Since Nov. 18, Nathan Yarborough has stood outside Bank of America on Franklin Street every day except Sundays.
A Chapel Hill non-profit organization has changed its name, but its creators say it has retained its mission.
Anita Badrock was told she would be serving a warrant but found herself caught in gunfire. This was just one of the scenarios Badrock confronted as part of the Chapel Hill Citizens Police Academy class.
Maple View won this year’s Farm of the Year award from the North Carolina State Grange, a nonprofit organization promoting the agricultural community, earlier this month.
Chapel Hill High School says its Spanish program is muy importante — and that’s paying off. The school was named school of the year Saturday by the North Carolina chapter of the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese for its Spanish program.
Brittany Peaks is receiving the next Habitat for Humanity home in Durham, and on Saturday she met the woman who made it possible. Her home sponsor, Dabney Grinnan, a Chapel Hill resident, raised money for the house after she made it her 50th birthday wish to sponsor a home for a family.
Northside and Pine Knolls residents might soon have to limit the number of cars parked at their houses. If Chapel Hill Town Council approves a plan that is currently in its early stages for the neighborhoods, each residence would face a four-car parking limit.
Amber Madison wants to talk about sex. That desire prompted her to write three books on the topic, helped her to become a sex columnist for Seventeen Magazine and last week, landed her a guest spot on Ryan Seacrest’s radio show.
Students share their favorite comedians, jokes, and pick-up lines.
Advocates for Human Rights hosts a spoken word poetry competition as a part of UNC Human Rights Week 2012.
UNC Happiness Cooperative hosts Laughter Meditation sessions on Wednesdays at the UNC Center for Dramatic Art.
See anticipation and reaction to the first meeting between North Carolina and Duke in the 2011-12 men’s college basketball season.
GreenCorps hosted a campaign organizational workshop at the Campus Y.