10/18/2015 11:39pm

Letter: ​Nancy Oates supports affordable housing

TO THE EDITOR: Affordable housing for people who work in Chapel Hill has been a significant issue for the current Chapel Hill Town Council for the past four years. Yet the council has managed to largely ignore the requirement for affordable housing with its recent decisions on Obey Creek, Ephesus Fordham and The Edge.

10/8/2015 12:35am

October 7th was International Walk Day and Rashkis Elementary School, located in Meadowmont, was among the Chapel Hill Schools that celebrated with a short walk to school. All nationalities of students were represented with flag carried by the oldest students. It was a big event with three UNC cheerleaders showing up to lead the walk.

Kids walk to school for diversity

International Walk To School Day began in October of 1997 as a one-time event and has since evolved into a movement celebrated by students and communities in the United States and Canada.

10/7/2015 11:18pm

Chapel Hill music keeps its spirit but changes its tune

Walking down Main Street in Carrboro, it’s hard to miss the historical marker dedicated to Elizabeth “Libba” Cotten. A famous folk artist, the Chapel Hill legend developed her own style of guitar playing that influenced musicians like the Grateful Dead and Bob Dylan.