By Taylor Sisk
Iâ€™m bucking journalistic convention here. Iâ€™m insinuating myself into the narrative. Iâ€™m using the first-person singular. Daphne Athas inspired me.
While declining to pursue the 2.79-acre property at 210 Hillsborough Road, the commissioners reaffirmed their commitment to finding a site for a library branch in the southwest area of the county.
A rumble was afoot at 1:52 p.m., with Carrborites reporting a rush of wind, rattling glass and slightly queasy stomachs, but no aftereffects.
Kerry Bigelow, one of two fired Town of Chapel Hill Public Works employees, now known as the â€œSanitation Two,â€ has filed a suit against the town.
Cuts made to the recently passed state budget to close a nearly $2.5 billion shortfall will take a toll on Orange County residents.
Over the next few months, the Orange County managerâ€™s office will conduct a campaign to educate voters on a proposed additional quarter-cent sales tax.
The U.S. Department of Justice has told the state of North Carolina that its failure to make community-based accommodation for people living with mental illness is in violation of the Americans with Disabilities Act.
The Preservation Society of Chapel Hill has entered into the next stage of its efforts to restore the historic Strayhorn House, located at 109 Jones Ferry Road.
Results of state testing released last week reveal that students in CHCC Schools showed general improvement this past year, but that with rising federal standards, much improvement is required to meet expectations.
The deadline to file to run in the November election passed on Friday, with four additional candidates throwing their hats in the ring.
All members of Chatham Countyâ€™s voluntary human relations commission resigned in protest Monday night.
Four more candidates have filed to fill five seats on the seven-member Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools Board of Education.
Carrboro Creative Coworking will close its doors at the end of September, founder and owner Brian Russell announced on Tuesday.
Incumbents Jamezetta Bedford and Mia Burroughs and challenger James Barrett have announced their intentions to run for the CHCCS Board of Education.
In a double shot of adrenaline for The ArtsCenter, Jay Miller has been named interim director, and on Tuesday Miller announced that the center has received verbal confirmation of a $100,000 grant …