The Daily Tar Heel
Printing news. Raising hell. Since 1893.
Friday, Sept. 22, 2023 Newsletters Latest print issue

We keep you informed.

Help us keep going. Donate Today.
The Daily Tar Heel

Carly Breland


Art and movies meet through Ackland Film Forum

This year, the forum is focusing on films from the nineties, with the next screening being Paul Thomas Anderson's "Magnolia" on Sept. 26 at 7:30 p.m. Other events are tied into the forum, such as screenings in collaboration with the Carolina Asia Center and a production of Stephen King's "Misery" from the PlayMakers Repertory Company. 

City & State

'The future of law enforcement': Bill introduced in U.S. House to incentivize women in policing

On Wednesday, U.S. Reps. Deborah Ross (D-2nd) and Rep. Valerie Foushee (D-4th) introduced the Supporting Women with Career Opportunities in Policing Services (COPS) Act at the Historical Durham County Courthouse. N.C. Attorney General Josh Stein and four female police chiefs from the Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill and Zebulon Police Departments joined Ross and Foushee on the courthouse steps during their announcement. 

City & State

New tenants to potentially fill vacant spaces at Franklin and Columbia intersection

The intersection of Franklin and Columbia streets, one of the busiest and most prominent intersections in Chapel Hill, currently has three empty storefronts. However, new tenants and continued construction suggest a more bustling street corner could soon come. Three of the corners of the intersection — Seafood Destiny, MidiCi Italian Kitchen and the upcoming Raising Cane’s location — are all currently not open for business.

More articles »

Special Print Edition
The Daily Tar Heel Women's Tennis Victory Paper