On the 28th Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, local leaders and community activists from the Chapel Hill - Carrboro branch of the NAACP led a march on Franklin Street. Hear what community members and students had to say about the event.
After realizing the increase in senior citizens in the Chapel Hill area, Robert Seymour decided to create the Robert & Pearl Seymour Center in honor of his wife that passed away a few years ago. At the Seymour Center, senior citizens have a wide variety of activities to choose from to occupy their time.
Before town and county governments can move forward with promised plans for the Rogers Road neighborhood, residents say they need to know their role.
Despite the national uproar surrounding recent events in Ferguson, Mo., a dialogue on the topic Tuesday struck a reflective tone.
Plots rich with organically grown vegetables scatter the lot on 2200 Homestead Road. Every Saturday morning, members of HOPE Gardens and other volunteers gather to get dirty, tend the garden and foster a community environment.
The proposed name change for the UNC School of Journalism and Mass Communication is one example of the ways in which the journalism industry and its schools are rapidly evolving.
North Carolina voters will have the chance to add an amendment to the state’s constitution during the November election.