At Peacock Alley Gifts on Saturday, coauthors Missy Julian Fox and Marie Myers Lloyd held a book signing for “Goodnight Carolina” — their reimagining of the classic children’s book.
Orange County smokers are even closer to being banned from lighting up in public.
As Chapel Hill’s framework for the future reaches its implementation stages, a study by UNC professors offers recommendations on how to better communication between town officials and residents as the plan moves forward.
With early voting in the presidential election beginning Oct. 18, Orange County political parties are focusing on registering voters before Friday’s registration deadline.
After missing its deadline to open this year, the Howard & Lillian Lee Scholars Charter School is once again taking steps toward state approval. But as the school seeks to get its construction plans approved, it has fielded scrutiny from some local officials who don’t think it should open at all.
*A new place to pregame * Another Franklin Street restaurant has entered the late-night food scene.
Chapel Hill has released the first draft of its 2020 Comprehensive Plan — and starting tonight, leaders will try to make its goals financially realistic.
After 45,000 Tar Heel fans and students rushed Franklin Street to celebrate UNC’s NCAA Championship in 2009, a toppled tree lay on the corner of Franklin and Columbia streets.
Volunteers with Meals on Wheels of Chapel Hill/Carrboro serve every role from preparing meals and chatting with recipients to saving lives.
At the UNC Local Relations meeting Thursday, the committee discussed new University developments in Chapel Hill.
A mixed-use development planned for North Greensboro Street ran into some opposition but found a majority of support at a Carrboro Board of Alderman meeting Thursday evening. The board voted to approve the continued planning for the Shelton Station development six to one.