On February 3, Chapel Hill’s mayor and town council met for their first combined budget retreat of the 2024-25 budget season.Read More
Carrboro’s new Town Council unanimously voted to hold an election during next year’s general election to fill the seat left vacant by Barbara Foushee.
At the Wednesday, November 29 business meeting of the Chapel Hill Town Council, the council voted to deny an application for a rezoning request.
Barbara Foushee has served on Carrboro Town Council before, but now she’s getting ready to be Carrboro’s first Black woman mayor.
Chapel Hill’s Town Council continued a public hearing at its November 15 meeting about a conditional rezoning application for a collection of eight properties along Stancell Drive and Barbee Chapel Hill.
At the Chapel Hill Town Council’s November 15 meeting, the council considered a zoning atlas amendment.
The old adage “every vote counts” was in full view in the Chapel Hill Town Council election.
Tuesday night’s Carrboro Town Council meeting centered on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict before briefly touching on a town budget update.
Over more than four hours of public commentary and discussion on the evening of Wednesday, November 15, the Chapel Hill Town Council approved a variety of measures.
The Town of Chapel Hill’s elected board approved by an 8-1 vote a proposal to expand the town’s water and sewer services boundary.
If you ever think your individual vote doesn’t count, consider the Chapel Hill Town Council race.
Tuesday night’s Carrboro Town Council Meeting started off a bit tense as council members grappled with a resolution pertaining to the Israeli occupation of Palestine in the Gaza Strip.
On Wednesday, October 25, the Chapel Hill Town Council held its monthly meeting.
The Local Reporter will keep this site available in its Election 2023 section and updated by each of the candidate’s campaign staff media coordinators in real-time.
On September 11, The Local Reporter sent questions to all the Municipal Candidates for the Town of Carrboro, including the Mayoral Candidates.
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On September 11, The Local Reporter sent questions to all the Municipal Candidates for the Town of Chapel Hill, including Mayoral Candidates
At the September 13 meeting of the Chapel Hill Town Council, the elected board approved an agreement to lease new space for the Chapel Hill Police Department (CHPD).
Carrboro’s Town staff presented updates on its Lloyd-Broad Neighborhood Overlay and the Carrboro Connects Strategic Plan at the Town Council meeting on Sept. 26
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Plans for Westwood Cemetery’s expansion and the prospect of banning gas-powered landscaping equipment dominated discussion at the Carrboro Town Council meeting Tuesday night.
Following its annual summer break, the Town of Chapel Hill Council returned to action on the evening of September 13.
Town of Chapel Hill leaders did not seem impressed with the initial concept plan for The Reserve at Blue Hill.
On September 27, the Chapel Hill Town Council is scheduled to discuss a zoning change.
The long and winding road to a long straight bus rapid transit (BRT) route along the axis of Chapel Hill took several important steps closer to completion last week
A new low-income residential community project in Chapel Hill received a housing tax credit from the North Carolina Housing Finance Agency.
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.