Police are working to repair their image within the community after the Nov. 13 break-up of an Occupy protest that took over the former Yates Motor Company building.
Local charities are beginning to take in thousands of gifts, clothing and food to distribute to families in need as December opens and the holiday season begins.
State and local leaders donned ball gowns and bow ties Friday night for a purpose — to support science education in North Carolina.
With Thanksgiving approaching fast, Juan Tuset wants to make sure all Hispanic residents in need receive enough information to register for a holiday meal. And because of his efforts to bring together the Inter-Faith Council for Social Service and the local Hispanic homeless community and in-need Spanish speakers, he might see that goal achieved.
As the leaves begin to change color, so do the menus at some of Chapel Hill’s most famous restaurants and coffee shops. Local chefs are whipping up seasonal dishes, using various spices, fruits and vegetables characteristic of the season.
The Rogers Road community’s long wait for access to clean public water might now be nearing an end.
Chapel Hill will be welcoming the fall weather with an appropriate celebration this weekend. On Sunday, Chapel Hill will host the 39th annual Festifall on West Franklin Street.
The Chapel Hill Public Library might be a quiet space now, but it will become even more silent after the library closes its doors tonight to move to a temporary location at University Mall.
University students aren’t the only tech-savvy people in Chapel Hill. This week, the town’s police and economic departments both launched new websites.