The N.C. General Assembly will begin talking about marijuana legalization in the new year, but if the proposal passes, it will be up to local governments to actually legalize it.
With the Republican General Assembly to lose its supermajority in the New Year, legislators are pushing the final details on the voter I.D. amendment.
Anyone who sees the dog or has information is urged to call Animal Control Dispatch at 919-932-4948. For any emergency situation after regular operating hours, please dial 911.
Democrats received more votes than Republicans for the state Senate and State House in the midterm election, yet Republicans will keep a majority of the seats in both chambers.
Voter registration in North Carolina has increased overall, but especially for Hispanic people and for third-party voters.
The Center for Economic Studies released a report last month studying the economic development that people go through from their childhood to their 30s. When it comes to Chapel Hill and Carrboro, the results were a little divided. Black children born to parents in the bottom quintile of household income have a 2.5 percent chance of raising to the top quintile of household income, compared with 10.6 percent for whites, according to the report.
The Hemp Store will soon open on Franklin Street after its success in downtown Raleigh.
“The power of the purse is one of Congress’ greatest duties, and we will continue to work on the appropriations bills that remain,” said U.S. Rep. Virginia Foxx, R-N.C., the chairperson of the House Committee on Education and the Workforce.
Early voting is upon us. Starting Oct. 17, students can start lining up at the polls. Here's a quick guide to where, when and how to submit your ballot.
With many areas of Chapel Hill prone to flooding, Ran Northam, community safety communication specialist, gave some traveling tips.