At an event Sunday educating the public about local writers who made history, the Chapel Hill Historical Society featured four writers — including George Moses Horton, the first black slave to publish his work in the U.S. South.
The second annual Push Play Sing concert was held Friday at the Chapel Hill Community Center.
Chapel Hill rent prices are rising — in February, the town saw a 6 percent jump in rent, according to a recent report on rental markets around the country.
The Carrboro Board of Aldermen met Tuesday night to discuss the new Martin Luther King Jr. Park, affordable housing and prohibiting drones on town property.
Following the departure of Colleen Bridger, Dorothy Cilenti has been appointed as the new interim health director for the Orange County Health Department until a permanent replacement is hired.
Students, community members and artists gathered together Saturday night at TRU Deli & Wine Bar to create awareness for affordable housing and raise money to help build a house for a Chapel Hill resident.
The Homestead Aquatic Center will remain closed while continuing to search for the water leak that has prevented guests from using the pool since Jan. 17.
On Valentine's Day, Linda's Bar and Grill on Franklin Street is hosting an erotic fiction reading presented by UNC-Chapel Hill's LAB! Theatre group, a student-run theatre organization.