On the one-year anniversary of her mother's death, DeSeante Jones continues to mourn the woman she had looked forward to sharing her life with.
The creative minds behind Carrboro’s new mural never went to art school — in fact, they’re in the third grade.
A cheap grocery shopping option, long missing from Chapel Hill's central downtown, could be open for business as soon as summer 2017.
The nearly 5,000 vinyl records stored at Vinyl Perk, Carrboro’s quirky combination record store and coffee shop, have been carefully filed away into storage as business owner Jay Reeves searches for a new location.
Ninety percent of children who are sexually abused know their abuser personally.
Library services in Chapel Hill are about to go mobile. Thanks to a nearly $100,000 federal grant, the Chapel Hill Public Library will debut a pop-up library to be completed by late spring of next year.
As populations of honeybees continue to decline nationwide, Carrboro Mayor Lydia Lavelle has declared June 19 through June 26 Carrboro Pollinator Week.
Rainbow flags flew and contemplative words were spoken — both in Spanish and in English — across Chapel Hill this week as communities gathered to commemorate the lives of the 49 people killed by a shooter in an Orlando nightclub.
An incident at Chapel Hill High School has raised questions about how schools approach discipline for assaults and other violent behavior — especially when the students involved are racial minorities.
Business leaders and local officials cut a ribbon and took hammers to a barrel of sake to mark the grand opening of the Morinaga America, Inc., production facility in Mebane on Thursday.
Special use permits for three new developments were approved by the Chapel Hill Town Council Monday.
From school officials to city planners to council members, almost a hundred Orange County leaders...
Traffic concerns dominated the discussion at the Glen Lennox public input session Tuesday.
The doors of the Rogers Road Community Center are closer to opening after the Orange County Board of Commissioners approved the center’s operations agreement Tuesday.
After changes in state funding threatened local bus services last year, Triangle Transit went into panic mode.
A self-sustaining Orange County fair remains on the table for future discussion — but the total cost, required staff and venue location are causing concern.
Most commuters on the F route don’t ever encounter one demographic the bus caters to — kids. Bright and early every weekday morning, while it’s still dark and before most adults need the bus, the F route picks up McDougle Middle School students and drops them off on Fayetteville Rd.