Mayor Lydia Lavelle discusses road improvements, the (successful) search for a missing woman, and an important upcoming Supreme Court case.
Mayor Pam Hemminger provides an update on Food For The Summer, transit discussions, local stands against gun violence, and more.
Commissioner Penny Rich and Aaron Keck focus (mostly) on good news – celebrating Habitat for Humanity, a cool back-to-school party, and more. (Also the discovery of a hitherto-unknown underground stream beneath a construction project. Whether that’s ‘good news’ is up to you.)
Mayor Tom Stevens discusses Saturday’s rally against white supremacy; the town board considers Churton Street widening; a new mural celebrates Billy Strayhorn.
Mayor Lydia Lavelle discusses work on a new roundabout at the Estes/Greensboro intersection – and a letter she’s cosigned calling for the US Senate to take action on gun violence.
Chapel Hill Town Manager Maurice Jones joins Aaron as he closes in on his first anniversary of taking over the job.
County Commissioner Penny Rich is excited about new economic development prospects – but also sober about the need to protect public safety in the wake of recent mass shootings.
Mayor Tom Stevens discusses recent pro- and anti-Confederate demonstrations in Hillsborough – which have led to a side conflict involving one popular downtown business.
Chapel Hill economic development director Dwight Bassett fills in for Mayor Hemminger – and he and Aaron take a whirlwind tour around town.
Mayor Tom Stevens responds to a group of Confederate flag-wavers who showed up downtown over the weekend.