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.
I watched with great interest the presentation by East West Partners on the latest concept plan for Obey Creek.
The Orange County Board of Commissioners recently placed a referendum on the November ballot for a half-cent sales tax to support public transit.
Romneyâ€™s remarks about the â€œentitledâ€ 47 percent were made at a fundraiser where the entry fee, at $50,000 a plate, was very nearly equal to the median household income in this country.
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.
I was a doubter when Holden Thorp was first appointed to be the UNC chancellor, but he has turned out to be the best thing to happen to South Building in decades.
The following are statements from local community leaders regarding UNC Chancellor Holden Thorpâ€™s announcement that he will retire in June 2013.