Last summer, UNC sophomores and roommates Connor DeHaven and Corey Cobb spent hours thinking about how they were going to leave their mark on campus.
A Chapel Hill restaurant was one of three North Carolina establishments to garner a Forbes four-star rating for 2014.
Jessie McIntyre has called Chapel Hill home for 30 years, and she said she would hate to see guns come to playgrounds in what she considers her safe little town.
The Carrboro Board of Aldermen approved Tuesday night a development that will bring residential housing and commercial space to the heart of downtown.
A resident at Collins Crossing Apartment Homes in Carrboro recently received an eviction notice after parking a work truck in the complex’s parking lot — and local officials are working to determine if this is an isolated incident.
When Northside Elementary opens its doors this fall, it will show off a number of green features while also embracing the site’s distinct history.
Local residents upset about the Chapel Hill-Carrboro YMCA’s decision to remove Chapel Hill’s only public racquetball courts won’t be putting down their rackets — or their picket signs — anytime soon.
Milton Julian is a Tar Heel born and a Tar Heel bred, even at 95 years old. On Sunday, Julian gathered for a birthday party with friends and family, who celebrated his life and influence on Chapel Hill. Today is his birthday.
More than 2,000 people with developmental and intellectual disabilities could soon face homelessness if the N.C. Senate doesn’t act fast. In December, legislators wrote a state budget that cut Medicaid funding and made some group home residents ineligible to receive personal care services by raising the level of assistance needed.
Smoking, Rogers Road and trash were the topics of discussion in the joint meeting last night between the Chapel Hill Town Council and Board of Orange County Commissioners. The joint meeting did not result in any votes, and consisted mainly of updates on ongoing projects in the town and county.
Chapel Hill residents in search of locally grown organic produce and for their Thanksgiving feast Thursday are in luck. Coon Rock Farm, located in Hillsborough is a family farm that strives to provide residents of Orange, Durham,and Wake counties with fresh produce, and humanely raised meats year round. Jamie DeMent and Richard Holcomb started Coon Rock Farm in 2004, the same year they started Zely and Ritz, a local Organic restaurant.
Orange County Commissioners met to discuss a range of issues Tuesday night. While there were only four members of the board present, the meeting continued as scheduled. Bob Marotto, Animal Services Director for Orange County spoke on behalf of the creation for a Community Giving Fund.