Today, one in five women experience sexual assault or rape in their lifetime. The Orange County Rape Crisis Center has organized a series of events throughout April — Sexual Assault Awareness Month — to raise awareness for sexual violence and to create a safe space for survivors to share their stories.
At UNC’s Counseling and Psychological Services, the overwhelming majority of students who come to seek support are women – with males making up only about a third of CAPS patients.
Chapel Hill businesses have been standing up against the controversial law House Bill 2, passed on March 23.
By April 7, the Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools Board of Education must decide whether to add $4,465,205 to the school system’s budget for this upcoming year.
The redevelopment of the Hamilton Road Fire Station is finally underway after nearly a decade in the making.
Concerns have been high lately when it comes to cyclist and pedestrian safety along Estes Drive. Now, the Chapel Hill Town Council must choose one of three proposed plans to increase bike and pedestrian friendliness within this area of Chapel Hill.
Albert Jeffries IV, known by most as Alj, is a 13-year-old boy who loves Star Wars, the Panthers and the Tar Heels, and has been fighting heart disease since he was 4 months old.
A passionate debate ensued at the Board of Aldermen meeting on Tuesday over a proposed text amendment which would establish community kitchens as a permitted use in Carrboro.
The story begins 35 years ago, with a single bag of balloons, a tank of helium and no existing market for the balloon business in the Chapel Hill-Carrboro area.
The Chapel Hill Town Council now has three new members. Nancy Oates, Michael Parker and Jessica Anderson will join incumbent Donna Bell to fill the four spots open on the council.
The luck of the Irish has run out for Fitzgerald’s Irish sports bar in Chapel Hill.
Restricting street parking on Old Pittsboro Road, creating a bike share program in Carrboro and the potential for a community kitchen in the downtown Carrboro area were all initiatives discussed at Tuesday's Board of Aldermen meeting.
Franklin Street welcomes Moe’s
Carrboro’s Board of Aldermen met Tuesday to discuss several issues, including making Carrboro more bike-friendly and the potential opening of Pizzeria Mercato Restaurant on 408 West Weaver Street.