At the final vote for next year's budget, the Chapel Hill Town Council decreased the added tax from 3 cents to 2.
Lula's, Spanky's replacement, hopes to be a more down to earth restaurant with inexpensive meals.
The existing auditorium and gymnasium buildings will be connected by a new academic building to form a single facility.
When forces from UNC and Duke come together, some good can be achieved in the world. David and Elizabeth Fitzgerald, a married doctor couple, prove this.
Northside Elementary will host a pilot science program that encourages students to ask questions and interact with their environment.
Sunflower Bean performed songs about fighting the patriarchy and accepting change at their Cat's Cradle show Sunday.
"This is a way for people with dementia to really relax and enjoy themselves because there is no pressure to remember anything," Hower said. "They can live in the moment with these tours, but also their caregivers get some release.”
Goodbye time tickets, hello prepay: the Town of Chapel Hill's Lots to Love campaign is gearing up to try and transform parking downtown and your attitude toward it. “The switch is more than just moving from the old system to these new meters. It’s all one big initiative to create positive interactions with parking,” said Ran Northam, community safety communications specialist for the town. Lots of Love launched in late April, marking the switch in how you pay for parking and introducing the Park on the Hill Kissing Contest on Instagram.