Nearly 90 Orange County families have been put at risk for losing their homes in the past year, but a group of housing organizations is helping them find their footing again.
Tina Vaughn’s job at Chapel Hill’s Public Housing Department has become increasingly difficult over her decades-long career.
Chapel Hill residents hoping for more affordable housing options will have to wait.
Dozens of Chapel Hill residents are asking the Town Council to dedicate one penny of the town’s tax rate to creating more affordable housing, which could help the population of chronically homeless.
For Chapel Hill businesses open until the early hours of the morning, serving intoxicated patrons comes with the territory.
After a year of uncertainties for Chapel Hill’s towing and cellphone ordinances in 2012, the future of both laws was once again a topic of controversy in 2013 after the North Carolina Supreme Court agreed to review the ordinances in November.
The fate of Chapel Hill’s towing and mobile phone ordinances is once again up in the air after the North Carolina Supreme Court agreed on Friday to review the controversial laws.
After seven years in her apartment, Dawn Lancaster will have to find a new home when her lease runs out in July.
After three deaths in three days on nearby roads last month, Carrboro officials have said they want to continue to push for funding from the state to improve bike lanes and walkways around town.
Thousands across the United States took time during Presidents’ Day on Monday to honor the country’s presidential leaders — an exclusive group that includes a UNC alumnus.
Ed Holland, the planning director for Orange Water and Sewer Authority, presented reasons for Chapel Hill to add Jordan Lake in its list of emergency water supply options at a Feb. 6 presentation for Chapel Hill 2020.