CHAPEL HILL â€“ A new plan is in the works for a seven-story student-housing development at 602 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., the current site of Central Park Apartments.
Reversing a previous decision, CVS Caremark officials last week boarded up and installed chain-link fences around properties it owns that are proposed for a future CVS development.
The Chapel Hill Town Council voted 8-1 on Monday to approve regulations that make it illegal to camp overnight at Peace and Justice Plaza and other public spaces.
Responding to concerns about predatory towing practices, the Chapel Hill Town Council on Monday voted to approve changes to the townâ€™s towing ordinance that will tighten regulations.
Following the Saturday afternoon occupation of the building at 201 N. Greensboro St., members of a group identifying themselves as â€œCarrboro Communeâ€ are planning another demonstration at the property.
Representatives of the N.C. Department of Transportation on Tuesday said they would take another look at a hotly contested traffic pattern in the Smith Level Road project.
Opting not to pursue an independent investigation of the Nov. 13 raid of the former Yates Motor Co. building, the Chapel Hill Town Council on Monday voted 7-1 to have town staff collect information from those with first-hand knowledge of the events via an input website.
CHAPEL HILL â€“ Clearing the way for food trucks in Chapel Hill, the Town Council voted unanimously on Monday to approve a fee schedule for an ordinance that will allow the trucks within town limits.
As the 2013 closure of the Orange County Landfill nears, a number of ideas are floating around as to how the county should proceed on solid waste management, but one thing remains clear: There is no simple solution.
the Carrboro Board of Aldermen on Tuesday voted 4-3 to approve the rezoning of property planned for the project near the intersection of North Greensboro and Shelton streets.
Chapel Hill Town Council voted unanimously on Monday to refer a petition requesting the investigator to staff
Following up on a decision last week to seek an outside investigator to report on incidents surrounding the Nov. 13 raid of the former Yates Motor Co building, the Chapel Hill Community Policing Advisory Committee on Tuesday formalized that request.
Following a protest by some 40 residents against the findings of Town Manager Roger Stancilâ€™s report on the incidents surrounding the Nov. 13 raid of the former Yates Motor Co building, the Chapel Hill Town Council voted not to consider a measure proposing an independent review of the events, instead calling for a review by the townâ€™s appointed Community Policing Advisory Committee (CPAC).
In a move that could shift the changing face of the Northside and Pine Knolls neighborhoods, the Chapel Hill Town Council on Monday voted unanimously to approve regulations intended to limit investor-owned properties in the Neighborhood Conservation Districts.
Taking another small step toward a southwest library for Carrboro, the Carrboro Board of Aldermen on Tuesday discussed criteria theyâ€™d like to consider in siting a library in town, noting accessibility via public transit, walkability and bikeability as top priorities.