Students got the chance to test an alternative form of transportation on Tuesday — in the form of an ELF.
The first step in transforming University Square to Carolina Square took place on Tuesday as fences went up around the construction site.
An awards night complete with red carpets, cocktail receptions and entertainment will celebrate Chapel Hill-Carrboro businesses on May 28, hosted by the Chapel Hill-Carrboro Chamber of Commerce.
A canvas tarp protected the elegant carpeting of the Carolina Inn’s North Parlor Thursday morning as employees painted wooden boxes that will house the inn’s starter bee colonies.
For freshman Caroline Hall, the loading zones along Franklin Street make it harder for her and other pedestrians to get around.
Soon, passersby will no longer get to see the vibrant and colorful displays in the window of The Clothing Warehouse on Franklin Street.
As panhandling persists on Franklin Street, businesses are worried about the effects the practice will have on customers and sales.
The Chapel Hill-Carrboro area provides residents with no shortage of places to drink good beer in great weather.
Students will have the chance to perform original poetry alongside the state's poet laureate at Flyleaf Books tonight.
This year, UNC entered the 11th year of its contract with Pepsi — and while the relationship brings in $200,000 of financial aid per year, some students wish Coca-Cola would be more readily available on campus.
Children can engage their inner explorer at the 10-foot Tar Heel Treehouse at Kidzu’s new space in University Mall, which opens Saturday.
Now that spring is in the air, the Carrboro Bicycle Coalition is preparing to expand its collection of businesses designated as bicycle friendly.
Thrill City, a Chapel Hill-based clothing brand, will soon be selling the last of its original merchandise to the community that provided the inspiration for its various designs.
As students enjoy flaky, delectable Bojangles’ Inc. southern biscuits in the Pit today, the fast-food chain continues to prepare for its initial public offering — after announcing Monday that it will go public.
The chiropractor is in and he has your back — just from a new location.
Usually, UNC and Taylor Swift have drastically different concerns.
The Carrboro Farmers’ Market is gearing up to start its summer hours and expanded selection of produce in the coming week.
Of the 17 alcohol control states, only four do not allow distilleries to sell their product to tour visitors. Scott Maitland wants to change that.
It is common knowledge that Americans love ice cream, but the dessert is losing its status thanks to competition from a lower-calorie substitute: frozen yogurt.
Everyone has received a Facebook invitation, or 20, for benefit nights.
Carrboro’s new kava bar and lounge Krave may be the solution to students’ Monday morning hangover.
Local restaurant owner, Jamil Kadoura, believes parking is a cancer in downtown Chapel Hill and the only cure is a new parking lot.
The longtime nightclub space above Sutton’s Drug Store has been quiet since June, but it will celebrate a grand opening today after a complete transformation.
Marshe Wyche had seen thousands of items pass through her Chapel Hill thrift boutique.