Chapel Hill police are still looking for the man who fired a gun on Franklin Street early Wednesday morning. Two women — one a UNC student — were assaulted during the incident, which occurred at about 2:10 a.m. at 108 E. Franklin St., outside of Walgreens.
One year ago today, Sonia Katchian and seven other members of Occupy Chapel Hill were staring down the ends of assault weapons.
Rev. Mark Davidson never expected a handful of spray-painted swastikas as a response to a bus ad his church took out in August.
Nearly eleven months after the Yates Motor Company building raid, David Maliken is still angry about the way police handled the situation.
After closing its doors nearly five years ago, a Chapel Hill landmark might finally get its second wind. Diane Fountain, a future owner of “The Rat,” said she expects to announce the new location any day now — and the restaurant could open before the end of football season.
The Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools Board of Education will have their first meeting of the 2012-13 school year on Thursday, but the dual-language program is not on the agenda.