Mark Kleinschmidt, Nancy Oates and Hongbin Gu recollect on their time as town leaders as the political landscape of Chapel Hill changes.
The Board of Aldermen will officially adopt a new name, and the town's noise ordinance will be amended. Changes for Martin Luther King Jr. Park were also discussed at the meeting.
The Carrboro Board of Aldermen heard an update on the Town's bike plan at its meeting Tuesday. Aldermen members debated the comprehensiveness of the plan.
As plans emerge to tax student-athlete scholarships, the NCAA board speaks out against the bill, and experts share their opinions on whether on not this would be a worthwhile tax policy.
Carrboro residents express frustration over the Board of Aldermen's decision Tuesday to approve the building of a shopping center in Carrboro.
Higher education institutions evaluate new income share agreements.
“We just did it because our business on Franklin Street is super high volume and we just know how rough that can be on a staff, and I think the majority of people have never worked in a restaurant and it’s just some of the hardest work you can do.”
Democratic senators across the country have been discussing how to create accountability for colleges and universities on student loan defaulting.
Student mental health is a growing concern at many North Carolina universities: with the past five years, the number of students seeking campus psychological services have seen an incline. According to Chris Hogan, the director of the Counseling and Psychological Services Center at App State, the counseling center at App State saw 2,500 students in the 2017-18 academic year, which is almost 1,000 more than numbers five years ago.