The Triangle Youth Ballet worked to continue its tradition of live music at its annual Nutcracker performance at an orchestra fundraiser at University Mall Wednesday evening.
Property-related crimes are on the rise in several area apartment complexes, including some popular among University students.
Chapel Hill officials and residents celebrated on Tuesday the official start of a decade-long project, which will be funded by a partnership between the town and University and is expected to shape the future of both.
UNC will celebrate its third annual First Amendment Day on Tuesday, Sept. 27, but its importance extends outside the campus.
A new dessert food sold in Chapel Hill has fueled controversy because of a possibly unsafe additive. Lazy Larry cakes, named for the melatonin added to the brownies’ mix, are marketed as an adult dietary supplement but could be banned by the Food and Drug Administration.
The Chapel Hill Town Council passed a resolution Monday night against the N.C. Defense of Marriage Act proposed in the N.C. General Assembly.
Despite the town’s landlocked status, a group of local volunteers is working to prepare others for the upcoming boating season. Flotilla 9-8, the Chapel Hill chapter of the U.S. Coast Guard, is already gearing up for this year’s National Safe Boating Week, which begins May 21.
Facing state budget cuts, the Orange County Board of Commissioners will meet with the boards of education of two local school systems tonight to discuss education budgets and how a proposed tax increase could help fill funding voids.
With summer quickly approaching, new and prospective students are appearing around campus. Whether following along on a tour or visiting during CTOPS, they are trying to find a place at UNC. Campus tours, led by Admissions Ambassadors, typically begin in the early spring.