Application Period Opens for Firearms Safety Committee
The window for applications to participate in the Orange County Firearms Safety Committee has opened. The Orange County Board of Commissioners voted t...
Kick Off Early Voting At Chapel Of The Cross
Early voting begins Thursday, March 3. UNC students and administrators are hosting a kickoff event at Chapel of the Cross.
East Rosemary Street Closed for Water Line Sewer Line Work
East Rosemary Street between Henderson Street and Pickard Lane will be closed to vehicular traffic from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on March 3 and 4 and ...
2016 Election: BOCC District 1 Candidates Square Off
Election 2016 is upon us! Wednesday, WCHL hosted all four candidates for District 1 of the Board of County Commissioners.
Chatham County Collision Injures Two State Troopers
Derek Bowden Jr. has been charged with reckless driving, failure to move over causing injury and failure to reduce speed after he was involved in an ...
Board Of Commissioners Create Firearms Safety Committee
After unanimously striking down a proposed gun regulation in February, the Orange County Board of Commissioners created a Firearms Safety Committee to...
Carrboro Alderman Approve Affordable Housing Request
The Carrboro Board of Alderman approved several affordable housing requests on Tuesday night, most notably, a request of $40,000 for the Self Help lan...
Endorsements Roll in Ahead of Primary
Early voting starts on Thursday across North Carolina for the 2016 primary election and endorsements are coming in fast and furious as voters prepare ...
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Cates Creek Park Officially Open; Roadway Opening Delayed
Cates Creek Park in Hillsborough is now open for use by the public. The town officially opened the park in the Waterstone development on Tuesday. You ...
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“Through Women’s Eyes, By Women’s Hands”
Coming this Friday, the Compass Center for Women and Families' biggest annual fundraiser.
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Local Advocate, “Redefining Disabled,” Hosts OC Community Read
This year's Community Read will focus on the experience of living with disability.
Town Talks Ephesus-Fordham Changes
Before putting the issue in front of the Chapel Hill Town Council, the town held an informational meeting about possible changes to the form-based cod...
Spellings: My Responsibility is to Serve Needs of Every Student and Tax Payer
Tuesday was a busy day in higher education across North Carolina. It was Margaret Spellings’ first day as President of the UNC System after a pr...
Protest Held on Margaret Spellings’ First Day as UNC System President
Hundreds of students and faculty members at UNC gathered on Tuesday to protest the newly-minted UNC System President, Margaret Spellings. It didn’t ...
UNC Faculty Chair: We Need to Work Together for the Good of the UNC System
Tensions around the UNC System were brought to a fever pitch Tuesday with protests taking place on campuses across the state to correspond with the fi...
NAACP Calls For Transparent Investigation Into Raleigh Shooting
NAACP leaders called for a “speedy” and “transparent” investigation after a Raleigh Police Officer shot and killed a man on Monday. According ...
Gas Leak Closes Lane on West Franklin St
Chapel Hill Fire crews have contained a natural gas leak near the Carolina Square construction site. One of the eastbound lanes of West Franklin Stre...
Meet Orange County Commissioner At-Large Candidates
Three candidates are running for the at-large seat on the Orange County Board of Commissioners. The seat that is up for election will be decided betwe...
Raleigh Police Officer Shoots and Kills Man
A Raleigh Police Officer shot and killed a man shortly after noon on Monday. Raleigh Police Chief Cassandra Deck-Brown confirmed the death in a press...
OWASA Plans $6 Million Upgrade to Water Meters
The Orange Water and Sewage Authority is considering a $6 million update to their water meters. An Advance Metering Infrastructure system would involv...