Dylan Cole Phillips
After graduating from UNC-Greensboro, she worked as a teachers' assistant — and realized she had what it took to become a teacher herself. Meet Eugenia Floyd, Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools' Teacher of the Year.
The Orange County Board of Commissioners approved a measure to outsource funding to a local nonprofit to facilitate a way for inmates to re-enter society.
The Chapel Hill-Carrboro City School Board of Education met Thursday night to discuss the superintendent’s recommended budget in the wake of COVID-19.
COVID-19 has not stopped UNC's newly-founded chapter of Hearts for the Homeless, a nonprofit started to assist people experiencing homelessness, from impacting the Chapel Hill community. The chapter is accepting donations of hand sanitizer, soap, gloves, scarves, bandanas and homemade masks.
With more office spaces, vendor locations and parking decks, the proposed plan brings change to downtown Chapel Hill.
“The BRT Project will have its own specialized buses and everything that will run along that corridor, which means that the other buses we would currently consider running in the corridor won’t need as many buses as they’re currently using."
Duke Energy has agreed to a settlement concerning cleaning and moving its unlined coal ash sites. The new deadline for the cleanup is 2035, six years after the original deadline.