Read the legal decisions given by the Orange County District Court on the four suspects who were accused of toppling Silent Sam.
A comprehensive proposal to rebuild trials and improve sewage systems was recently accepted by the Town of Chapel Hill, which primarily benefits the Stratford Hills and Bolin Creek neighborhoods.
UNC Health Care and the Town of Chapel Hill are hoping to meet the growing needs of local residents with the development of Eastowne Medical Park which is bringing more access to medical care to the Chapel Hill area.
Duke announced on Feb. 27 its withdrawal from the light rail project, virtually ending any chance of continuing the construction of the project. The university cited the risk the construction posed to research and patients, referring to Duke’s Medical Center on Erwin road.
Grubb Properties, the owning company of Glen Lennox, a planned community in Chapel Hill, requested an incentive of $2.2 million from the Town to add affordable housing units and office space in the community.
A bill introduced in Congress may allow student-athletes to financially benefit from their name, image or likeness.
The tourism industry argues that a more flexible school calendar for schools may negatively impact North Carolina citizens.
House Bill 146 would be effective as of Jan. 1, 2020, when the wage would increase from $7.25 an hour to $8.80 an hour. The wage would then increase yearly until it reaches $15 in 2024.
The project will be a 190 unit retirement apartment development on just under 16 acres of area.