UNC-Chapel Hill is hosting “Carolina Conversations” to promote open dialogue about difficult issues of diversity. Tuesday’s discussion centered on damage inflicted by anonymous social media with future topics to focus on religion, gender and political thought.
The General Assembly began its 2015 session on Jan. 28, and almost immediately neighborhood leaders were put on notice to expect another bill to repeal a neighbor’s time-honored right to oppose a rezoning with an official protest petition.
Shortbread Lofts developers hope to build another towering, mixed-use apartment building near downtown Chapel Hill that could replace Breadman’s on the north side of West Rosemary Street and the Amity Apartments behind the restaurant.
While many baseball players are enjoying spring break this week — N.C. high schools’ version of the mid-season all-star break — local teams will be hard at work getting ready for the 17th annual Hilltop Invitational Tournament.
On Tuesday, March 17, members of the N.C. Coalition on Aging, the N.C. Senior Tar Heel Legislature and the Durham Partnership for Seniors (DPfS) held a lobby day at the N.C. General Assembly to advocate for legislative priorities relevant to the well-being of seniors and persons with disabilities in North Carolina.