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The Atlantic Coast Pipeline has been canceled amid economic uncertainty following years of controversy. Since 2014, the 600-mile natural gas pipeline that would have crossed eastern North Carolina has sparked debate on its environmental and economic impact.
CORRECTION: A previous version of this story incorrectly stated that the Chicago Public Library saw a 40% increase in returns over a three-year period after doing away with late fines. The Chicago Public Library saw a 240% increase in returns over a three-week period after going fine-free. The Daily Tar Heel apologizes for the error.
At its June 17 special meeting, the Chapel Hill Town Council received updates on the Town’s response to the pandemic and took action on the affordable housing funding plan and the North-South Bus Rapid Transit project.
During a normal semester, rising junior Antonio Mendoza enjoys his weekly U bus rides as part of his grocery shopping commute.
Gov. Cooper signed Executive Order 143 on June 4 to address the disproportionate impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on communities of color in North Carolina.
The sound of protestors singing “Happy Birthday” echoed down Franklin Street on Friday as students and community members circled the American flag in the Peace and Justice Plaza to honor the life of Breonna Taylor, who would have turned 27 that day.
Chapel Hill’s rents increased by 0.7 percent during May and have been on the rise since February, according to a report by Apartment List, a California-based platform with rental listing and research.
Starting Monday, Chapel Hill Transit will operate with the reduced occupancy of 10 people per bus to ensure social distancing.
In Chapel Hill’s late-May heat, Loryn Clark fills each box seated on her dark blue cart with items like sweet potatoes and milk.
North Carolina is ramping up its coronavirus testing capacity, completing over 8,000 almost every day since May 13.
Jotting down a few math equations, Catherine McManus, a UNC graduate student, texts a picture of her writing to a local high school student she tutors through Carrboro-based Refugee Support Center.
The Orange County School Board discussed school safety, year-round calendar systems and various other initiatives for the schools at its meeting last week.
By summer 2020, the Inter-Faith Council for Social Service Board will complete its 10-year planning process that involves building two shelters, HomeStart and Community House and the new facility for its FoodFirst project in an effort to provide dignified services for people in need.
The Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools district held a family input session on Monday to discuss the modification of Glenwood Elementary School’s reassignment policy.
Editor's Note: Some interviews were conducted in a different language and were translated to English by the writer.
The Chapel Hill Town Council met Wednesday to discuss technology, the Building Integrated Communities Initiative and prioritized affordable housing sites.
Hop on to the North-South Bus Rapid Transit line from Eubanks Road to Southern Village, take the Wake-Durham commuter rail, try GoTriangle Electric Buses or bike from your apartment to campus. These could be a few of your transportation options in Chapel Hill.
Local Chapel Hill and Carrboro businesses found a new way to greet new students during the first week of classes this year.
A resolution that supports increased funding for transit passed unanimously at the Chapel Hill Town Council's April 10 meeting.
What will happen by 2050? For the Town of Chapel Hill, it might be 100 percent clean, renewable energy.