The ArtsCenter has chosen Art Menius as its new executive director, board of directors chair Betsy James announced on Monday.
Shawna Williamson, now 19, still gets that antsy feeling about change.
With the filing deadline having passed at noon yesterday, four candidates will be vying for three seats on the Orange County Schools Board of Education.
Three more candidates filed this week to run for four seats on the Orange County Board of Commissioners in the May 8 primaries.
Orange County Commissioner Valerie Foushee has announced she will run as a Democratic candidate for the N.C. House of Representatives District 50 seat in the May 8 primary.
To be diagnosed with a severe and persistent mental illness is, quite often, to be labeled an â€œother.â€
Itâ€™s 4:30 a.m., and a pack of eight visitors, led by Brady, a UNC graduate and soon-to-be medical student, and Emily Clark, a social worker, has arrived at a campsite unannounced.
The UNC Outreach and Support Intervention Services program is the only one of its kind in the Southeast and among only a few such programs in the country.
â€œMy heart and brain are in concert,â€ David Binanay says.
But there was a time, not so long ago, when Binanay felt as if cleaved to his core. Such is the nature of his illness.
In the aftermath of an incident in which a group of some 70 people occupied the former Yates Motor Co building at 419 W. Franklin St., questions have been raised about these individualsâ€™ connection with the Occupy Wall Street movement, and a broader dialogue has ensued about the aims of those in this community who identify with the movement.
Check out the 1966 Yackety Yack and see if you can identify the progressives.
Kerry Bigelow and Clyde Clark, the Town of Chapel Hill Public Works employees fired last October for alleged insubordination and dereliction of duties, have filed a civil summons with Orange County Superior Court against the town and Town Manager Roger Stancil.
At OCSC, of a Friday, on this you can rely: Jamie in the early evening, Lee on the late shift and $1.50 Pabst Blue Ribbon till the quittinâ€™-time whistle blows.
A foreclosure date for the Greenbridge development has again been moved.
These are especially trying days for North Carolinians living with mental illness â€“ particularly those without the means to pay for much-needed services â€“ and for those who provide these services.