Editor’s Note: Longtime UNC System President William Friday passed away in his sleep early today (Friday). This story originally ran on June 4, 2009.
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.
The Carrboro Board of Aldermen on Tuesday voted unanimously to rezone three parcels of land at the intersection of Alabama Avenue and Jones Ferry Road.
The Chapel Hill Town Council on Monday voted 5-4 to approve the Charterwood project.
The Carrboro BoA voted unanimously to share costs for both the community center and the installation of sewer service for the Rogers Road neighborhood.
A decision on Charterwood has still not been made, and the Chapel Hill Town Council is set to take a third vote on the project.
Residents both in support of and against the controversial bus adsâ€™ removal packed the Chapel Hill Town Council meeting last week.
Nearly a week after the murder of 19-year-old UNC student Faith Danielle Hedgepeth, police have yet to announce a cause of death.
The Carrboro Board of Aldermen on Tuesday voted unanimously to ask Triangle Transit to extend service with a stop in downtown Carrboro.
The Carrboro Board of Aldermen took on an issue that is preventing some local homeowners from refinancing their mortgages or selling their homes.
A little more than a week after their removal, a group of controversial ads is back up on Chapel Hill Transit buses.
Earlier this month, a judge struck down Chapel Hillâ€™s towing and cell phone ordinances, but the town council is standing behind both laws and will appeal the rulings.
Heading out Hillsborough Road near McDougle School earlier this month, you may have noticed an odd structure but almost as soon as the dome appeared, it was gone.
Officials say certain provisions of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act can enhance the quality of life for all people in Orange County.
Members of the McDougle School community will head back to class, but a familiar face wonâ€™t be there to greet them on their way to school.