For years, local advocates for day laborers have envisioned a center where workers could gather, in a safe and supportive setting, to find employment.
Chapel Hill officials are hoping to schedule a special meeting to craft a towing ordinance that would comply with the judgeâ€™s order.
When the Chapel Hill Public Library moved into its temporary location at University Mall last fall, an unwelcome follower made the move too.
300 East Main is back on track and staying on schedule, with completion of the projectâ€™s first phase slated for May.
David Iberkleid believes in the power of information â€“ so much so that he helps bring all sorts of information to 72,000 Spanish-speaking people every day.
A strong storm swept through Orange County on Tuesday afternoon, downing trees and knocking out power for homes across the county.
The Carrboro Board of Adjustment in June voted to deny a variance needed for a Family Dollar store proposed for a one-acre parcel.
A familiar piece of the Carrboro skyline was endangered last Thursday when lightning struck a large willow oak on the Weaver Street lawn.
A vast number of uninsured Americans should obtain health coverage, one way or another, by 2014.
The sewer issues related to the 100 block of East Main Street have been resolved with grant funding secured by Carrboro officials.
Orange Countyâ€™s elected delegation painted a bleak picture at the Chapel Hill-Carrboro Chamber of Commerceâ€™s annual State Legislative Briefing.
Developers of a CVS project proposed for the corner of North Greensboro and Weaver streets have returned with three revised plans.
Charterwood won a majority of approval votes by the Chapel Hill Town Council.
The Chapel Hill Town Council voted unanimously on Monday to approve the Chapel Hill 2020 comprehensive plan.
The Chapel Hill Town Council voted unanimously on Monday to approve the townâ€™s 2012-13 budget, with no property-tax increase.