Carrboro Police To Citizens; Orangetheory Fitness; Hillsborough Tractor Supply

By Aaron Keck Posted July 17, 2014 at 2:20 pm

The Carrboro Police Department has launched a new online service that lets you see incident reports, arrest reports, and traffic crash reports.

It’s called “Police to Citizen,” or P2C. Chapel Hill Police have a P2C program in place as well.

To see it for yourself, head online and visit P2C.TownOfCarrboro.org.


A new fitness program called “Orangetheory Fitness” is coming to Meadowmont this fall as part of a nationwide expansion.

“Orangetheory Fitness” is a “group interval fitness concept” that focuses on interval training and short bursts of exercise; advocates say that focus enables the body to keep burning calories for up to 36 hours after the workout.

The program opened its first North Carolina location in Morrisville earlier this year; the Meadowmont location will be the Triangle’s second. Visit OrangeTheoryFitness.com to learn more.


Hillsborough mayor Tom Stevens will be on hand Saturday, July 26, to cut the ribbon on Hillsborough’s new Tractor Supply Company store on NC-86.

The store actually opens on Saturday, July 19, but the grand opening celebration on the 26th. It’s the 64th Tractor Supply store in North Carolina, employing 15 people.

The store is located at 1701 NC-86 South, just north of the I-85 bridge. The ceremony will begin at 9:00 a.m. on the 26th.

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