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Chapel Hill wants to lower vehicular deaths and serious injuries on town streets to zero by 2031.
The Town of Chapel Hill sought written statements of qualifications as it moves forward with plans to drain the water at 1714 Legion Road.
The Town of Chapel Hill made the decision earlier this summer to fundamentally change its Land Use Management Ordinance.
The Elliott Road extension project was completed last month.
Chapel Hill gained a new town manager with a familiar face Monday evening.
The agency in charge of coordinating area transportation projects is looking for public input on its new plan before the end of the month.
The Town of Chapel Hill opened up an application process for a series of grants aimed at helping downtown businesses stay there.
A solar crowdsourcing group is trying to inject more green energy into the Triangle.
Orange County Animal Services has received a positive rabies test on a fox that attacked a Hillsborough resident and their dog.
Work on a lengthy greenway study largely funded by a federal grant is expected to begin next year.
Now is the time to adopt a pet if you have a place in your home and heart.
A $1 million grant will help Chapel Hill make its ambitious greenway project come to fruition.
Chapel Hill’s Town Council made the decision to move ahead with amendments to its land use management ordinance Wednesday evening.
Carrboro adopted a budget for the coming fiscal year Tuesday evening with no tax increase.
The state transportation authority says a controversial highway project design is an “intermediate step” in a response to Chapel Hill’s mayor.
A 43-acre development across from Southern Village, received a unanimous green light from Chapel Hill Town Council last week.
Carrboro is revamping its business loan program to support more companies and launching a disparity study.
A fire service leader from a nearby town will take over the top job for Chapel Hill.
Land use management ordinance dominated much of the conversation at the May 24 Chapel Hill Town Council meeting.
A woman has been charged after allegedly causing the death of a motorcycle rider.
Chapel Hill’s Booker Creek Working Group formally approved its final recommendations report last week.
Chapel Hill Town Council came one step closer to overhauling parts of its land use regulations Wednesday.
Longtime firefighter Chris Potter has been named chief of the Carrboro Fire-Rescue Department.
Chapel Hill Transit, one of the largest fare-free bus systems in the country, is at an inflection point.
Carrboro Town Council Member Barbara Foushee is making a run for the town’s top office.
Chapel Hill’s Town Council convened last Wednesday evening for an expansive agenda.
Chapel Hill town staff are proposing a tax increase in line with budget discussions earlier this year as the town tries to catch up on expenses.
Chapel Hill Police are grieving after the death of a veteran officer Mike Mineer.
Chapel Hill is looking at several avenues to improve its downtown economy and other business districts with an emphasis on underserved groups.
Chapel Hill Town Council came together the evening of Wednesday to discuss a wide range of local topics.
Carrboro Mayor Damon Seils intends to bow out of town government after a decade of public service.