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.
Many members of Chapel Hill Town Council and the Carrboro Board of Aldermen — as well as both the Chapel Hill and Carrboro Mayors — hold full or part-time jobs on top of their duties as elected officials. Although their duties often slow down during the summer months and towards the end of December, municipal election season tends to be a very busy time, Chapel Hill Mayor Pam Hemminger said. She said she wants to improve the community by removing barriers to full participation in the council and opening opportunity for greater representation.
Running out of meal swipes? Tired of the dining hall? Looking for a lunch spot that won't make your parents call you in anger because you've spent too much money on food this week? Look no further because here is one writer's opinion about cheap food on Franklin.
Print is being phased out, advertising revenue is declining and a journalist's diploma isn't alleviating the ongoing challenges of reaching full readership. But that doesn't mean college journalism is dying.
The Chapel Hill Fire Department responded to a structure fire at 500 N. Columbia St. at 11:52 a.m. on Wednesday. Reports say the fire began in Unit B which was a vacant unit of the North Columbia Street public housing community.
Chapel Hill High’s student newspaper, the Proconian, will be going digital starting this year. The decision to move to an online platform was one of funding, time and ease of reaching readership.
The Shoppe Bar and Meatball Kitchen is next to Esperanza in Carrboro. Staff writer Lauren Talley spent an afternoon trying out their menu.
At any given time there are around 2,000 devices connected to the Town of Carrboro's free Wi-Fi, and Carrboro continues to be positive about the service they provide.
When Becky Laskody and her husband went looking for a neighborhood to raise a child in, they began exploring the idea of cohousing. Over twenty years later, Laskody is now one of the founding members of Arcadia, a Chapel Hill cohousing community.