Carrboro leaders approved a plan to open Weaver Street to pedestrians this summer, but some business owners are worried it will impact their bottom line.
Beswick earned his law degree at UNC and served briefly in local politics before starting his legal career.
As local leaders ponder solid waste solutions, some are asking “Is pay-to-throw the way to go?”
The Town of Carrboro is asking for public input about whether drive-thoughs should be allowed at future pharmacies.
egardless of the outcome in a Wake County courtroom today, three Carrboro Aldermen that were arrested at a June 3 Moral Monday protest at the State Capitol say they’ll continue to push back against what Alderman Sammy Slade calls “extreme measures” of the North Carolina General Assembly.Read More
Carrboro Aldermen voted unanimously Tuesday to schedule a special session on December 10 to decide how to fill the upcoming vacancy on the board.Read More