George, a resident of the new SECU Community House, spoke at the annual Inter-Faith Council for Social Service (IFC) meeting and expressed his gratitude of the IFC. “(The staff) make me feel like I have a purpose now, it’s an amazing feeling,” George said. “There’s one thing those people over there have in common, they all have hearts. All you have to do is just walk in and open your eyes and you’ll see it.”
One Durham-based nonprofit is helping to bring Kenyans out of poverty through employment and education.
Martha Marsh Jenkins, the owner of Kitchenworks in University Place, uses Shred-a-Thons to dispose of business documents and other administrative papers that collect while running her store. “It’s such a nice thing for the town to do.
Carrboro Mayor Lydia Lavelle is running unopposed in the upcoming election, but she is still pushing her constituents to go to the polls and exercise their democratic rights.
Garbage pick-up may just clean up Carrboro's air and roadways.
The Orange County Board of Commissioners was presented with two floor plans for a new detention facility to be built in Hillsborough at their regular meeting Tuesday.