LGBT senior citizens gathered to discuss how to organize and meet their community’s needs at the Seymour Center Thursday evening.
Residents can expect higher municipal taxes and expanded library hours as Chapel Hill’s new budget goes into effect.
The records in the Faith Hedgepeth homicide case have once again been sealed. On May 14, Durham County Superior Court Judge Orlando F. Hudson Jr. ordered the records, including all search warrants and 911 calls in the case, to be resealed.
After a ruling last week by the North Carolina Court of Appeals, two fired Chapel Hill sanitation workers are now able to take a major step forward with a lawsuit against their former employer.