The 16th annual Walk for Education, organized by the Chapel Hill-Carrboro Public School Foundation, will be held on Oct. 13.
UNC School of Education faculty and graduate students evaluated the Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools Blue Ribbon Mentor-Advocate (BRMA) program and recently released a report saying the program has positive effects on students involved.
Carrboro High School graduate James Smith has been named a Bonner Leader at UNC.
As you might imagine, this question has been on my mind a great deal lately.
The jurisdictional issues are killing us.
The Chapel Hill Town Council recently heard extensive public comment regarding the bus advertisements sponsored by the Church of Reconciliation.
Iâ€™d like to send out my personal thanks to all who contributed to Carrboroâ€™s always-special day â€“ especially the rain gods who allowed us a glorious one-day window without rain.
The Republican candidates in our current election drama have emphasized their stalwart stance on religious and moral issues.
Our efforts to find a successor to take on this newspaper have not borne fruit, so this will be the last issue of The Carrboro Citizen.
Having received both complaints about and statements of support for Johnnyâ€™s, the Carrboro Board of Aldermen on Tuesday voted unanimously to look into using mediation to resolve the ongoing conflict between some neighbors of the property and the business.
After months of lengthy discussion, the Orange County Board of Commissioners adopted both the Transit Interlocal Implementation Agreement and the Orange County Bus and Rail Investment Plan at its meeting Tuesday night.
â€œAs classes get under way, public school students across America will form religious clubs, pray together in their free time, distribute religious literature to classmates, share their religious convictions in class discussions and in many other ways belie the myth of the â€˜godless public schools,â€™â€ Charles Haynes recently wrote.
The UNC Bingham Facility has been the subject of concern and criticism from advocacy organization Preserve Rural Orange and surrounding neighbors for a number of years, and the universityâ€™s recent property acquisition around the facility has only added to the organizationâ€™s discontent.
Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schoolâ€™s 11th elementary school will open its doors in fall 2013; thus far, the school board has established a redistricting process for its newest students and named Cheryl Carnahan as principal.
Chapel Hill Transit will reroute the NU on Sunday along West Rosemary Street to provide service to Festifall.