Chapel Hill and Carrboro residents gathered over music, pizza and drinks Saturday to support the volunteer doulas who serve women delivering babies at UNC Women’s Hospital.
A request to change the name of Carrboro could be on the Board of Aldermen’s agenda early this summer.
Chapel Hill has joined more than 50 municipal governments across the nation to support the amicus brief filed to defend the Environmental Protection Agency’s Clean Power Plan.
The Chapel Hill Town Council approved an interlocal agreement with the town of Carrboro and Orange County on March 21 concerning reimbursement to the county for the costs of the Rogers Road sewer project.
Mayor Pam Hemminger and Town Manager Roger Stancil met with the Cemetery Advisory Board Wednesday to discuss their decision to remove a historic marker from the Old Chapel Hill Cemetery last week.
Community members met over breakfast Wednesday for the Chapel Hill Downtown Partnership’s annual meeting to discuss the agency’s accomplishments in 2015 and its future plans for downtown.
The Orange Water and Sewage Authority will decide on March 24 whether to invest in an advanced metering infrastructure system that will allow for the remote reading of water meters in the county.
The food truck craze is thriving, and restaurateurs are taking advantage of their popularity.
With the North Carolina presidential primary coming up, local organizations are looking for ways to ensure UNC students and faculty know how to make their vote count this year.
When discussing the issue of homelessness in Orange County, community leaders challenged residents to learn more about the homeless population.