Saarah Khan’s food options in the dining hall are limited.
She mostly eats pasta, salad and an occasional veggie burger.
Scott Maitland, owner of TOPO Distillery, sold the first bottle of liquor outside of the ABC Commission system in North Carolina since 1909 on Thursday.
Coffee talk has taken a turn for the graphic, as two owners of a local Asheville shop were found broadcasting their sexual encounters online.
Jacob Owens and Jared Rutledge, co-owners of Waking Life Espresso, documented their sexual exploits on social media — via a blog called "Holistic Game," a podcast and Twitter.
Forty-one-year-old Chapel Hill restaurant Breadmen’s may relocate to make room for up-and-coming mixed-use development, Amity Station.
Dan Elkins, owner of Logan’s Pub and Billiards located in what was formerly The Deep End said to expect a little more out of country night.
Chapel Hill resident Sree Valluru receives great response for the opening of his new restaurant "Crepe Traditions". Located at 140 West Franklin Street.
Though Carrboro requires short-term rentals to obtain a special-use permit, many operations are not in compliance.
Follett, the company that sent an unsolicited proposal to lease UNC Student Stores two months ago, has had a relationship with the University in the past.
Former UNC student Chandler Kania, 20, visited two Chapel Hill bars early in the morning on July 19, according to law enforcement officers. Officers say he had a fake ID that was checked at the door and had no problem buying drinks.
A local restaurant earning a Forbes Four-Star Service Award is back open for business after going through an extensive remodel.
Though former Apple CEO Steve Jobs allegedly swore he would never introduce a stylus for an IOS device, Apple is releasing one this fall.
A proposal to allow bed-and-breakfasts in Chapel Hill raised concerns about balancing business interests with historical integrity.
One hundred years ago, former UNC President Kemp Battle charged UNC with a mission.
UNC alumnus Ryan Watts remembers when he and his UNC friends didn't know where to go out one night after classes.
Vimala Rajendran, owner of Vimala’s Curryblossom Cafe, said she pays her employees well over $12.75 an hour and splits tips evenly among all employees.
The Il Palio restaurant at Chapel Hill’s Siena Hotel might be undergoing renovations, but that hasn’t stopped executive chef Teddy Diggs from keeping things fresh in the kitchen until it reopens in mid-September. Diggs spoke to senior writer Rachel Herzog about making the perfect lasagna and how college students can move beyond ramen noodles.
There’s a moment when Shaw Sturton is talking — he pauses to watch as his employee carries two espressos over to customers.
The Raleigh City Council stirred up controversy last week — under the new zoning plans, food trucks will be blocked from operating in some areas where they’ve served customers for years.
Sometimes you want to go where everybody knows your name. For some Chapel Hill residents, that place is the BP Service Station in Eastgate Shopping Center.
Heeding the call of competitors, Verizon Wireless eliminated two-year contracts from its business model — ending years of subsidized cellphone plans.
Carrboro residents are divided over plans for a new shopping center in town.
Campus Health Services will open a pharmacy on the third floor of Student Stores later this semester.
A bill in the N.C. legislature could reallocate hundreds of millions of dollars from urban retail centers like Chapel Hill to rural communities — and it has elicited criticism from both sides of the aisle.
A recent survey gave North Carolina a B- overall for small business friendliness, but experts disagree on what conclusions the grades offer.
Sakura Xpress is leaving Chapel Hill, but its signature hibachi won’t be gone for long.