After 41 years in business, the Roses store at University Mall is shutting its doors for good.
East Franklin Street is closed after an early morning vehicle collision left power lines in the roadway, according to a Wednesday morning press release from the Chapel Hill Police Department.
A man who escaped from an Orange County correctional facility Monday evening has surrendered.
A technicality might have delayed construction on the store under the hot-pink brick facade, but Fedora Boutique is now one step closer to bringing its style to Franklin Street.
It’s fair to say that neither Jen nor Pete Minnelli would be embarking on their latest venture if one had never met the other.
The competition is heating up between apartment complexes in Chapel Hill. This year two new luxury student apartment complexes — LUX at Central Park and Shortbread Lofts — will open near campus.
After studying the Chinese culture for 15 years, Edward Slingerland writes a book encouraging people to turn to the influences of non-action and to integrate spontaneity into their everyday lives.
UNC students who might pass by the quiet figures on Franklin Street without a second thought now have the opportunity to read writing from these people.
It was a rock-climbing competition that drew 14-year-old Fayetteville native Kai Lightner to town this weekend.
A long-neglected property at 501 S. Greensboro St. is getting some much-needed attention.
Calling all Carrboro fourth-graders: the Board of Aldermen wants to hear from you.
Despite the apparent late-night success of the Carrboro Wendy’s drive-thru, the Board of Aldermen have asked town staff to explore a ban that would prohibit the future construction of drive-thrus in town.
Chapel Hill teens don’t just want their voices to be heard, they want to make their opinions count.
Finding Tim Toben on his farm takes some time. First you stop at a construction site, where a builder is putting the finishing touches on Toben’s newest project, a tea house.
Zack Kaplan is tired of the Rogers Road neighborhood being swept under the rug.
The recession has finally caught up with Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools, and it may cost the district more than $3 million.
Protestors of Carrboro have won the battle for 201 N. Greensboro St., but there may still be a war to fight.