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August is National Water Quality Month, and the Orange Water and Sewer Authority is using the month to educate local residents through tours and instructional resources.
On Sunday, UNC students participated in Redirect the Rage, a rally hosted by the UNC Undergraduate Student Government and several other student organizations to protest the overturning of Roe v. Wade.
The North Carolina Department of Justice will not move to lift the injunction in Bryant v. Woodall, North Carolina Attorney General Josh Stein announced on Thursday.
The Chapel Hill Police Department Crisis Unit recently hired Laverne Burton as its first peer support specialist. She began in the role on June 13.
Gov. Roy Cooper signed an executive order protecting access to abortion in North Carolina at a press conference on Wednesday.
A hush fell over the crowd gathered to protest the U.S. Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade in downtown Chapel Hill's Peace and Justice Plaza on Saturday as Chapel Hill Town Council member Camille Berry shared the story of her pregnancy in 1993.
The Chapel Hill Police Department launched its new online crime reporting system last week, providing Chapel Hill residents with another way to file non-emergency police reports.
The Carrboro Town Council approved its budget for the Fiscal Year 2022-2023, 6-1, in their meeting on Tuesday. The FY23 year begins on July 1, 2022 and ends on June 30, 2023.
The Chapel Hill and Carrboro communities celebrated Juneteenth at the Hargraves Community Center on Sunday afternoon.
It can be difficult to make weekend plans as a first-year student. If you’re not road tripping home for the weekend, you may be wondering how to occupy your time outside of the classroom.
On June 6, Chapel Hill Police Chief and Executive Director for Community Safety Chris Blue announced that he will retire on Dec. 31, 2022. Summer City & State Editor Sarah Choi spoke with Blue about his 25-year career with the Chapel Hill Police Department. Blue began serving as a patrol officer in November 1997 and was appointed chief of police in December 2010.
The CVS Pharmacy located at 137 E. Franklin St. will permanently close next week on June 16.
Sally Johnson, a first-year teacher at McDougle Elementary School, has already had to talk to her fourth-grade students about school lockdown drills, gun violence and the recent school shooting in Uvalde, Texas, where nearly two dozen students and teachers were shot and killed.
According to unofficial primary election results, Jeff Nieman won the Democratic primary election for district attorney for District 18, which includes Orange and Chatham counties.
Renée Price won the Democratic nomination for North Carolina House of Representatives District 50, according to unofficial results.
Allen Buansi won the Democratic nomination for the North Carolina House of Representatives District 56, based on unofficial primary election results. He will be the district's next representative, as no Republican candidate filed to run.
In the Tuesday primary elections, Orange County voters cast their ballots for several federal, state, county and local positions.
N.C. Sen. Valerie Foushee, D-Chatham, Orange, won the Democratic nomination for the fourth congressional U.S. House district seat and Courtney Geels won the Republican nomination, according to unofficial primary election results.
For new students navigating the food scene near UNC's campus, here is a guide to some of the popular restaurants around Franklin Street.
All Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools will cancel or reschedule their after-school and evening athletics, activities and events today due to threat of severe weather, according to an email sent by CHCCS.