Damon Seils announced on Thursday that he will be running for a fourth term on the Board of Aldermen, with hopes to continue advocating for multiple initiatives he has been involved in for the Town.
“I think that there’s not only issues of the storm events, but the fact that our own infrastructure doesn’t even meet the current standards.”
UNC students and Chapel Hill community members alike are excited about a new bookstore/coffee shop coming to Franklin Street.
North Carolina General Assembly seeks to eliminate the gender pay wage gap by passing a bill to prohibit wage discrimination on the basis of gender.
“As long as they are identified when they come to vote and we have removed the barriers for that to happen, that is all good democracy and it’s what this country ought to be about."
The ERA was first introduced in 1923. If ratified, the amendment would ensure equal pay for women and make sex-based discrimination illegal.
The annual budget for the Town of Chapel Hill is a year-round process, with much input being given to achieve a balanced and fair budget for the next fiscal year.
The Tar Heel Mobile Park on the 1200 block of Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard is potentially undergoing renovations leaving current residents concerned about the future of their homes.
As a second government shutdown seems impending, social service agencies in Orange County are preparing for the worst.
N.C. Attorney General Josh Stein has proposed the Survivor Act, which would provide the funding needed to test roughly 15,160 backlogged rape kits.