Sara Kiley Watson
Carrboro Mayor Lydia Lavelle issued a proclamation on Nov. 30 declaring that the Town of Carrboro is part of “Cities for Life - Cities against the Death Penalty” to raise awareness about the movement to abolish the death penalty in the United States.
A roundabout could replace the current intersection at Estes Drive Extension and North Greensboro Street in Carrboro.
Orange County is developing plans for a light rail system, but the actual implementation is still years away.
They say you are what you eat. In college, this may be especially true. For these UNC alumni, the places where they loved to eat back in the day still stick out — whether it was 67 years ago or seven.
The Board of Aldermen met Tuesday to discuss a report on the maximum supportable school impact fee study and the possible establishment of a stormwater utility enterprise fund
Staying safe is a priority for students, but one thing that sometimes gets forgotten is the risk of fire. Staff writer Sara Kiley Watson asked Tommy Gregory, the interim fire marshal for Chapel Hill, about how to keep off-campus houses and apartments safe.
The Chandler Kania trial continued Tuesday with testimonies from state troopers, firefighters, a paramedic and a forensic scientist.
This weekend, two Orange County breweries will represent North Carolina at the Great American Beer Festival, a top U.S. beer festival and competition in Denver.
The Carrboro Board of Alderman unanimously passed a resolution at Tuesday's meeting to begin stage two traffic calming measures in the Blue Ridge Road neighborhood.
November marks the 28th year that the restaurants of Chapel Hill and Carrboro have teamed up with the Inter-Faith Council for Social Service to provide meals for the hungry.