The Heel, the student-run pub, shut down about 15 days ago due to building code violations and the need to refile liquor and alcohol permits with North Carolina Alcohol Law Enforcement.
No balloons, no streamers. It’s just another hard day’s work for Breadmen’s co-owner Roy Piscitello as the 40th anniversary of his popular Rosemary Street restaurant approaches.
Tenants for Chapel Hill’s upcoming mixed-use project at 123 W. Franklin St. are beginning to line up.
The potential jury pool for a contentious trial involving two fired Chapel Hill sanitation workers might have been tainted by biased coverage of the court proceedings on the town website, according to an attorney for the pair.
The competition is heating up between apartment complexes in Chapel Hill. This year two new luxury student apartment complexes — LUX at Central Park and Shortbread Lofts — will open near campus.
The deadline for his employees to sign up for the Affordable Care Act is quickly approaching, but Morris Gelblum said he doesn’t see it having any large influence on his business.
They call them “lunch angels.”
Chapel Hill Police Sgt. Bryan Walker was on Franklin Street Thursday night, but he wasn’t celebrating. He was keeping an eye on you.
Orange County is looking to pick up tax revenues it’s been missing out on.
Despite the growing popularity of electronic media, it appears people still like to lose themselves in the pages of a hard cover book.