Counter Culture Coffee aims to impact both the local community and the American public, while producing quality coffee from environmentally conscious sources.
During Hurricane Matthew, 28 people in North Carolina died as a result of the storm. At least 17 of those deaths were in vehicles that were swept away on flooded roads.
An N.C. Republican Party official floated the idea of impeaching the N.C. Supreme Court if the court votes to remove proposed constitutional amendments from November's ballot.
Retired Hillsborough K-9 Officer Talon died peacefully at age 14 on Saturday, April 21 at home surrounded by his family at his favorite spot in the woods by the creek he loved, according to a press release.
4/20 may be coming, but the Chapel Hill and Carrboro police departments will be operating under business as usual.
Go green and get crafty. The Scrap Exchange is a 27-year-old nonprofit organization located in Durham with a mission to promote creativity, environmental awareness and community through reuse.
Steven Howser, a Community Empowerment Fund alumni, is using his success to give back to the organization.
Ditch your traditional takeout place because one restaurant on Franklin Street offers anything and everything dumpling.
Former Chapel Hill mayor has big plans for revamping clerks' offices of the superior court. Mark Kleinschmidt entered the race for clerk of superior court in opposition to the incumbent candidate, James Stanford, who has run unopposed since he took the position May 2001. Kleinschmidt wants to make the office a more modern and welcoming place.
People from all ethnic and religious backgrounds are learning to lean on one another in this secular congregation. Without religion and with the motto "live better, help often, wonder more," Sunday Assembly is celebrating life, service and community.