Valerie Foushee Sworn In As NC Dist. 23 Senator
Valerie Foushee was sworn in to Senate District 23 representing Chatham and Orange counties Wednesday afternoon in the Chatham County Judicial Buildin...
News Around Town
Hall of Fame Gala; Master Aging Plan; Fabric Art Workshop
The Chapel Hill-Carrboro Chamber of Commerce is hosting a press conference announcing twelve individuals as members of the inaugural class of the Chap...
FDA Funds Two Tobacco Centers At UNC
The Food and Drug Administration is funding 14 tobacco centers of regulatory science, and out of the 40 universities that applied, UNC was the only sc...
CHPL Commemorates Banned Books Week With Trading Cards
Chapel Hill Public Library celebrates Banned Books Week by asking local artists to make trading cards inspired by banned writers.
News Around Town
Stormwater Newsletter; OWASA Pump Testing; LUMO Update
Flood season is not over yet, and The Town of Chapel Hill wants you to be prepared.
Foushee To Be Sworn In Wednesday
Judge Beverly Scarlett will swear in Valerie Foushee to the North Carolina Senate District 23 seat at 2:00 p.m. at the Chatham Courthouse.
Central West Makes Progress, Many Still Skeptical
“It is time for us to make decisions..."
DOT To Raise Speed Limit On Three Triangle Highways
WAKE COUNTY – Your commute may soon be faster when traveling on three Triangle highways. The state Department of Transportation says that the s...
Police Investigating Residential Shooting In Chapel Hill
Chapel Hill Police responded to gunshots in the 4300 block of Pope Road near Clark Lake Tuesday morning.
Gunman Near NCCU Shot, Killed By Police
A man with a gun near NCCU’s campus Monday night prompted a lockdown and ended with police shooting and killing the gunman.
Nelson To Focus On Education If Appointed To House
“Teacher salaries in North Carolina have dropped faster than in any other state,” Nelson says.
Police And Fire Officials Seek To Silence False Alarms
Chapel Hill fire and police officials say false alarms cost the town thousands of dollars each year, and they want homeowners and businesses to chip i...
Seminar Aims To Help Businesses In Flood Recovery Efforts
“For recovery, we were able to get people connected with the right resources.."
Rep: Dillard’s Will Remain Clearance Store In “Immediate Future”
The store will remain in “full clearance mode” and that a timeline has not been set for any further changes.
Second Cycling Victim Of Hit-And-Run Dies
The cyclist placed in the ICU after a late-night hit-and-run Thursday has died, according to the News and Observer.
Comm. Pelissier Intends To “Step Up” To N.C. House
One of your Orange County Commissioners says it’s time to ‘Step Up or Give Up’, and she wants to step up to the North Carolina House of Represen...
One Week To Go Until Government Shutdown Deadline
With a week left to reach a deal needed to avoid a government shutdown, some lawmakers seem resigned - if not rushing - to that end.
CHTC To Discuss Neighborhood Development Regulations Monday
The Chapel Hill Town Council will consider how to regulate new development in existing neighborhoods when the council meets Monday.
Pre-K - 12 Education
Board of Education Reviews Renovations For Old Schools
Chapel Hill-Carrboro City School’s Board of Education presented summarized findings on the ten oldest schools in the district on Thursday.
OC Board Of Elections Director Lays Out Voting Changes
Orange County’s Board of Elections Director says a slew of changes to state voting laws will have a big impact on local elections starting next year...