Flood-affected Orange County businesses and homeowners are getting a helping hand from the government.
In mid-May, 1789 — a business incubator for UNC entrepreneurs — moved into 173 1/2 E. Franklin St., an office space just above Four Corners.
After four years on the Chapel Hill Town Council, Gene Pease announced he was not running for re-election in November. Daily Tar Heel staff writer Lauren Grady sat down with Pease to discuss his decision to leave the council, reflect on his term and look at his future plans.
Chapel Hill will soon be home to the longest paved greenway in Orange County.
After a deadly tornado hit Moore, OK on May 20th, destroying everything her aunt and three cousins had, Sugarland employee and recent UNC graduate Liz Suttee knew she had to do something.
The towns of Chapel Hill and Carrboro sought community input this week with two public hearings on their proposed budgets for the fiscal year 2013-14.
UNC students in search of off-campus housing will soon have another option — The Bicycle Apartments on Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard.
Under the elm tree outside of Carrboro Town Hall on Thursday, Alderman Lydia Lavelle officially announced her candidacy for mayor.
When Baguettaboutit sets up shop in Chapel Hill, a crowd of students and residents quickly surrounds the food truck in search of a fast and affordable meal.
After announcing plans to franchise last fall, Franklin Street restaurant BSki’s Tortilla Wrap Grill has received offers from people all across the country interested in bringing signature wraps to their towns.
Miel Bon Bons leaves Carrboro The biggest sweet-tooth can satisfy his craving with cakes, macaroons, and cupcakes from Miel Bon Bons.
At Thursday night’s Orange County Board of Commissioner’s Meeting, commissioners discussed Hillsborough land use and transit systems.
Chapel Hill Police Chief Chris Blue is known in the community for cracking down on crime and protecting students.