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Pedestrians using wheelchairs, scooters and other mobility devices who frequent the Bolin Creek Trail should seek alternative options until September.
“This is not a a decision I want to make,” Jim Causby, the district's interim superintendent, said. “There are two other options that I’d certainly prefer.”
At its July 14 virtual meeting, Chapel Hill's Community Policing Advisory Committee heard two presentations about clinically based policing alternatives and discussed its role in light of a recent Chapel Hill Town Council resolution to work toward racial equity.
North Carolina schools will return to a mix of in-person and remote classes this August, N.C. Gov. Roy Cooper announced in a Tuesday press conference. Cooper also announced that Phase 2 of COVID-19 reopening will be extended through at least Friday, Aug. 7.
This afternoon, the Orange County Board of County Commissioners modified its emergency declaration to limit alcohol and food sales at certain times.
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Protesters gathered in front of the Orange County Courthouse on July 4 and called for racial justice in Hillsborough and beyond. Speakers encouraged residents to vote, and for leaders to address educational and sentencing law disparities.
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One Chapel Hill man was found dead at the scene by Chapel Hill Police and Fire Departments.
Art Pope — a well-known and formidable conservative figure within North Carolina politics — was appointed by the N.C. Senate Thursday evening to the UNC Board of Governors.
Games and Horoscopes for September 14, 2020 courtesy of the Daily Tar Heel staff.
A Chapel Hill Police Officer stands guard at the Chapel Hill protest hosted by Black Congress on Friday, June 15, 2020.
Protestors march past a Police Officer in Chapel Hill on Friday, June 12, 2020 during a protest against police brutality.
Thousands gathered and marched to the State Capitol Building at the NAACP-sponsored "Historic Thousands on Jones Street" (HKonJ) march in downtown Raleigh on Saturday, Feb. 8, 2020.
Protestors walk through downtown Durham with a police vehicle in the street on Monday, June 1, 2020.
The crowd at the 2020 HKonJ march stretched from West Morgan Street to East Hargett Street.
Local leaders, including Damon Seils, a member of the Carrboro Town Council, and Chapel Hill-Carrboro NAACP President Anna Richards, joined U.S. Rep. David Price, D-District 4, at the 2020 HKonJ march.
Thousands gathered and marched to the State Capitol Building at the NAACP-sponsored "Historic Thousands on Jones Street" march in downtown Raleigh on Saturday, Feb. 8, 2020.