Weaver Street in Carrboro will be closed off to traffic on Sunday to encourage residents to come out and get active.
The Chapel Hill-Carrboro City School Board of Education hosted an information session Tuesday at Lincoln Center for prospective applicants to fill the recently vacated seat on the board.
While the national election stage is just being set, the upcoming March primary will directly determine who will fill the four seats on the Orange County Board of Commissioners.
The controversy surrounding PACE Academy sparked again at a hearing Monday as the state Board of Education’s Department of Public Instruction released a multitude of records pertaining to PACE and other charter schools.
It has been almost a month since the June 17 mass shooting at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, S.C., that claimed the lives of nine members of the church’s congregation.
Next week, downtown Carrboro will be buzzing with new activities.
Within the next few days there will be a new casual venue on the Carrboro restaurant scene. Cafe Symmetry will open in Carr Mill Mall, in the space formerly occupied by Panzanella.
Five years ago, Carrboro resident Ellen Perry led Chapel Hill Mayor Mark Kleinschmidt and then-Carrboro mayor Mark Chilton through their towns in wheeled walkers.
Carrboro’s El Centro Hispano will celebrate the grand opening of its Center for Employment and Leadership on Sunday.
Daily Tar Heel staff writer Lauren Miller sat down with Carrboro resident Matt Johnson, who works at Chapel Hill Comics, for Town Talk's weekly Humans of Chapel Hill feature.
The sun is sometimes shining, the flowers are blooming, the birds are singing, and the children are playing. Spring weather is upon us, meaning it is time for spring cleaning.