The Carrboro Board of Aldermen wrote a resolution April 5 thanking N.C. Rep. David Price for co-sponsoring a bill that would repeal policies criminalizing people with HIV.
Chapel Hill residents and human rights advocates gathered at Chapel Hill Town Hall Monday to protest the town council’s meeting with four newly elected Israeli leaders.
Public outrage decrying violations of LGBT rights from House Bill 2 has been widespread, but less attention has been given to the bill’s restrictions on local minimum wage controls.
Carolina Advocating for Gender Equality has collected more than 400 signatures on its petition to bring gender-neutral bathrooms to Chapel Hill businesses.
Former UNC student Chandler Kania’s case has been continued until August, court records confirm. Orange County Assistant District Attorney Jeff Nieman said Judge Allen Baddour has set the case for pre-trial motions for Aug.
Orange County will pilot a new agritourism mobile app, aimed to connect North Carolina visitors to the agricultural assets of the state.
Former UNC-Chapel Hill student Chandler Kania, 20, is scheduled to appear in court Tuesday for a second-degree murder charge after drinking and driving the wrong way on Interstate 85 in July of last year.
Staff writer Nicole Gonzalez spoke with Joal Hall Broun, a newly appointed Chapel Hill-Carrboro City School Board member, about what she wants to change during her time serving on the board.
More than one hundred concerned Chapel Hill and Carrboro community members gathered at the United Church of Chapel Hill Saturday to discuss racial equity in public schools.
Schoolkids Records, a record company that began in 1974, will return to Chapel Hill on March 1st as the company’s third location in the Triangle.
Carr Mill Mall will be home to Tandem Restaurant starting at the end of March.
“Small plates still taste great, even if it’s raining,” said Nichole Livengood from Carolina Epicurean Events