The Carrboro Board of Aldermen discussed a proposed amendment to the Land Use Ordinance at their meeting Tuesday.
While it may look like a stalled project, there’s a lot going on behind the scenes at South Green, a new retail development on South Greensboro Street in Carrboro.
Matt Sullivan is the newly promoted Chapel Hill fire chief. Senior writer Janna Childers talked with Sullivan about his new position and long history of town service.
The Carrboro Farmers' Market has long occupied a central place in local residents' lives — this year, the market is celebrating 20 years in its current location at Carrboro Town Commons, next to Town Hall.
The Chapel Hill Farmers’ Market will return to downtown Chapel Hill for its second season in an effort to provide local produce and food accessibility to downtown residents, employees and students.
Carrboro Board of Aldermen member Sammy Slade is concerned that a proposed bill from the N.C. General Assembly will limit accessibility to police body-worn and dashboard camera footage.
Independent booksellers and publishers across North Carolina have joined together to ask for the repeal of House Bill 2.
Orange County Public Library is trying to broaden internet access across the county. The new Wi-Fi to Go program, announced Friday, allows library card holders to check out a Wi-Fi hotspot for up to three weeks at a time.
One thousand Easter eggs were hidden at Gold Park in Hillsborough this Saturday, but no children were there to find them.
As parents grapple with how to protect their children from the dangers of the internet, Chapel Hill and Carrboro City Schools work to educate students and parents about internet safety. At a meeting Monday, CHCCS and the Chapel Hill Police Department hosted an Internet Family Safety Night to discuss issues regarding children’s use of the internet, including social media, online predators and sexting.
The long process of changing the current Carrboro land use ordinance continues.