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One Fish Two Fish Poke Joint is bringing Hawaiian cuisine to Carrboro this March, replacing the former Tom+Chee restaurant at 300 East Main St.
The Refugee Community Partnership co-hosted a community lunch on Sunday to welcome refugees with Love Chapel Hill church at Vimala's Curryblossom Cafe on West Franklin Street.
Wegmans will be bringing a new grocery store to the Triangle soon.
It only takes a quick stroll to Franklin Street for Chapel Hill residents and University students to find snacks at CVS or Walgreens to stock up on for the week.
When Nick Stroud decided to open a bar, he wanted to create a speak-easy that mirrored the atmosphere of the Prohibition era, but lacked the exclusivity of speak-easies from the past.
Local coffee shops poured over the implications of President Donald Trump’s executive orders, joining a national fundraiser for the American Civil Liberties Union.
At 5:30 p.m. today, La Residence will be open for dinner after months of construction due to a fire that occurred in June 2016.
The living wage rate, which is the minimum wage that Chapel-Hill Carrboro City Schools pays their full-time employees, has been proposed to increase to $13.16 per hour.
Living Kitchen, a plant based and raw restaurant, is set to open at 201 S Elliot Road next to the Whole Foods in Chapel Hill on Feb 9.
Dating back to the eighties and nineties (called Chapel Hill Comics for just over 10 years), it is the oldest specialty comic book store in the Triangle Area, which encompasses Raleigh, Durham, and Chapel Hill.
South Green, a 45,000 square-foot retail center coming to Carrboro, recently announced two tenants — Atlas Taco Bar and Gimghoul Brewery & Bottle Company.
Might as Well had their grand opening this past Friday night. The sports bar, originally based out of Wilmington, now sits comfortably on Franklin Street in the building formerly occupied by Fitzgerald's.
Franklin Street’s 10th pizza shop — Lotsa Stone Fired Pizza — will likely open this spring, replacing the Jasmin Mediterranean Bistro that closed in December.
In the week leading up to his inauguration, President Donald Trump and his lawyer Sheri Dillon announced a series of steps the newly elected president would take to avoid conflicts of interest.
The Orange County Living Wage initiative, a program encouraging business to compensate their employees fairly, has just certified its 100th employer — the Coastal Federal Credit Union in Carrboro.
Jasmin Mediterranean Bistro has permanently closed its location on the corner of West Franklin and North Columbia streets.
Lotsa Stone Fired Pizza is moving into Jasmin Mediterranean Bistro's old location on the corner of West Franklin Street and North Columbia Street.
Might as Well Bar and Grill – a popular spot for college students in Wilmington – is opening a new location on West Franklin St. The restaurant and bar has taken over the space that Fitzgerald’s previously occupied
The start of a new semester usually means that Franklin Street is bustling with activity: businesses with doors wide open, students roaming the street looking for a good deal and plenty of people walking their dogs.
Final preparations are underway for La Residence to re-open for the new year.
Jacqueline Britton, owner of Glenn’s Tailor Shop on East Rosemary Street, still has pictures on her phone of water flooding from the street and into her shop the week before Thanksgiving