The Carrboro Board of Aldermen raised concerns about a future affordable housing unit at their Tuesday meeting.
“Ultimately, officers take an oath to defend the Constitution, to help people’s voices be heard, even when those chants are directed at us. I am very proud of how our officers responded. Very proud.”
During the first of eight planned patrols, the Chapel Hill Police Department wrote one open-container citation. Read more about how the CHPD is working to enforce underage drinking laws.
A strong sense of community and excitement filled the atmosphere during the groundbreaking ceremony for Carrboro's MLK Park.
After the vote to pass Chapel Hill's affordable housing bond, the Town has begun putting efforts into increasing more affordable housing. The Town is looking to transition people from shelters to new housing as soon as possible, while also using funds for other related projects.
New chairperson to the National Assessment Governing Board, Beverly Perdue, looks forward to closing the nation’s achievement gap and ensuring that all students have access to a great education.
Nestled in Carrboro is a bike repair shop that offers so much more than tire repairs and chain oiling. It's a place where women, femme, transgender, non-binary and gender non-conforming individuals can feel empowered and at home.
The U.S. Department of Health & Human Services is considering to strictly define gender as unchangeable at birth under Title IX, a move that has local activists looking back to North Carolina's HB2.
Despite being rated a silver-level community by the League of American Bicyclists, Carrboro residents say that the town has room to improve its bike safety.
Devon Riggsbee stood in his Chapel Hill yard, towering over his surrounding weights and workout equipment, and smiled as a passing driver honked and yelled something unintelligible out the window.
The Van Hecke-Wettach Hall hosts UNC's School of Law.