To celebrate Adopt a Shelter Dog Month, Orange County Animal Services has reduced the adoption fee for select dogs to $60 through October.
The Tar Heel Express will provide shuttle service on Saturday for the UNC football game against Idaho.
The Carrboro Recreation & Parks Department will offer a â€œMusic on the Streetsâ€ program Sept. 24-28.
The Carrboro Police Department will hold a Drug Take Back on Sept. 27 from 3 to 7 p.m. at the Carrboro Town Commons.
Orange Countyâ€™s Animal Services Department will offer two discount rabies vaccination clinics in honor of World Rabies Day.
Volunteers are needed to monitor recycling at the Carrboro Music Festival and Chapel Hillâ€™s Festifall.
UNCâ€™s Eshelman School of Pharmacy will offer free cholesterol and blood pressure screening on Sept. 20, 26 and 27 from 5 to 8 p.m.
University United Methodist Church will offer a seven-week grief and loss support group beginning Sept. 30.
This week we respond to questions about anemia and vitamins.
Chapel Hillâ€™s pioneering woman photographer, Bayard Wootten, took to the air to make this stunning birdâ€™s-eye view of the campus in 1939.
When Carrboro resident Holden Thorp took his family and moved to the big city to become chancellor of our university back in 2008, we all cheered.
So Mitt Romney and his multi-millionaire donors think my husband and I are freeloaders, according to a video thatâ€™s been circulating recently.
Holden Thorp led off the emergency meeting of UNCâ€™s Faculty Council, telling those assembled that he appreciated their effort to convince him to stay.
Iâ€™m not a Democrat, Iâ€™m not a Republican; an Independent I am, and Iâ€™ve made my decision.
Iâ€™ve never met Robert Dickson or his daughter Susan, the publisher and editor of The Carrboro Citizen.