Looking to increase voter participation, the Orange County Board of Elections has created a new UNC precinct, amalgamating several low-turnout precincts to alleviate confusion among on-campus voters.
It’s primary season once again, and the presidential race isn’t the only high-stakes election to watch this year. This year North Carolina voters will also elect a governor, Council of State, U.S. Senator, U.S. congressional representatives, judges and new General Assembly members.
This policy discussion follows a lawsuit filed against CHCCS in May that accused the school district of failing to prevent sexual abuse within schools.
The Orange County Community Remembrance Coalition held ceremonies Saturday to honor the memory of 18-year-old Manly McCauley.
After years of what they deem as unreasonable salaries, teachers are starting to speak out, especially after Gov. Roy Cooper vetoed a bill to raise average salaries for educators in North Carolina.
Five candidates vying for a position on the CHCCS Board of Education promote addressing systematic racism, mental health and improving communication at a forum.
The ArtsCenter has agreed to pay their portion of design costs to withdraw from a large construction project on Greensboro Street in order to invest in a standalone facility off Jones Ferry Road.
As of Oct. 3, the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (NCDHHS) has reported 42 cases of vaping-related lung injuries in people between 16 and 72 years old.
The decision fulfills the thrift shop’s recent agreement with the National PTA to drop 'PTA' from its name by the end of the year.