UNC is one of the leading public research universities in the nation, according to the Carnegie Foundation’s classification of colleges and universities. The University’s research funding for the fiscal year of 2014 totaled more than $790 million. There are 80 research centers and institutes at UNC. Some of them are currently undergoing scrutiny by the UNC-system Board of Governors in order to cut the budget.
Topics: Research and Development
The Chapel Hill Town Council is still considering the future for 36.2 acres of land near Ephesus Park in Chapel Hill.
Jacqueline Britton, owner of Glenn’s Tailor Shop on East Rosemary Street, still has pictures on her phone of water flooding from the street and into her shop the week before Thanksgiving
Although it seems the construction in Chapel Hill has no end, there’s a light at the end of the tunnel.
Cafes and pharmacies and food, oh my!
Wegmans Food Markets is coming to Chapel Hill, bringing with it an abundance of products and wholesome service.
Monday night, Orange County residents gathered in Hillsborough to hear an appeal of a building permit for Kara Brewer and Southeast Property Group, LLC.
Brewer and SPG are seeking Special Use Permits to construct the Barn of Chapel Hill, a $735,000 event space for weddings and corporate events.
Temporary outdoor installments were assembled and swapped out near Old Chicago as part of the 140 West Activation Experiment, conducted from Sept. 29 to Oct. 2.
The Chapel Hill Town Council discussed additional downtown parking structures, and concept plans were heard for multiple developments at a public hearing on Monday.
While it may look like a stalled project, there’s a lot going on behind the scenes at South Green, a new retail development on South Greensboro Street in Carrboro.
Residential affordability in Orange County is faltering as tourism and commercial development boom.
If you plan on hitting up Rosemary Street during the summer, be prepared to face a construction zone.
The American Legion lot on Legion Road could become home to a luxury apartment complex.
By Hari Chittilla
North Carolina archaeologists may soon be making a new addition to the history of Civil War maritime warfare.
Researchers recently discovered what appears to be wreckage from a Confederate blockade runner.
Renovations to Rosemary Street and its uneven sections of sidewalk are planned to begin this spring.
Northside has seen its share of gentrification in the past 30 years.
On Tuesday, Chancellor Carol Folt announced that UNC’s next vice chancellor for research will be Terry Magnuson, chairperson of the department of genetics.
The American Psychological Association now recognizes links between frequent adolescent marijuana use and the development of psychotic disorders.
The American Legion Post 6 District 12 Division 3, located on a scenic 36 acre property, is subject to be bought by Woodfield Acquisitions LLC and changed into 600 apartments.
Woodfield Acquisitions LLC is a developer and operator of multi-family and mixed-use assets in the Mid-Atlantic and Southeastern U.S.
Chapel Hill’s first political action committee, Chapel Hill Alliance for a Livable Town, has made its mark after just one election cycle.
Say goodbye to Los Pos — a new hotel has been officially approved for the location.
During the Chapel Hill Town Council meeting on Nov. 23, the council unanimously approved a special use permit for a four-story AC Hotel by Marriott, granting permission for the construction on Rosemary Street.
Dr. Kim Janssen doesn’t do scary movies. She hates watching bad things happen and can’t stand to see someone suffer.