On March.22, 2016 Carrboro Board of Aldermen Public Hearing of the IFC's FoodFirst Meeting is held at the Carrboro Elementary School Auditorium.

Carrboro Aldermen unanimously approve amendment for IFC's FoodFirst kitchen

In order to allow the Inter-Faith Council to build a community kitchen for their FoodFirst initiative, the Carrboro Board of Aldermen voted to allow organizations that provide social services to provide food services to the community.


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Residents living in Carrboro's extraterritorial jurisdiction lack representation

Residents living within Carrboro's extraterritorial jurisdiction follow all of the town's laws — but they aren't able to vote for the officials who create these laws. An extraterritorial jurisdiction is a statutory provision in state law that gives cities the right to regulate zones outside of their municipal boundaries. The city has control over areas such as land use, zoning and any of the city regulations that would normally be enforced inside town limits.


Carrboro to celebrate Indigenous Peoples' Day

When Amy Locklear Hertel, director of the UNC American Indian Center, told her first-grade daughter that Christopher Columbus did not discover America, she responded, “Mommy, do people know that?” The girl suggested Hertel write a Facebook post to inform the rest of the world.


View of the kitchen and back door from inside Bethany Chaney's small Carrboro home

Tiny homes take tenants back to roots

Encompassed by her warm orange walls decorated with vivid art, Carrboro Board of Aldermen member Bethany Chaney said living in a home with a footprint of only 400 square feet was an experiment at first.


Employees work at Kalisher, which received a spot on the Triangle Business Journal’s 50 fastest-growing companies list.

Quick-growing firm credits Carrboro

Kalisher, a Carrboro business, received a spot on the Triangle Business Journal’s 50 fastest-growing companies list for 2015. It isn’t the company’s first honor: its nontraditional work environment and modern, technological approach won it national recognition from Inc. magazine for the past two years.