Jim Wells is back in private practice now in Chapel Hill, but until just recently he served as attending psychiatrist for Female Continuing Care at Dorothea Dix Hospital.
In a decision on a case it heard in March involving a Chapel Hill middle-schooler, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled last Thursday that age should be a factor in determining if itâ€™s necessary to read suspects their Miranda rights.
The Chatham County BOC votes to rescind a resolution adopted by the previous board that opposed participation in the ICE program.
A change has been proposed to that legislation that has won the approval of an influential statewide organization.
Itâ€™s not that Jay Miller doesnâ€™t like the government, or the tax dollars it sometimes returns to his community.
The occasional derisive grunt and a word or two of protest here and there from the gallery notwithstanding, Chatham County residents and a few of their neighbors addressed immigration issues in generally calm and respectful tones Monday night.
The state Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) will hold a public meeting on April 28.
The state Department of Environment and Natural Resources is investigating effects on homes and businesses near Main and Weaver streets of a chemical apparently dumped by a now-defunct dry-cleaning business.
The UNC Center for Excellence in Community Mental Health and XDS Inc., a nonprofit agency serving adults with severe and persistent mental illnesses in Orange and four surrounding counties, announced Tuesday that they are merging operations.
â€œYou have the right to remain silent. Anything you say can and will be used against you â€¦â€
A young man who five years ago was in the seventh grade at Smith Middle School in Chapel Hill is the catalyst for a case argued Wednesday before the U.S. Supreme Court that could have deep implications for juvenile justice.
â€œWhen they realize youâ€™re not going away, thatâ€™s the part I like the most.â€
By Taylor Sisk Staff Writer CHAPEL HILL â€“ The Town of Chapel Hillâ€™s Personnel Appeals Committee has recommended against rehiring the Sanitation Two. Kerry Bigelow and Clyde Clark, dismissed from the townâ€™s Public Works Department in October for alleged insubordination and intimidating behavior toward supervisors and residents, had appealed their firings to the committee comprised…
According to the attorney for two Chapel Hill Public Works employees fired for alleged insubordination and intimidating behavior, the town failed to follow its own grievance procedure …
Kerry Bigelow appealed his termination before the townâ€™s Personnel Appeals Committee last Thursday night.