For long-time shopper Kelly Clark, becoming a Carrboro Farmers’ Market perennial was an easy decision.
A handful of major developments made progress in Chapel Hill this year, contributing the growing residential and commercial space in the town.
With Halloween falling on a Friday this year, the town of Chapel Hill is expecting a bigger costumed crowd at its annual Homegrown Halloween celebration, now that revelers won't have to go to school and work the next day.
The Chapel Hill Town Council unanimously passed the updated concept plan for the future Rosemary Street Hotel at its Monday meeting.
Chapel Hill police are investigating a dead body found Tuesday afternoon in the parking lot of Lutheran Campus Ministries on Rosemary Street.
Violent crimes are decreasing in the town of Chapel Hill, but students and residents still have questions about whether officials are taking the necessary precautions to keep them safe.
The Town of Carrboro is searching for a way to protect its chickens.
Andreah Williams and her son Tyshaun Pope heard music around the corner and decided to follow it.
Graduate students are a step closer to new housing options in downtown Chapel Hill.
Customers might have warned him, but the owner of Fitzgerald’s Irish Pub still wasn’t expecting the flood of patrons that started last week. James Jackson, the pub’s owner, said he was surprised when 3,000 people — 500 more than he was expecting — made their way into the Irish pub in the last week.
East Weaver Street in Carrboro has welcomed a new population of bunnies — graffiti bunnies. An anonymous artist recently hung up several white bunny decals on the Beehive Salon building, located at 102 East Weaver St.
The Chapel Hill and Carrboro police reports are often a gold mine for odd crimes. Here are a few of the most interesting reports from the past month:
More than 200 UNC students took part in a recycling drive Thursday in celebration of America Recycles Day. The Office of Waste Reduction and Recycling, the Sustainability Office and EcoReps hosted a drive where students could donate their unwanted and recyclable items.
Students looking for a good deal on Franklin St. might not have to look farther than their fingertips.