Have you considered how much of your personal life is stored online? From social media profiles to banking information, we entrust a lot to the digital world. But with the constant accumulation of digital files, one UNC expert says it’s time to start taking digital security seriously to ensure you have easy access to your important information.Read More
On March 23, Carrboro Town Manager Richard J. White III announced Marie Parker as the town’s newest Assistant Town Manager.Read More
At the March 22 Chapel Hill Town Council Meeting, council members unanimously approved the motion to allow Dunkin’ to establish a drive-thru window at their location.Read More
Facing a bus driver shortage, the Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools Board of Education recently brainstormed solutions to get students to school on time. One possibility was moving elementary school start times forward. But some parents were opposed to this change, and the school board decided against it.Read More
The Bolin Creek Greenway has been a project more than 14 years in the making. The town ultimately aims to extend the trail to create a safe and convenient path for pedestrians and bikers.Read More
The housing market in the Triangle area is extremely competitive, and it can be hard to find an affordable home whether you’re looking in Chapel Hill, Durham or Raleigh. One organization aims to help people who are searching.Read More
Do you remember the time before social media? For children and young adults, social media is a significant part of their lives — and we’re still learning how it’s affecting them.
A study conducted by UNC researchers found a habitual checking of social media can impact brain development in adolescents.Read More
UNC Health is interested in expanding their buildings on 100-800 Eastowne Drive.
The group is proposing the creation of 8 to 10 medical office buildings on the site over the period of several years.
The primary use for the development is outpatient health care and associated functions, as well as space for research and site-specific retail.Read More
In its first meeting of the year, the Orange County Schools Board of Education discussed results from a survey that aimed to better understand issues facing parents and students.Read More
20,727 new coronavirus cases were reported in North Carolina last week, compared to 23,322 the previous week. UNC infectious disease specialist Dr. David Wohl said the latest Covid surge is placing stress on hospital systems, clinics and workplaces.Read More