OC Commissioners to Vote on New Solid Waste Truck
Orange County Commissioners will review employee benefits and authorize the purchase of a new truck to haul solid waste when the board meets tonight.
September 15, 2014
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Roger Stancil Responds To Allegations Of Financial Mismanagement
"I am proud of the Town of Chapel Hill’s financial management and our consistent and transparent reporting of budget matters."
#WhyIStayed – And How You Can Get Help
The Compass Center For Women and Families offers counseling, support, and help for victims of domestic abuse.
“Not So Normal” Raises Big Money
The "Not So Normal" 5K is raising funds for dozens of local charities.
Alert Carolina: Strong Arm Robbery On Campus
Alert Carolina reports the incident took place at Nash Lot at about 2:25 Sunday morning.
Sunday’s 5K Is “Not So Normal”
The Not So Normal 5K takes place Sunday morning in Carrboro, with an afternoon concert at University Mall.
Tea Cup Gin Makes “Underground Love”
The band is releasing its debut CD in style, with an all-day party Saturday at Southern Rail.
News Around Town
“Legacy Care” Pet Facility Opens In Mebane
Paws4Ever just opened its new "Legacy Care" facility at its location in Mebane.
Pre-K - 12 Education
Save Money, Help Local Teachers
Buy a coupon book, save money, and provide Estes Hills teachers with funds for professional development.
Orange County Moves Closer to New Bus Plan
Orange County is getting closer to devising a plan to expand bus service to central and rural residents over the next five years.
UNC System Reviewing Centers’ And Institutes’ Functionality
The UNC Board of Governors plans to review more than 200 centers and institutes in the UNC system, with the possibility of redirecting state funding e...
OC Commissioners May Go Bigger on Bond Referendum
Orange County Commissioners were briefed on Thursday night about the county’s ability to carry various amounts of debt, as plans to put a big bond p...
UNC Football Incident Heads To Student AG
This week, the Office of Student Affairs ended its probe into the Aug. 4 incident involving the UNC football team.
More Than 400 Disenfranchised By New NC Voting Rules
According to an elections watchdog group, more than 400 voters were disenfranchised in the May primary due to changes in North Carolina’s voting ru...
Three-Day Journey By Formerly-Missing Senior Still Unknown
Little new information has come to light as to how a missing Carol Woods Retirement Community resident went missing for nearly three days.
‘Sanitation 2′ Talk About Pushing On with Lawsuit Against Chapel Hill
Two Chapel Hill men known as the “Sanitation 2” visited WCHL recently with their attorney to explain why they’re continuing to push a lawsuit ag...
News Around Town
Lane Closures Announced for S. Columbia Street
The Orange Water and Sewer Authority will close two northbound lanes of South Columbia Street near the Carolina Inn and Peabody Hall, starting Friday ...
News Around Town
9/11 Memorial Scheduled in Downtown Hillsborough
The terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001 will be remembered at a ceremony hosted by Orange County on Thursday, on the front lawn of the Historic Courth...
Petitioners Question Chapel Hill Town Manager’s Spending
A group of concerned citizens asked the Chapel Hill Town Council this week to hold the Town Manager accountable for recent spending decisions.