The Orange County Board of Commissioners addressed several topics — including Section 8 housing, the Rogers Road sewer project and the Orange County Water and Sewer Authority facility — in a wide-ranging meeting Tuesday night.
For Rev. Mitchell Simpson, remembering the legacy of his predecessors, both the good and the bad, is of paramount importance.
After losing his longtime tenant at 110 W. Franklin St. last month, Owen Gwyn is determined to find a new business to lease the space that students will love.
More local students who are at risk to go hungry during a weekend away from school will soon be fed on those days off, thanks to an expansion of TABLE’s Weekend Meal Backpack Program.
The town of Chapel Hill, in partnership with Habitat for Humanity, will open a new publicly owned affordable housing duplex at 105 Zieger Lane Friday.
George Bell will always remember the night in May 1960 when he spent five hours talking with Martin Luther King Jr. in Chapel Hill.
On Monday, Ali Cherfaoui pleaded guilty to the 2012 second-degree murder of his estranged wife Chahnaz Kebaier.
Two very different companies are fighting for a piece of property on Barbee Chapel Road.
Pedestrians and cyclists can now enjoy a new 1.8-mile paved trail that runs along the Eno River — named the Riverwalk.
After more than 100 people visited the emergency room for accidentally overdosing on prescription medication in 2012, Orange County health officials are looking to curb prescription drug abuse by offering people a free and easy way to dispose of medications they no longer use.
The Carrboro Board of Alderman met on Tuesday evening, and discussed the following issues:...