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.
Monday marks the ten year anniversary of the death of Eve Carson, a former UNC student body president and Morehead-Cain scholar. Eve's legacy is still remembered today through the Eve Carson scholarship and an annual 5K hosted by the Pi Beta Phi and Phi Delta Theta sororities.
Prison Book Collective, an organization that sends books to prisons in North Carolina and Alabama, has partnered with the Ben & Jerry's on Franklin Street to give scoops of free ice cream to willing book donors. The promotion runs through March 15.
In the last few years, there has been an increase in student residents in Lloyd-Broad. That increase has had some adverse effects for the neighborhood and its long-term residents, who are speaking out to the Carrboro Board of Aldermen.
Sabrina Garcia retired from the Chapel Hill Police Department after 28 years as a Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Specialist. Staff writer Claire Willmschen spoke with Garcia about her career, her work and what's next.
The Chapel Hill Dunkin’ Donuts is petitioning to add a drive-thru to its business, and many people are excited, but the process is harder than some may think.
The Carrboro Board of Aldermen discussed the creation of a new Comprehensive Plan for the town on their Jan. 9 meeting which gathered support by both the community and the board. The Comprehensive Plan will outline the community's goals for the future.
Barbara Foushee was sworn in to the Carrboro Board of Aldermen Dec. 5. She was the only new member to be elected this past November. Staff writer Claire Willmschen spoke with Foushee about her past professional experiences and her goals for her upcoming term.
Staff writer Claire Willmschen tweets live from the meeting.
Weaver Street Market in Hillsborough began a fundraiser at the end of this past summer with Orange County Schools to raise money to help feed children over the holiday season who are on free and reduced lunch plans.