The achievement gap between white, Black and Hispanic students in CHCCS schools has persisted for a long time — the disparities between students can be found in various areas, including AP course enrollment and suspensions.
Al's Burger Shack, a beloved burger chain in Chapel Hill, has filed for bankruptcy. However, the restaurant's legal counsel, JP Cournoyer, says that the business does not plan to close, but instead will reorganize.
The FUTURE Act, a bill that gives $255 million to historically Black colleges and universities, expired in September. Now, the Senate has blocked efforts to renew it.
Lady Edison, a Chapel Hill-based pork business that buys whole hogs from the North Carolina Natural Hog Growers Association cooperative and sells to restaurants and business across the state and country, is expanding their mission locally with a new deli and re-imagined bar coming in the near future.
“In the midst of what our country’s going through right now, we need to be reminded of what unites us, and Veterans Day is a perfect reminder of that, what our country stands for, the values and commitments that our veterans have fought to protect,” Price said.
Newly ratified Bill 199 adds measures to protect sexual assault victims.
According to a press release, high school senior Dylan George sent a text message to a classmate saying there was going to be a school shooting at Cedar Ridge. The classmate’s parents immediately called 911.
The Preiss Company, a student housing real estate investor based in Raleigh, recently acquired the apartments from the previous owner, the New York City-based Clarion Partners.
Instead of running for reelection, CHCCS board member James Barrett is pursuing the office of state superintendent in the upcoming 2020 elections.