Carrboro’s third annual Summer Streets series on Weaver Street blocks off traffic so people can play in the street but also brings attention to three local nonprofits advocating for literacy, better food access and a celebration of Latin American culture.
The agency, at 1704-B E. Franklin St. in Gateway Commons, was closed following an investigation by NCDMV’s License and Theft Bureau that began with an anonymous tip, according to a Friday announcement.
The Chapel Hill-based College Advising Corps will get a $10 million gift from the John M. Belk Foundation. The nonprofit places recent college graduates in 127 high schools in the state to help high school seniors make it to college.
DSI Comedy founder and owner Zach Ward announced in an email July 12, 2017, that the West Franklin Street improv theater will close on Aug. 28 following online allegations of sexual harassment, sexual assault and toxic working conditions.
The N.C. Pork Council is among the people and groups that have sounded off about the UNC Center for Civil Rights as the university system’s board weighs whether to bar the center and others like it from representing clients.
DSI Comedy owner Zach Ward responded to online accusations of sexual assault and harassment Thursday in an email sent to members of the Chapel Hill theater, saying he will step down for an indefinite period on Monday, July 10.