Plenty of people will tell you the UNC-Duke rivalry is one of the greatest in all of sports — but student-athletes from both schools are putting aside their differences for ACC Sportsmanship Week and teaming up with nonprofit organization COMPASSION IT to visit local schools and spread its message.
The Orange County Board of Adjustment has decided that the Barn of Chapel Hill will not be authorized to hold weddings on its premises — after over a dozen weddings have already been booked.
UNC fans rushed Franklin Street after the UNC men’s basketball team’s win over Duke Saturday night. Along with their Carolina blue apparel and loud, cheering voices, they brought plenty of business to restaurants and bars along the street.
Out of a pool of 72 candidates, the Inter-Faith Council for Social Service has selected its new executive director. Jackie Jenks will start work on April 10.
It’s time for the North Carolina-Duke rivalry game, and for the seventh consecutive year, the Tar Heel Outreach Program is hosting its annual watch party at the Varsity Theatre.
The scaffolding on the front of 137 E. Franklin St., which contains CVS, has finally come down and a shiny new exterior for the building has taken its place.
Chapel Hill Town Council discussed subwatershed project and created a task force for strategic use of town properties
"The Chapel Hill Town Council have approved a project to remove the 'Historic Airport Road' from MLK Jr. Boulevard street signs."
Most high school students work fast-food or retail jobs, but East Chapel Hill High School junior Max Alway-Townsend has different plans.
The Chapel Hill Town Council is still considering the future for 36.2 acres of land near Ephesus Park in Chapel Hill.