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CHAPEL HILL â€“ Members of the Chapel Hill Town Council expressed strong concerns about a student housing development proposed for Homestead Road on Monday, citing issues similar to those raised with another development proposed for the same site two years ago.
CHAPEL HILL â€“ The Chapel Hill Town Council deadlocked 4-4 on Monday on a proposal to ban cell phone use while driving, and the ordinance will come back before the council on March 26.
CARRBORO â€“ Revisiting the hotly contested issue of drawing water from Jordan Lake, the Carrboro Board of Aldermen on Tuesday voted 6-1 to recommend that the Orange Water and Sewer Authority consider changing its proposed drought plans.
Three-and-a-half years after winning approval from the Carrboro Board of Aldermen, developers began work on the 300 East Main project late last week, demolishing the former Performance Bicycle building, the former Websterâ€™s Cleaners building and two abandoned houses.
Almost 100 Carrboro High student members of the Global Health Club ran a campaign this month to raise more than $30,000 to benefit community health and development work in Mali, West Africa.
Carrboro High science teacher Rebecca Hite has been named a finalist in the Albert Einstein Fellowship Program.
A group of property owners has filed a protest petition against CVS’ rezoning application.
The Carrboro Board of Aldermen on Tuesday voted unanimously to approve criteria recommended to the county for siting a library in town.
Following months of rumors about Walmart locating in northern Chatham County, the company submitted a site plan last week.
CHAPEL HILL â€“ In a unanimous decision, the Chapel Hill Town Council on Monday approved Shortbread Lofts, a seven-story, 85-unit apartment building with ground-floor retail planned for 333 W. Rosemary St.
CARRBORO â€“ Would Carrboro residents use Triangle Transit to commute to Durham and Raleigh?
The Community Policing Advisory Committee on Monday informed the council that committee members had voted to reject the recommendation.
CHAPEL HILL â€“ Furthering its consideration of a ban on cell phone use while driving, the Chapel Hill Town Council on Monday voted 7-2 to schedule possible action for March 12.
CARRBORO â€“ Discussion grew heated Tuesday night between members of the Carrboro Board of Aldermen and the Friends of the Carrboro Branch Library as the groups squared off on criteria for siting a library in Carrboro.