This historical plaque of Carrboro raises an ethical debate: “Telling the truth during an era when there’s a rise in racism and a rise in hatred is even more important,” Gist said.
People should stay away from downtown Durham until further notice. “This is the kind of day that you never prepare for as a mayor.”
Concerns about potential pollution are finally being addressed as the N.C. Department of Environmental Quality required Duke Energy to make major changes to its coal ash stockpiles.
Outside seating in the town of Chapel Hill will now be more spacious for your outdoor dining desires.
Orange County computer systems plagued by encryption virus identified, services operating normally.
The Durham-Orange Light Rail Transit Project has received several updates in the past two weeks, including a draft of a Federal Transit Administration risk report and refusal from Duke to join the project.
A study found that 91 percent of police agencies nationwide use social media to keep the public updated about concerns, and the Chapel Hill Police Department and UNC Police are both getting in on this trend.
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.”
The Van Hecke-Wettach Hall hosts UNC's School of Law.