The Town's affordable housing preservation strategy is organized around three key objectives: preserve affordable housing, improve or maintain quality of affordable housing and support tenant protections for households at risk of displacement.
Tom Ferguson said bird-watching has allowed him to slow down, check his ego and become more empathetic.
On Nov. 14 and 16, the Chapel Hill Police Department will host its Community Police Academy, a two-day event aimed to improve the community's understanding of the police department.
Bob Bales, principal of McDougle Middle School, was gifted with the 2019-20 Principal of the Year Award for the district. His innovation and communication skills were what put him at the top of CHCCS' list.
The Chamber's 2019 State of the Community Report reveals that reading levels and graduation rates for minority groups in the state's public schools are lower than those of white students.
Until August, the Orange County Detention Center charged $3 for every cash deposit made for inmates through an Oasis ATM. The new agreement, signed by the Orange County Sheriff's Office and Oasis Commissary Services, serves to abolish those fees.
Robert Hall Jr. is appealing a claim that his 400-square-foot Confederate flag violates an Orange County ordinance. The flag was raised one month before the ordinance was amended.
North Carolina lawmakers have less than a week to redraw districts. So far, they have agreed on baseline maps to use as a starting point in the redistricting process.
This discussion was the first of a panel series, called Home is the Key, which is being hosted in celebration of 35 years of impact for Habitat for Humanity of Orange County. The series will continue through October and November with two more panel discussions.
The Hillsborough Parks and Recreation Board created two new seats to make their decisions more inclusive for the community. One seat is open to 13 to 19 year olds, and the other is for someone 55 years old or older.