The Orange County Board of Commissioners decriminalized marijuana and held a hearing for the Research Triangle Logistics Park at a Tuesday meeting.
UNC students are flocking to delivery platforms for employment after COVID-19 put their other job opportunities on hold, but it works better for some than for others. One UNC senior transitioned between delivery companies, from driving to taking on a marketing position. Another UNC graduate took a delivery job after his full-time position was delayed. “As more people have turned to these applications or nontraditional work more generally, it has definitely had impacts on those who have already been reliant over a longer period of time on gig work,” Hilary Greenberg, a research associate for the Aspen Institute Future of Work Initiative, said.
Hussman emerged victorious – erasing his rival’s newsroom and creating a bitterness toward Hussman among its former staffers that persists to this day.
Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools have put multiple policies in place to focus on making schools more equitable, diminishing a disciplinary gap between Black and white students. But is what they're doing enough?
Christopher Cates, the previous public works superintendent for the Town of Carrboro, coincidently resigned in October — and thanks to an anonymous tip, the Carrboro Police Department has discovered that he was involved with embezzlement and common law forgery.
The Orange County Board of Commissioners voted on Oct. 16 to repeal a 1959 resolution to name U.S. Highway 15 as Jefferson Davis Highway after several residents began questioning the name. But does the BOC have the jurisdiction to change the name, or does that fall under the University, the Town of Chapel Hill or the North Carolina Department of Transportation? And who put up the marker just outside McCorkle Place?
Counter Culture Coffee aims to impact both the local community and the American public, while producing quality coffee from environmentally conscious sources.
During Hurricane Matthew, 28 people in North Carolina died as a result of the storm. At least 17 of those deaths were in vehicles that were swept away on flooded roads.
An N.C. Republican Party official floated the idea of impeaching the N.C. Supreme Court if the court votes to remove proposed constitutional amendments from November's ballot.
Retired Hillsborough K-9 Officer Talon died peacefully at age 14 on Saturday, April 21 at home surrounded by his family at his favorite spot in the woods by the creek he loved, according to a press release.