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He’s Not Here reopened Friday, and patrons couldn’t help but celebrate.
On Saturday afternoon, music, donations and a rivalry came together at Cat’s Cradle.
All around town, the image of a man sheltering a child in his coat has appeared.
In the month of February alone, UNC senior Conner Frank estimates that he spent $2,600 on experiences rather than on things.
Schoolkids Records, a record company that began in 1974, will return to Chapel Hill on March 1st as the company’s third location in the Triangle.
He’s Not Here will close its doors for three weeks — including for the UNC-Duke game — starting today.
A new report shows growth in North Carolina’s technology sector, but recruitment difficulties continue to challenge the industry.
Huntington Learning Center opened its new Chapel Hill location Monday.
Chapel Hill, a town home to a number of restaurants with an international focus, offers cuisine from various corners of the world and new perspectives for the town community.
Buzz Rides still doesn’t have funding from student government, but that isn’t stopping them from staying on track to give 20,000 rides this school year.
When discussing the issue of homelessness in Orange County, community leaders challenged residents to learn more about the homeless population.
Chatham county resident Kara Brewer is currently in the process of appealing to the staff of Orange County for the construction of a party barn after its initial rejection in November by the Board of Adjustment.
There are fewer young professionals between the ages of 20 and 34 in Chapel Hill compared to in Durham and Raleigh, likely because of two major factors — affordable housing and limited job opportunities.
Today, Carolina Dining Services will introduce their new partnership with Larry’s Coffee at the Green Meal: Fair Trade event, which will take place in Rams Head Dining Hall from 5 to 8 pm.
For those willing to brave the odds, a $2 investment is the only thing standing in the way of a chance to win the largest lottery jackpot in United States history.
Prospective and current students, parents and Chapel Hill residents passing the corner of Franklin and Columbia streets will soon find vacant the large window space formerly boasted by the Ackland Museum Store.
Representatives for the Chapel Hill bar He’s Not Here have signed offers in compromise for the establishment’s three pending violations.
It was a place to drink, eat and listen to music. It was a crossroads for the community. It was known to many as Carrboro’s living room.
Say goodbye to Los Pos — a new hotel has been officially approved for the location. During the Chapel Hill Town Council meeting on Nov. 23, the council unanimously approved a special use permit for a four-story AC Hotel by Marriott, granting permission for the construction on Rosemary Street.
With UNC’s prestigious entrepreneurship program and the numerous resources in the area available for business startups, entrepreneurship in Chapel Hill is thriving but the question remains as to whether opportunity is available to all residents.
Waiting in long lines, stores slashing prices, catfights over door busters — that’s the norm for the holiday season.