Located right on Franklin Street, Trolly Stop Hot Dogs is a typical college campus burger and hot dog joint. Staff writer Laura Brummett visited to try their new “Impossible Burger.”
Early voting for the Orange County primary election opens this Saturday and will last until Saturday, May 5. The early voting sites include the Hillsborough Board of Elections, the Carrboro Town Hall, the Chapel of the Cross in Chapel Hill, Efland Ruritan Club Building and the Seymour Senior Center in Chapel Hill.
Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools highlight plans for new construction and new learning approaches at their "state-of-the-schools" address.
Porthole Alley reopened on March 29 after undergoing a renovation project aiming to improve safety and appearance. The alley is best known for Michael Brown’s parade mural and connects Franklin Street to UNC’s campus.
To combat dry weather and severe droughts, the town of Hillsborough started construction to expand the West Fork Eno River Reservoir on March 19, meeting their permit deadline. The $16 million project will dramatically increase water stores, but traffic patterns will be altered in the process.
School bus drivers in North Carolina are now required to carry a medical card in addition to their license at all times. But, bus drivers also must pass and pay for a medical exam, which isn't cheap. That's why Orange County schools are stepping up.
The stakes at any UNC-Duke basketball game are high, but with the NCAA tournament coming up and a free Waffle House breakfast on the line, Saturday's game proves more important than ever.
Hosted by the Chinese School at Chapel Hill, Sunday's LIGHTUP Festival brought members of the Chapel Hill community to celebrate Chinese culture and ring in the Year of the Dog.