Garbage pick-up may just clean up Carrboro's air and roadways.
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Carrboro could be adding a splash color to its already bright town.
The dimly-lit, around-100-square feet space was filled to capacity, containing around 20 people sitting on oversized couches, chairs and intimate tables.
Community members are popping tags at local thrift stores – and in Carrboro, it’s for a good cause.
Not every kid is going to eat Brussels sprouts or mushrooms, but that’s not stopping the Carrboro Farmers' Market from trying to encourage its youngest customers to eat healthy.
In efforts to better promote Carrboro’s mission statement of feeling free, the town is updating their signs.
Dan Mayer knows a thing or two about eccentricity.
On the Fourth of July, every chair in the Carrboro Century Center’s main hall was filled, with some Chapel Hill and Carrboro residents even sitting on the floor due to the large crowd.
The community-driven radio station WCOM 103.5 has given back to Chapel Hill and Carrboro for almost 10 years and is now reaching out to town officials for funding assistance.
Four years after its initial approval, a proposed solar housing development in Carrboro has received another extension on its conditional use permit, though construction on the development has not yet begun.
Some Carrboro residents could be making a change close to home: their ZIP codes.
Orange County residents will soon face new fees for recycling services.
The Carrboro Board of Aldermen discussed the rising cost of housing in increasingly walkable, bikeable, livable Carrboro at a meeting Tuesday while considering updates to the Affordable Housing Special Revenue Fund.
Dissatisfied tenants staged protests during the weekend at apartment complexes across Carrboro to challenge abnormally high water bills.
The Carrboro Board of Alderman decided Thursday not to move forward with the original proposal for the Carrboro Arts and Innovation Center.
Cat’s Cradle owner Frank Heath walked out of a public hearing on the proposed Arts and Innovation Center Tuesday night after expressing his frustration.
A local business and a nonprofit are working together to improve the living conditions of Carrboro resident Lillie Brown.