N.C. Sen. Tom McInnis, R-Anson, introduced a bill that would make out-of-state students at UNC-Chapel Hill and N.C. State to pay $5,000 more in tuition for the 2019-2020 academic year.
Community Home Trust, a non-profit organization that acquired a Carrboro low-income rental development in 2017, requested $80,000 from the Board of Orange County Commissioners.
“I think if we’re not going be managing the content, then I think we want to make sure that we’re not putting on things that could be offensive or derisive to different groups."
Thanks to a grant from the county, underserved parts of Orange County will soon be receiving internet service from a company called Open Broadband.
A zoning project for the Rogers Road neighborhood, created together with members of the community, aims to protect existing residents while paving the way for new businesses and housing developments.
The Atlantic Coast Pipeline is set to run through parts of North Carolina, but has been significantly delayed due to legal battles with the Southern Environmental Law Center.
The Town of Chapel Hill is attempting to meet the needs of the downtown scene by expanding parking.
The Town of Carrboro's Environmental Advisory Board contributes to the Town's discussion of environmental policies and development plans.
The Inter-Faith Council won an award sponsored by GlaxoSmithKline for their impressive work in supporting the people of the Triangle.