"You know what they say, pride starts at home." Saturday marked Raleigh's 30th Pride festival. The event featured speaker Mandy Carter, a activist and Nobel Prize Nominee, free food and educational resources.
One year after U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced the termination of DACA, we talk to some of the DREAMers about the unrest and uncertainty.
“As Carrboro Coffee Roasters, we do our own green coffee sourcing, and so we go around the world and we work with coffee farmers directly. While we’re doing that, we see the need for things to be better."
Three men living with Hepatitis C in prison, the ACLU of North Carolina and North Carolina Prisoner Legal Services have entered a class-action lawsuit against state officials.
“It tore apart some families, as ICE has made a habit of doing around the country recently.”
Whether you’re a beer connoisseur, a foodie or just really hungry for a big, quality meal, it’s not a bad idea to give Hops Burger Bar a try.
Some CHCCS and Orange County Schools Board of Education members believe the budget forces them to make significant changes.
For retiring Chapel Hill Town Manager Roger Stancil, his first goal was to become president. Then he realized how much a city manager can make an impact.
“That is our busiest intersection, and you have a speed limit there of 45, so I think any time you have high volumes of traffic and higher speeds, you’re going to have more severe accidents when they do occur,” Atack said.