Mary Helen Moore
Chapel Hill is home to more than 50 churches, a Jewish synagogue and two Buddhist temples — but no mosque.
Shari Smith is a senior at Chapel Hill High School who rarely gets into trouble.
Two years ago, Matthew Fenner was beaten and choked by members of his own church. Three months ago, his mother and brother testified against him when his attackers were indicted on charges of kidnapping and assault.
Marshe Wyche had seen thousands of items pass through her Chapel Hill thrift boutique.
Joe Calder starts by making a Google Doc.
At 3 a.m. today, when most residents were sound asleep, Chapel Hill Transit employees were already working to make sure roads were safe and bus stops were serviceable and also communicating with town and University officials.
Since its redevelopment was first approved in February 2013, the lot at 602 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. has undergone many changes.
The Chapel Hill Town Council met Monday to review the first progress report detailing the progress of renewal in the Ephesus-Fordham District.
Robert Roskind has gotten a few questions about how a bald-headed white guy from North Carolina is in charge of Bob Marley’s 70th birthday celebration in Northern California.
Chapel Hill residents could soon see their recycling bins switched out for roll carts with five times more capacity. The Chapel Hill Town Council unanimously passed a resolution on Monday to support the Orange County Board of Commissioners by awarding a five-year contract to the lowest bidder.
“So we’re going to be staying here for two hours?” a kid in a blue coat tugged on his dad and asked. I have to admit, I was thinking the same thing.
A video game about Carrboro is in the works. “Carrboro Quest is a community collaborative art project — by, about and for the people of Chapel Hill and Carrboro,” the video game’s creator Stirling Little said. Little graduated from UNC in May, but said he still lives in and cultivates a love for the area — though the game will poke fun at Carrboro and its problems. “If I am elsewhere in the world and I say home, I mean Carrboro,” the Atlanta-native said.