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.
Chapel Hill and Carrboro boast some of the best schools in the state, but there remains a large community of families that chooses an alternative form instead.
PORCH, an all-volunteer, grassroots hunger relief organization, will hold a community celebration as they pass the $2 million mark in donations for hunger relief.
The Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools racial equity report card for the 2015-16 school year showed that 51.3 percent of short-term suspensions were black students, while only 23.6 percent were white.
Orange County Elections Director Tracy Reams announced her retirement effective January 31, 2018. Reams has been the Orange County Elections Director since January 2008. Staff writer Mattias Miller talked to her about the role she played as Elections Director and her aspirations after her retirement.