In this year's annual Wastewater Report Card, OWASA aimed to give more information on what they do and the importance of knowing what should and should not be flushed.
Two new restaurants are joining Chapel Hill's extensive variety of dining choices: a vegan cafe and a bagel bar.
With homelessness, housing costs and inaccessible assisted living resources on upward trends, the Town of Chapel Hill is beginning to combat these issues with funding for new housing projects.
Grow your green thumb and get creative with miniature gardens this spring.
The proposal attempts to reform the Higher Education Act, which is overdue for an update, but this has significant implications for financial aid long term.
Chapel Hill and Carrboro firefighters will be visiting the homes of Meals on Wheels recipients to complete safety checks of smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors.
In the wake of a Feb. 15 deadline to pass a new funding bill, the Transportation, Housing and Urban Development Appropriations Subcommittee created seven appropriations bills.
Ms Mong's apparently is here to stay. The Hemp Store awaits its grand opening. And a new dessert place is to replace Sugarland.
The ArtsCenter is now regrouping in order to find their new home.