Suzannah Claire Perry
“He’s not a hero for some of the community, he’s not my hero because I’m an African-American, he’s not the hero of women because he heralded women’s rights, he’s not the hero of the immigrant because he fought for their rights,” Richards said. “He’s not the hero of soldiers or those who would do war because he fought for peace. He is the hero of all of us.”
“One of the key parts of his message is that we are called to be our brothers' and sisters’ keepers — that we have an obligation in our short time here on earth to serve each other and to be mindful of what it means to look after our neighbors,” Cunningham said.
“All of the trends — income trends, demographic trends, trends of developing housing — are all working against us,” Dowling said. “It’s really hard to create affordable housing, it’s much harder today than it was 20 years ago.”
Chapel Hill has scored its highest score ever in the LGBTQ+ Equality Index, but due to limitations from HB2, it cannot meet all the needs it wants to.
An organization run by local students, "Driving is Exhausting," is urging parents to reduce emissions by turning off their engines in the carpool line.
Local leaders are debating whether the negative environmental and traffic consequences that will arise from the N.C. 54 expansion project are worth the benefits. The widening project intends on reducing traffic in Orange County.
A fundraiser has been set up to support a Scroggs Elementary School student who lost his mother and middle-school aged sister in an Oct. 21 car accident.
“Family history surrounds me on Cottage Lane — a street I have known all my life,” Swan said in a press release. “We are proud of the lineage of our recipes; our homestead; the quality of the ingredients used in our products and the bold flavors we continue to preserve."
Regardless of this election’s outcome, Mayor Lydia Lavelle is hopeful for her town. “I’m pleased with the field of alder-folk candidates," Lavelle said. "I think whatever three are elected are going to do good work.”
Orange County landowners, like John and Judith Guibert, may have been paying taxes on land not owned by them due to an error in established property boundaries.