The Chapel Hill Town Council is asking for the public's opinion on the future of 140 West plaza and the sculpture that's been there since 2013.
Following Hurricane Florence, Hurricane Michael has the state preparing to weather another storm while their communities are still in recovery.
“I also think it will really improve the look and feel of downtown because, even though it’s adding a building, it’s adding much more than that.”
UNC political science professor Frank Baumgartner recently published a book on his research of over 20 million traffic stops, and his findings suggest police searches are based on race, gender and age.
With midterm elections coming up in a few months, out-of-state students face a dilemma on where to cast their vote.
The Carrboro Police Department detailed their findings on their own racial biases in their policing to the Board of Aldermen on Tuesday. Here's what they said.
In regards to affordable housing, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development ranked Chapel Hill as a “troubled performer." However, this ranking came as a result of a clerical error. New forms have been submitted, and the town score is being reevaluated.
Review: Kurama Sushi & Noodle Express provides an affordable alternative to other Franklin restaurants
Tucked away around the corner of Franklin Street lies Kurama Sushi Express. Staff writer Claire Willmschen spent an evening sampling their menu.
Pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) is an HIV prevention drug that is taken daily as a pill. While it is currently not well known, PrEP reduces the risk of HIV AIDS by 92 percent for those at risk and is on the path to save thousands of people.
On any regular day, eleven-year-old Paul Rosu seems just like every other kid at Smith Middle School — but he’s recently achieved a feat that not many others have. He received a 5 on his AP Calculus AB exam and could have potentially been the only fifth grader to take the exam that year.