Tar Heel fans gathered on Franklin Street to enjoy festivities before UNC took on #10 University of Miami. Even though UNC fell to Miami 27-23, the fans would still like to see the town tailgate become a tradition.
The Mediterranean restaurant Hummus Cafe has taken over a location on Franklin Street formerly occupied by the popular eatery Hot Dogs & Brew. "Read more All Up In Your Business.":http://www.dailytarheel.com/article/2013/08/all-up-in-your-business-aug-21
Graduation is the busiest weekend of the year for Franklin Street's Sugarland Bakery, with more than 100 custom-made cakes baked and decorated in time to celebrate the big day.
Some town residents are gearing up for a fight as the Chapel Hill Town Council prepares to discuss its plan for the Ephesus Church Road-Fordham Boulevard area later this month.
You can wear eye-catching pants, a multi-colored tie, a double-breasted blazer and a striped shirt when you are Alexander Julian giving a lecture to UNC students.
Time-Out is not ready to throw in the towel.
Student government representatives across North Carolina traveled to the nation’s capitol Sunday and Monday to lobby for student issues.
The Orange County Register of Deeds is a race typically run unopposed, so three candidates is an unusual number — especially considering the candidates’ very different platforms.