With exam season upon us, students might want to get away from campus and study in a more inviting atmosphere. Staff writer Grant Allen ventured to three local coffee shops to review their atmospheres, menus and accessibility.
UNC home football games mean seas of people in Carolina blue roaming Franklin Street and plenty of food, but it can also mean traffic jams and difficult times finding parking. Staff writer Grant Allen hit the streets to ask residents and UNC students, "How does game day traffic affect your weekend routine?"
The Human Rights Campaign recently released their annual Municipality Equality Index (MEI), which measures how inclusive a town's laws, services and policies are of LGBTQ populations. This year, both Chapel Hill and Carrboro scored above the national average.
New additions and old favorites in the Chapel Hill business scene help you care for yourself and your pets.
Because of significant financial struggles, the Orange County Historical Museum may only be able to stay open for the next two years.
Eleanor Henderson is a New York Times best-selling author that is holding a reading event at Flyleaf books on Wednesday for her newest novel The Twelve-Mile Straight. Henderson's first novel, Ten Thousand Saints, was listed as one of the 10 Best Books of 2011 by The New York Times. Staff writer Grant Allen spoke with Henderson about The Twelve-Mile Straight and her career as an author.