CHTC Down To The Wire On Glen Lennox Plan
The Town Council is struggling to resolve final questions about the Glen Lennox plan, one week before a vote on a twenty-year agreement with the devel...
New UNC Night Parking Policy Draws Criticism
A night parking policy for UNC students and employees that will take effect in mid-August has some people at the university questioning its fairness.
Carrboro Board of Aldermen to Vote on $21.3 Million Budget
The Carrboro Board of Aldermen has a busy agenda at its Town Hall meeting Tuesday – and one of items is a resolution to adopt the $21.3 million budg...
Teacher In Abuse Scandal Takes Own Life
A teacher named last week in a decades-old case of abuse at Carolina Friends School has taken his own life.
PPP Poll: NC Residents Approve of UNC, Despite Scandal Allegations
A recent Public Policy Poll shows that most North Carolinians still have a favorable view of UNC-Chapel Hill – and most people aren’t really plugg...
Barber: Moral Monday Rally to Focus on Workers
The North Carolina NAACP and the Forward Together Moral Movement will hold what’s being billed as a Mass Moral Monday at the General Assembly on Jun...
News Around Town
Chapel Hill Teen Inventor Seeks to Patent New Device
Chapel Hill resident and inventor, Chase Lewis, has now patented two of his inventions at the age of 14. These two inventions are the Rescue Travois a...
This Week, Support The Farmer Foodshare Challenge
The "Farmer Foodshare Challenge" is ongoing at 17 farmers' markets in the area.
This Month, Make Homes Safe For Seniors
Chapel Hill's Home Instead Senior Care is offering in-home safety checks for seniors this month.
July 8 Is “Martha’s Day” In Fight Against Domestic Violence
Vimala's in Chapel Hill will host "Martha's Day," organized by Laura Morrison in memory of her late mother.
Pre-K - 12 Education
East Chapel Hill High Graduates Celebrate Achievements, Community Service
Proud family members spent the morning at the Dean Smith Center to cheer on 328 graduates of East Chapel Hill High School on Saturday.
UNC Study: Fathers’ Impact on Child Language
A recent UNC study has found that fathers may have a greater impact on the development of a child’s language than mothers.
‘Juneteenth’ Celebration Preview
“Juneteenth, a Day of Remembrance from Freedom to Empowerment,” is a free event that will take place on Saturday, June 21. The event will be held ...
Judge Strikes Down Dome Legislative Building Rules
A Superior Court judge has struck down parts of new rules for the Legislative Building that were enacted after "Moral Monday" protests continued there...
Council To Quiz Bidders for Old Chapel Hill Library
Chapel Hill Town Council members say they want more information about four bidders vying to purchase the old Chapel Hill Public Library.
Rep. Verla Insko: House Budget is Better Than Senate’s — But I Can’t Support It
Rep. Verla Insko, a Democrat from Orange County District 56, says she could not vote for the House budget, even though she says it’s preferable to w...
‘Chikungunya’ Mosquito Virus Appears in NC
The first known case of the mosquito-borne illness named the “chikungunya” virus, has appeared in North Carolina this past Thursday, according to ...
Pre-K - 12 Education
CHCCS High Schools Graduation Preview
All three of Chapel Hill-Carrboro City’s high schools, East Chapel Hill High School, Chapel Hill High School, and Carrboro High School, will be grad...
Former BoT Chair Stands Behind UNC Administration
“Hopefully, the lessons we’ve learned with let us be an example and voice of change,” Roger Perry says.
OC Commissioners to Raise Taxes by 2 Cents to Pay for Schools
Orange County residents will likely see a two-cent increase in general property tax to help funds schools in the next fiscal year.