It’s Mayor Pam Hemminger’s last appearance for a while, as campaign season’s getting under way – so we look ahead at lots of upcoming events and initiatives this fall.
County Commissioner Penny Rich discusses the county’s response to a Klan gathering in Hillsborough – and exciting news about upcoming economic development.
Mayor Tom Stevens discusses Saturday’s (unannounced) Klan demonstration in downtown Hillsborough – and praises residents for the way they responded.
Mayor Lydia Lavelle discusses tourism news, construction updates – and Carrboro’s application to be named a gold-level bicycle-friendly community.
Mayor Pam Hemminger discusses good news for local tourism – and less good news for a planned affordable-housing project.
County Commissioner Penny Rich has tourism numbers from a recent meeting of the Orange County Visitors Bureau. Also, Eno the Emu has been located!
Mayor Tom Stevens provides an update on the process of widening Churton Street downtown.
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.)