Commerce, found Orange County to rank among the top counties in social and economic factors.
Carrboro could be adding a splash color to its already bright town.
A business student and sorority member by day, Tracy Winston moonlights as an Uber driver.
A 20 percent drop in noise complaints over the past four years suggests relations between students and permanent resident neighbors are improving, according to Aaron Bachenheimer, director of the Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life.
On Aug. 3, Susanna Williams will become Carrboro’s first female fire chief. Daily Tar Heel staff writer Elizabeth Harvell sat down with Williams to find out what it’s like to be a woman in a traditionally male-dominated profession, how she decided to become a firefighter and what her goals will be as chief.
The Orange County Health Department wants to know the health priorities of its county residents.
Honeybee swarm season is making a buzz in Carrboro.
Efforts to unify the county’s animal control policies won’t necessarily mean Carrboro residents will now be allowed to feed wild deer.
Some Carrboro residents could be making a change close to home: their ZIP codes.
Of the eight member seats on the Chapel Hill Town Council, four positions will be up for election in November, and members are now starting to decide whether to run for re-election.