Thank you for a thorough and accurate reporting of the discussion of the new 2020 comprehensive plan.
Earlier this year, Brian Bock ventured to untangle the â€œOccupation Problemâ€ by converting its adherents to become constructive Tea Baggers.
The president announced a shift in immigration enforcement the other day, leading to outcry among his opponents.
There is a Catch 22 hanging out in our community, and we need to solve it together.
Piedmont creeks need our help. Rainwater is running off roads, roofs and lawns and flowing too quickly into our creeks.
Watch out, Carrboro; Chapel Hillâ€™s new comprehensive plan cannot help but have a major impact on your future too.
The morning of May 9, 2012, I woke up less of a person in the eyes of my home state.
Nice to see the Inter-Faith Councilâ€™s Good Neighbor plan clear the council. Took a while and we learned a lot.
Hereâ€™s a test for us churchgoers.
On June 19 the developers of Claremont South subdivision, Parker Louis LLC, are going to ask the Carrboro Board of Aldermen to expedite the process of obtaining a conditional-use permit.
One of the more infuriating characteristics of modern bureaucracies is the tendency to double down on failures even when confronted with a clear reality that something is not working.
On May 8, North Carolina reached a historic but sadly familiar milestone with the passage of Amendment One.
Let me assure you that you are not alone if some of what you might have heard transpired has left you scratching your head.
Why not community school based dual language instruction?
With your support and your vote, we won the Democratic Primary and we are one step closer to my election as a District 2 representative on the Orange County Board of Commissioners.