"Be Good. Do Good."
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"Be Good. Do Good."
Ruffin Slater, the general manager of Hillsborough's Weaver Street Market, has challenged the local government and businesses to eliminate world hunger in the next five years.
Early voting is happening all this week until March 12 for the North Carolina primary, which will be held on March 15. Staff writer Burhan Kadibhai asked students and residents why they decided to cast their ballots early.
A light rail transit project is expected to connect UNC Hospitals and Durham by the year 2026.
Star Wars spaceships, a rendition of Vincent van Gogh’s “The Starry Night” and zombie petting zoos were only a few of the inspired Lego constructions on display during Morehead Planetarium and Science Center’s Lego-palooza event this Saturday and Sunday.
Chatham county resident Kara Brewer is currently in the process of appealing to the staff of Orange County for the construction of a party barn after its initial rejection in November by the Board of Adjustment.
Say goodbye to Los Pos — a new hotel has been officially approved for the location.
Mayor Mark Kleinschmidt bestowed the key to the city to Chapel Hill’s Nobel Prize winner Dr. Aziz Sancar.
Vaccine-preventable diseases pose risks for possible outbreaks in schools in Orange County — and the rates reflect that risk.
On Saturday, thousands of people visited Chapel Hill’s Southern Community Park to see a fox writing poetry, a lion statue constructed out of Legos and many other artistic festivities as part of the Festival in the Park event created by Chapel Department of Hill Parks and Recreation.
Pam Hemminger was elected mayor of the town of Chapel Hill Tuesday night, ending former Mayor Mark Kleinschmidt’s six-year run.
Only in the Chapel Hill-Carrboro area can you find a snow-ape playing video games, drinking beer and shaking his claws to hip-hop music.
In a forum on UNC’s campus Wednesday, Chapel Hill Town Council and Mayoral candidates debated and answered questions for students.
Students, parents and community leaders rallied together to form the first-ever NAACP Youth Council of Orange County.
Prominent Chapel Hill and Carrboro residents donned chef hats to raise money for the local YMCA.
Mayor Mark Kleinschmidt joined 17 other mayors around the nation in a movement to open the doors of Chapel Hill to refugees from Syria.
Linnea Lieth, a junior studio arts major at UNC, used a medium of colored pencils on canvas to create a visual depiction of William Faulkner’s "As I Lay Dying" for the Banned Books Week competition.
Between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. Friday, four UNC students came together with fellow classmates and organized the first ever Chapel Hill PARK(ing) Day.