The Chapel Hill Town Council could make a decision on a major expansion for The Chapel of the Cross on Monday, possibly opening the door for one of the largest renovations in the churchâ€™s more than 160-year history.
The Chatham County Tax Office has mailed out the 2012 property tax listing notices to all county residents.
As we reflect on the joys of the season, take time out to ponder the specialness of that tree you brought indoors to accompany your family traditions.
As director of the Orange County Department of Social Services, Nancy Coston has a lot of experience working within her means, bringing much-needed services to local families.
A three-judge N.C. Court of Appeals panel last week upheld an Orange County judgeâ€™s decision to allow the parents of former Chapel Hill High School football player Atlas Fraley to sue paramedic James Griffin on claims of negligence regarding their sonâ€™s death.
Stepping down from her post on the Carrboro Board of Aldermen â€“ after 12 years on the job â€“ â€œfeels goodâ€; actually, it â€œfeels greatâ€ to Joal Hall Broun.
Itâ€™s official â€“ Carrboro is one of two finalists in the running to become the setting for Lovetown, USA.
Citing vandalism and safety concerns, CVS representatives announced last week possible plans to install a fence around property on the corner of Weaver and Greensboro streets, proposed for a new CVS development.
Following a decision last week by the Abbey Court Condominiums homeownersâ€™ association to force the Chapel Hill and Carrboro Human Rights Center (HRC) to leave the complex, the HRC is searching for a new home.
Nearly six months after Johnnyâ€™s closed, one of the property owners and two partners are hoping to reopen it, but neighbors are concerned about what form the local store and gathering place might take.
A ban on cell phone use while driving is still a possibility in Chapel Hill.
Citing concerns about enforcement and funding, the Chapel Hill Town Council on Monday again postponed a decision on a proposed food truck ordinance that would allow the trucks within town limits.
Expressing opposition to tactics employed by police in the recent raid on occupiers of the Yates Motor Co building at 419 W. Franklin St., protesters filled Chapel Hill Town Hall on Monday night, spilling out of council chambers and lining the windows surrounding the room.
After months of consideration and calls for the repeal of Carrboroâ€™s anti-lingering ordinance, the Carrboro Board of Aldermen voted unanimously on Tuesday to rescind it.
As a moratorium on residential development in the Northside and Pine Knolls neighborhoods draws to a close, residents and developers sparred at a Chapel Hill Town Council public hearing on Monday over how best to move forward.