Hemminger was presented the award for her initiatives that spark business and her involvement in environmental, community and cultural events in Chapel Hill.
“Finally Visible: A Panel Discussion on Homelessness in Chapel Hill” marks the start of Orange County's mission to continue addressing the issue of homelessness after the passing of an affordable housing bond.
"People are asking me if we are totally done, and I say no, but we just can’t stay.”
As popular restaurants close their doors, here's what you can expect on Franklin Street in the coming months.
North Carolina ranks high in cost of living and income inequality. Here's what several organizations are doing to help.
Two months after Country Fried Duck was shut down and rebranded as "Night School," the bar has once again lost its liquor license.
In the past two years, the Chapel Hill-Carrboro community has seen two water crises, big enough to bring on cancelled classes and students leaving campus for home. Here's how the Orange Water and Sewer Authority are working to prevent crises in the future.
Plainclothes ICE officers posing as other immigrants filling out paperwork detained Samuel Oliver-Bruno in Durham on Nov. 23.
"My biggest thing was about running for something, and I truly believe that if you are running for office, you’ve always got to be running for something — not against anyone, not against anything — but you’ve got to be running for something."
While many have visited the Chapel of the Cross for early voting, those who attended on Thursday had the chance to match one of the names on their ballot to a face.