The Chapel Hill-Carrboro YMCA swimming team recently won first place in the Upper Southeast Regional YMCA championship.
Mama Dip honored as outstanding employer
Mama Dip was recognized as an outstanding employer for her work with the JobLink Center to employ and provide opportunities for JobLink customers.
On Saturday, the Eno River Farmers Market will hold Tomato Fest.
Communities in Schools of North Carolina (CISNC) is working with Chatham County Together! and Walmart to collect school supplies.
Staples gives $15,000 to schools
Chapel Hill-Carrboro Public School Foundation announced that it has received a $15,000 grant from Staples Foundation.
Mental health volunteers
Chatham Countyâ€™s commissioners will appoint three people to a mental health advisory board that will serve Chatham, Orange and Person counties.Â
Public water quality testing event
On July 28, the Haw River Watch Project will hold a water-quality testing event at the Haw River in Saxapahaw.
Free showing of The Dark Night
Tonight (Thursday), the Locally Grown Rooftop Movies and Music series will continue with a free showing of The Dark Knight.
National Night Out
Neighborhoods throughout Chapel Hill are invited to join forces with thousands of communities nationwide.
Emerging Artists Program
The Orange County information session for the Emerging Artists Program will be held on Aug. 1 at 6 p.m. in the OWASA Community Room in Carrboro.
Tick prevention event
The Chatham County Public Health Department will host a tick-borne disease community education event on Monday.
Chatham seeks transportation committee members
Chatham County is in need of volunteers to serve on the Transportation Advisory Committee.
Muppets at Locally Grown tonight
The Locally Grown Rooftop Movies and Music series continues tonight (Thursday) with a free showing of The Muppets.
Low-cost rabies vaccinations
The Orange County Animal Services Center will hold a low-cost rabies vaccination clinic on July 19 from 1 to 4 p.m.
Strowd Roses awards grants
The Strowd Roses Foundation made grants to local organizations in June.