On Thursday, Justice Cheri Beasley was sworn in as the first Black woman in North Carolina history to be Chief Justice.
A new House Bill has been introduced in the General Assembly that challenges the U.S. Supreme Court's Obergefell v. Hodges decision that made gay marriage legal across the country.
U.S. Rep. Walter Jones, R-N.C., died last Sunday afternoon in Greenville.
Even though funding for affordable housing in Chapel Hill has increased, access to affordable housing has worsened. Here's an update on how the Town is trying to fix this.
“Support the other local bike shops in the area. Banding together is the best thing that we can do to keep the sport going.”
“What's lost in that is that southern Orange County looks quite different from northern Orange County, and by considering the county as a whole, we may lose visibility on parts of it that may face different kinds of challenges.”
After contemplating several key factors, the Orange County School Board approved a new policy for redistricting.
"We were trying to find, as they say, an elegant solution, one that represented our thinking and what we had heard, but also was not illegal and was cognizant of the trauma that Confederate statues and remnants of the Confederacy and white supremacy have upon many people in our community.”
Sally Greene, a former Chapel Hill Town Council member, and Jamezetta Bedford, previously on the Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools Board of Education, replaced Commissioners Barry Jacobs and Mia Burroughs in uncontested races.
The Town of Chapel Hill is deciding what to do to protect the public from a potentially toxic finding of buried coal ash.
An empty pedestal is all that remains of the Confederate monument in front of the Durham County Commissioners building. A committee tasked with the monument's future suggested that the city place the statue in a nearby building.