In the face of state and federal budget cuts, Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools will ask Orange County officials Thursday for $5.4 million in extra funding for the upcoming school year.
Before even entering Sula Eubanks’ room at the Red Roof Inn in Durham, you can hear her two dogs barking.
Kelly Serrano, a Latina mother with three sons in dual-language classes at Frank Porter Graham Elementary School, loves that her children are taught in her native language.
They call him “Mr. Recycling.”
Within the next few weeks, Chapel Hill’s solid waste will no longer be in Rogers Road’s backyard.
As the 40-year struggle for sewer service in the Rogers Road community continues, local officials are exploring a new option that would give the community more independence.
Almost a year after the Carrboro Board of Aldermen indefinitely postponed a public hearing for a controversial proposal to build a CVS Pharmacy in Carrboro, residents could have to wait another month for their voices to be heard.
In Orange County, stereotypes often clash. But being unfriendly to business is one stereotype county officials are actively working to combat in hopes of attracting larger, more diverse companies to the area.
Picture Santa’s workshop on Christmas Eve and you’ll have a fairly accurate image of University Florist and Gift Shop on Valentine’s Day.
The Chapel Hill Town Council unanimously approved permits Monday night that will bring 580,000 square feet of housing, offices and a public greenspace to Franklin Street’s University Square development.
The Chapel Hill Town Council discussed cuts to Homestead Aquatic Center funding, updates to the Inter-Faith Council Good Neighbor Plan and the Charterwood Mixed Use Development at a meeting on Sept.