Local business owners and Town Council members expressed hesitation about Carrboro's 203 Project, a development project on South Greensboro Street, at a Sept. 15 Carrboro Town Council meeting.
Following a spike in COVID-19 cases on campus at UNC, Moe's Southwest Grill and Linda's Bar and Grill have shut their doors.
Lula’s, LOTSA Stone Fired Pizza and Ms Mong are some of the restaurants that have permanently closed their doors because of the coronavirus.
Restaurants, coffee shops and bars on Franklin Street are slowly reopening, bringing some familiarity back to life as a UNC student. Here’s a list of places, old and new, that have opened their doors to the public.
Women also formed various war circles, in which they made hospital gowns, garments for refugees, bed pads and various medical supplies. These circles were the accessible alternative to Red Cross Chapters for rural women of Orange County who lived in more isolated areas.
Farmers' markets in North Carolina are regarded as an essential food source and will thus be allowed to remain open at this time despite the growing COVID-19 crisis. The Carrboro Farmers' Market has assured that it will continue to introduce greater safety precautions in order to support both local businesses and consumers.
North Carolina Democratic Party leaders gathered at an event in Raleigh on Tuesday after primary elections results were announced. But despite the initial excitement, attention quickly turned to November and the party's goal of flipping the state legislature.
Phil Fleischmann, Chapel Hill's new parks and recreation director, said he holds these events to hear from residents and to get to know them. He also encourages students to be involved with off-campus recreation.
“There are critical issues and needs across the board regarding public education. We just believe that there is a need for advocacy in this area that isn’t being met."