Orange County Emergency Services director Frank Montes de Oca has announced he will retire in January 2013.
The Chapel Hill PD is seeking anyone who can help identify three male suspects who were caught on surveillance film breaking into Pulse Nightclub on Sept. 3.
Mark Bayles, the assistant director of the Chapel Hill Public Library, has been appointed interim director.
On Sept. 7, OWASA personnel responded to a spill of untreated wastewater from a damaged sewer near Ridgefield Apartments at Bolin Creek.
This week we respond to questions about diabetes and gout.
Illustration by Phil Blank
Citizen reader Don Pendergraft sends in this delightful image from 1955, titled â€œWelcome to Elmerâ€™s.â€
After I read about Ann Romneyâ€™s speech at the Republican convention, it struck me that she and I have a lot in common.
North Carolina is repeating its role as a presidential battleground this election cycle, and again itâ€™s clear that for many this is still unfamiliar territory.
Once upon a time, four years and three months ago, a homeless and utterly hopeless alcoholic stepped through the doors of the Freedom House detox in Chapel Hill.
The GOP has fallen into a hodge-podge shortening of the English language in its use of that snappy conjunctive â€“ R&R â€“ made politically distinctive via Romney and Ryan.
My name is Raymond Michael Edward, and I am from India.
Earlier this week, Piedmont Health launched a voter-registration and Get Out the Vote (GOTV) drive.Â
The A.D. Clark outdoor pool will commemorate the end of swimming season with its annual Dog Swim this Sunday.
The Good Neighbor Block Party will be held at the Hargraves Community Center on Sept. 13.