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On the door of Vimala’s Curryblossom Cafe on West Franklin Street is a sign: “Food is a human right, and no one will be turned away.”
Durham and Chapel Hill are separated only by a 10-or-so-mile stretch of road. There are no fences, no check points, and thousands of people flow in and out of the cities’ border each day without a second thought.
Eve Carson used to say that she had friends, and she had friends that she had not yet met.
It’s been almost five years since the murder of beloved 2007-08 Student Body President Eve Carson, but the legal journey of one Durham man convicted of her murder has suddenly resurfaced.
The Durham man convicted last December in the murder of 2008 Student Body President Eve Carson will be resentenced, the N.C. Court of Appeals ruled Tuesday.
Orange County Commissioner Earl McKee has a saying — “All hat and no horses.”
A Durham County judge resealed multiple documents in the Faith Hedgepeth homicide case Wednesday, furthering officials’ tight-lipped handling of information in the investigation.
After a slew of last minute applications, the competition for Penny Rich’s Chapel Hill Town Council seat is heating up.
More than four months after the death of UNC student Faith Danielle Hedgepeth, Chapel Hill police announced Tuesday that DNA evidence at the scene of her homicide points toward a male suspect.
City Editor Chelsey Dulaney moderated the second video of The Daily Tar Heel’s “In 10” series, which brings together experts to explain current news topics in about 10 minutes. She sat down with Bonnie Hauser, Lee Storrow, Earl McKee and Harry Johnson to discuss the Orange County transit plan.