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On Aug. 25, the North Carolina Rules Review Commission struck down a North Carolina State Board of Elections request to place additional restrictions on poll observers.
When Leslie Boyd’s son, Mike, was diagnosed with colon cancer, it was already too late.
Content warning: This article contains mentions of rape.
Following recent mass shootings, federal legislation and an increase in gun violence across the United States, some North Carolina legislators have called on the N.C. General Assembly to take action.
On Aug. 3, residents from Chapel Hill, Carrboro and the surrounding community made their way to shop at Chapel Hill's first ALDI at the Eastgate Crossing shopping center on East Franklin Street.
As students prepare for the upcoming semester, COVID-19 continues to spread, with new mutations leading to infections and reinfections in students and local community members.
After taking over $165,000 from the American Israel Public Affairs Committee, an organization that donated to 37 Republicans who voted to overturn the results of the 2020 presidential election, N.C. Sen. Valerie Foushee, D-Chatham, Orange, lost an endorsement from a progressive group in her race for the fourth congressional U.S. House district.
Residents, Chapel Hill Town Council members and lawyers are raising concern over ongoing plans to develop the Chapel Hill Police Department lot.
N.C. House candidate Jonah Garson hosted a campaign rally in the Pit last week, where he discussed a variety of issues such as criminal justice, reproductive health care and more.
Since mask mandates were lifted in the Chapel Hill and Carrboro area last month, many residents have opted to ditch their masks — but when using public transit, you might have noticed a lot of masked riders.
As the May 17 primary election approaches, nine Orange County elected officials are set to face no competition.
The Carrboro Town Council discussed its Climate Action Plan during its March 8 meeting, eventually agreeing to invest 20 percent of the sector of the Town's budget that is allocated for climate initiatives into the plan.
Cindy Anderson, an English language teacher at Culbreth Middle School, has worked with students from a variety of backgrounds, many of whom are new to the U.S. and have had a non-traditional education path.
Last Wednesday, the N.C. Supreme Court certified new political maps in the state of North Carolina, establishing a new congressional map drawn by a panel of nonpartisan advisers while certifying the N.C. House and Senate maps proposed by lawmakers in the state.
After an announcement from Gov. Roy Cooper encouraging schools and local governments to end mask mandates starting March 7, Orange County leaders decided last Friday to keep the county's indoor mask mandate in place.
Since opening her test preparation business in 2011, Sheba Brown has worked to expand college access to underserved communities in the Triangle area.
Last week, the North Carolina Commission for Public Health unanimously voted against a proposal that would have mandated COVID-19 vaccines for high school students aged 17 and older.
The North Carolina Commission for Public Health on Wednesday voted unanimously against a proposal that would have mandated a COVID-19 vaccine for students 17 and older in the state.
The Orange County Schools Board of Education voted on Monday to keep three books — which focus on themes including racism, segregation and gender identity and include sexually explicit content — in its high school libraries' circulation.
The N.C. Department of Health and Human Services recently announced a plan to give individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities better access to quality jobs.