County Commissioner Penny Rich discusses providing computers (and broadband) to students as K-12 schools go partly online for the fall.
Mayor Jenn Weaver reacts to Gov. Cooper’s announcement on K-12 schools and the extension of Phase 2 – and discusses why her family’s chosen online learning.
Carrboro Police Chief Walter Horton discusses the CPD’s Covid-19 response and the ongoing conversation about race and policing.
Mayor Pam Hemminger discusses a new county order on restaurants, help for expanding outdoor dining on Franklin Street, and UNC’s plans to reopen safely.
County Commissioner Penny Rich discusses this week’s community “listening session” on racial justice – as well as the latest in the Covid-19 fight.
Carrboro Mayor Pro Tem Barbara Foushee discusses July 4 plans, the fight against Covid-19, and the latest in the local antiracism movement.
Filling in for Mayor Hemminger, Chapel Hill Housing and Community director Loryn Clark discusses affordable housing, Covid-19, and systemic racism.
County Commissioner Penny Rich provides an update on the Covid-19 fight and discusses an upcoming online “listening session” on racial justice.
Mayor Jenn Weaver discusses the town budget, a resolution making Juneteenth an official holiday, and a plan to give employees paid time off to vote.