“We could really take this opportunity and completely change the narrative about redistricting and completely change the narrative about our state,” said state N.C. Rep. Robert Reives, who filed a bill in the General Assembly on Wednesday aimed at combating gerrymandering of the state's voting districts.
Evidence of discriminatory policies found in Orange and Durham counties by the N.C. Fair Housing Project sets to provide renters with information regarding their rights to equal housing, supported by EmPOWERment Inc.
Orange County is working to address persistent climate change issues through forming a specialized committee to push energy efficient initiatives.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency, North Carolina Department of Public Safety and nonprofits are still working to help survivors recover from the damage the hurricane caused.
At last week's Town Council meeting, council members and the community discussed the viability of e-scooters returning to Chapel Hill.
The Town of Chapel Hill is taking action to finally determine who owns the Jefferson Davis Memorial Highway marker so that it can be removed.
Franklin Street will be joining a nationwide trend of fiber internet, with communication lines being installed starting January 14.
Common Cause v. Rucho could become an exemplary case for future gerrymandering accusations.
By fighting controversial opinions of parents and faculty, a local elementary school is trying to become a Mandarin magnet school and language program.