The opening of a controversial light rail in Orange County is likely still more than a decade away — but transit officials have now moved into a $30 million planning phase.
A bill filed in the N.C. Senate Tuesday has some UNC students concerned about their ability to vote in future elections.
Chapel Hill resident Augustus Cho is bringing a little piece of Hollywood to The Streets at Southpoint mall.
National Heritage Academies announced Tuesday that it would no longer be part of Carrboro’s first approved charter school, raising questions for the school’s board about how to move forward.
With more than 50 percent of Carrboro residents burdened by their rent or mortgage, the Carrboro Board of Aldermen is taking action to make housing more affordable.
With its open kitchen, walls lined with photos of customers and friendly service, it’s no wonder Sutton’s Drug Store remains a bustling Chapel Hill landmark nearly 90 years after opening.
For most 16-year-olds, getting a driver’s license is a rite of passage — one Ulises Perez never got to experience.
The last thing Chapel Hill resident Donna Goldstein expected to see on her afternoon run was a coyote.
The Chapel Hill Police Department met with UNC students Thursday night to get feedback on its performance.