Rameses has once again become more than UNC’s iconic living mascot — he has also become a father.
David Caldwell has been lobbying for improvements to the Rogers’ Road neighborhood all his life, and now some of those improvements are closer to becoming a reality.
What started with a spat between a UNC student and a disc jockey at a bar Saturday night ended with a boycott and a formal apology from the pub.
UNC professor Juliane Hammer believes the effects of Sept. 11 on perceptions of Muslim women are still evident today — 12 years later.
Customers at Caffe Driade will be in for a surprise when they sit down with a cup of tea and glance out of the window this month — instead of the familiar views of Chapel Hill, they will see India.
A building once used for an infamous Occupy protest will now house a chain restaurant.
Reducing alcohol-related admissions by three per month could save a hospital $315,000 per year.
Whether they are stealing cheese or “twerking” in the street, Chapel Hill residents have proven to be an odd bunch for police.
The search was on.
Two local property owners were fined about $60,000 by the town of Chapel Hill after the town found 12 people were living at a property at 135 North St.
Orange County might be seeing an increase in rabies cases this year, highlighting the importance of preventative measures like vaccinations.
Chapel Hill and Carrboro residents will have the opportunity to experience the collaboration of three different artists and visit some of the many galleries and venues in the community in an evening of creative entertainment Friday.
The Orange County Department of Social Services is working to connect potential foster kids with relatives — meaning more of them can live with people they trust instead of strangers.
Throughout the past 40 years, Cat’s Cradle has hosted some of the biggest names in music. While the number of national tours that come through the Cradle is high, Cat’s finds it equally important to support local music. “It is part of our mission to work with local artists.
Local recreation offer residents and students who choose to stay in Chapel Hill over the summer multiple options to enjoy the beautiful outdoors and participate in physical activity.
When the opportunity to combine his love of visual and performing arts arose, professor Dana Coensearch took the chance to recreate an older concept in a fresh way.
Lindy Pendergrass has served Orange County as its sheriff for the past 32 years, and following his announcement in November that he wouldn’t be considering reelection to a ninth term, six candidates filed in February to fill his shoes.