An underage student stands in line outside a popular bar on Franklin Street and gives their fake ID to a bouncer. After looking at it for a moment, the bouncer passes it back — not to the student, but to an undercover alcohol law enforcement officer behind him. The student is ticketed immediately.
Halloween in Chapel Hill has become more tame in recent years due to collaborative efforts to make the town’s celebration more local.
Early voting starts this Thursday for local elections, and local efforts are underway to motivate students to vote.
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From the moment he got behind a grill, Al Bowers knew he had a love for the food industry. Years after discovering his passion, Bowers is now the owner of Al's Burger Shack in two locations and Mel's Commissary in Carrboro.
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Four members of the Chapel Hill Fire Department were deployed to Houston to help relief efforts following Hurricane Harvey.
Esther Lederman is a 93-year-old Chapel Hill resident, Holocaust survivor and author of "Hiding for our Lives." Senior Writer Erik Beene talked with her about her thoughts on the in Chapel Hill Silent Sam protests and other recent events.
Silent Sam remains standing in McCorkle Place despite calls from leaders — including Gov. Roy Cooper — across the state for its removal. The Heritage Protection Act of 2015 has complicated efforts to remove the Confederate monument, which leaves the monument's fate in legal limbo.
In response to an executive order banning Syrian refugees from entering the United States, protesters gathered in front of the post office on Franklin Street and at Raleigh-Durham International Airport.