Twenty-five cent beers are gone, but Country Night is here to stay — elsewhere.
Rise Biscuits & Donuts offers more than your typical buttered biscuit, and this popular chain will soon be coming to Carrboro.
After backlash for the name “Crepe Culture,” co-owners Sree Valluru and Suridha Kovuri changed the name of their Franklin Street restaurant to “Crepe Traditions.”
Earlier this month, seven startups joined accelerator program Launch Chapel Hill to help get their businesses off the ground.
The first few weeks of college can be hard on a wallet. We strongly recommend you take advantage of as many deals as possible, and we want to help you do that.
Marcus Paige’s No. 5 Carolina Blue basketball jerseys have flown off retailers’ shelves the last two years, but next year, jersey selection may be limited.
The beginnings and ends of semesters are marked by many things: stress, a flurry of hasty packing and often piles of furniture and Walmart rugs being thrown away.
As students, we know the importance of getting a good deal.
Shortly before West Franklin Street meets Carrboro, a storefront with a blue awning displays the name Chapel Hill Comics.
If you ever hear Shania Twain’s song “I Feel Like a Woman” while walking down Rosemary Street, it’s probably coming from Country Fried Duck.
A new car washing service headed by UNC students is coming to University Place this fall.
Construction and a name change are reshaping the complex Chapel Hill residents used to know as University Mall .
The Chapel Hill Town Council could eventually consider approving the construction of part of a development within a resource conservation district on Eubanks Road.
The Chapel Hill Town Council voted 7-1 to approve the Obey Creek development agreement Monday, greenlighting a 1.5 million-square-foot residential and retail project on U.S. Highway 15-501 across from Southern Village.
Many of those who attended Monday’s Chapel Hill Town Council meeting were surprised when the council decided not to vote on the four Obey Creek development items up for discussion, including Roger Perry of East West Partners, the project’s developer.
Morinaga America Foods Inc. is close to completing construction on its 100,000 square-foot candy factory located in Mebane.
Within the next few days there will be a new casual venue on the Carrboro restaurant scene.
Cafe Symmetry will open in Carr Mill Mall, in the space formerly occupied by Panzanella.
Following the suit of a string of new Franklin Street eateries opening this year is Crepe Culture, a cafe serving a variety of crepes and coffee drinks.
The Hot Light at the Krispy Kreme location on East Franklin Street is off for good.
Since 1981 when UNC Hospitals admitted its first patient with AIDS UNC has worked towards the bold goal of curing a patient with HIV.
UNC has partnered with GlaxoSmithKline to launch a joint venture focused on developing a cure for HIV/AIDS.
On Sunday, Orange County residents from all walks of life will realize they have a lot more in common than a love for fried chicken when they come together for Orange County’s annual Community Dinner.
Although North Carolina has the most breweries in the South, the region still lags behind other parts of the United States in the number of craft breweries per capita.
To Lawson Kuehnert and his team, all of the fun is in your pants.
Monterrey Mexican Restaurant, a popular restaurant in Chapel Hill, opened a second location in Carrboro Plaza Sunday.