For Jenny Surane, finding the right word is as important personally as it is professionally.
The Orange County District Attorney’s office turned over 40,000 pages of discovery Tuesday to the attorneys for those charged for their involvement in the UNC athletic scandal.
Halfway down the stairs leading from the Daily Tar Heel offices to the ground floor of Graham Memorial was a landing with a television.
Two dollars gets you in to see both Robby, “The World’s Biggest Rat,” and Bubba, “The Big Pig” — a two-header bargain that John Wadsworth hopes is impossible to resist.
A popular tax holiday geared toward back-to-school shoppers is set to end after this year, and some local school officials say they have concerns about the costs to families.
Last year, the CHCCS Board of Education decided to name the district’s 11th elementary after the historic segregated school. And for Northside alumni who experienced school segregation in Chapel Hill, the opening of the new school is a time to reflect.
On Monday morning, fans, squeegees and mops were out in full force on Franklin Street. But by afternoon, most of them, and the water they had sought to dispel, were gone.
Flooding from heavy rains Sunday left local residents and businesses scrambling to recover. A flash flood warning remains in effect for Orange County through 9 p.m.
Chapel Hill officials may have to wait several months to find out if they’ll be able to enforce new towing restrictions.
With a new downtown location and larger store in Rams Plaza, CVS Pharmacy will significantly expand its presence in Chapel Hill in the coming months.
In 1962, Frank Porter Graham Elementary School opened with 12 teachers for 240 students, all African-American. Fifty years later, FPG represents students from more than 30 countries and countless backgrounds.