When world-renowned bluegrass bass player Missy Raines started her own band several years ago in West Virginia , everyone who heard their music was hard to describe the electrifying acoustic sound that made the group so unique.
UNC students will do anything for free pizza.
Six local elected officials stepped out of their offices and into the communities they represent this week to help homebound residents.
It’s a case of one man’s trash being another man’s treasure. Bob Bacon and his family lived at 704 Gimghoul Rd. for more than 45 years.
The records related to the Faith Hedgepeth homicide weren’t unsealed Wednesday, but members of the media still learned more about the case than they have in the last 18 months.
The clock has struck midnight on Time After Time. The vintage clothing store will close on April 15.
Judge Howard Manning will take some time to review the records sealed in the Faith Hedgepeth homicide.
It started as an idea to provide history and context on the issues her town and county governments were discussing.
It’s been 18 months since Faith Hedgepeth was found dead in her off-campus apartment. Police say they are still diligently working to name a killer, but the trickle of information initially released has now slowed to a halt.
The abundance of rain and snow in Chapel Hill this year has set Habitat for Humanity’s new projects weeks behind schedule.
Ask George King who he’s fighting for at the North Carolina Supreme Court today, and he’ll tell you anyone with a cellphone that drives through Chapel Hill. King, who owns George’s Towing and Recovery, is at the center of a controversy that started when the Chapel Hill Town Council passed a modified towing ordinance requiring tow operators to post clear signs near tow zones, to alert police when they tow a vehicle and to not tow vehicles more than 15 miles outside of Chapel Hill.
The sealing order will expire today on the records related to the homicide of Faith Hedgepeth. Hedgepeth was a UNC junior when she was found dead in her apartment on Sept. 7, 2012. Three days after her death, a Durham County Superior Court judge sealed multiple search warrants and a 911 call associated with Hedgepeth’s case.
Five pedestrians were struck by a vehicle in a hit and run on Fordham Boulevard last week.
Chapel Hill taxpayers will shell out $170,000 after groundwater near the 140 West development was contaminated during construction.
When she was 11 years old, Leanne Joyce wanted to hold a fundraiser outside of a local supermarket to raise money for Duke Children’s Hospital.
They call them “lunch angels.”
A Burlington man was sentenced to more than a century in prison after an Orange County jury returned 20 guilty verdicts against him this week.
Something exciting is hiding behind Carrboro’s mask.
Bebops and bobby socks will fill the Chapel Hill High School gymnasium Saturday as community members jump and jive for a cause at the school’s 18th annual Silent Auction and Swing Dance.