The Inter-Faith Council — which combats homelessness, poverty and hunger in Chapel Hill and Carrboro — is set to break ground on its new transitional men’s homeless shelter May 5, replacing the county’s only 24-hour emergency men’s shelter.
Orange County might be seeing an increase in rabies cases this year, highlighting the importance of preventative measures like vaccinations.
It was a hot topic in Raleigh, but it was a simple decision for the Chapel Hill Town Council.
When Bill Webster first toured the Chapel Hill Department of Parks and Recreation Administrative Office at his job interview in 1980, he was told the building was a temporary space. But 34 years later, he is still waiting for a new office.