Speaking to a packed room Thursday, Mayor Mark Kleinschmidt addressed the question on everyone’s mind: Could what happened to Trayvon Martin happen here in Chapel Hill?
Hundreds of people could turn out on Franklin Street today for a N.C. NAACP rally protesting new laws passed by the N.C. General Assembly.
Ever since he shook Barack Obama’s hand during the 2008 primaries, Montravias King knew he wanted to get involved in politics.
With the sun gleaming on a new copper roof and children playing at the entrance, the historic Chatham County Courthouse opened its doors again to the community on Saturday.
In celebration of Women’s History Month, Preservation Chapel Hill brought together six prominent female leaders Saturday to share their insight on women’s leadership and issues in the Triangle.
With spring just around the corner, it’s time to welcome new members to the Chapel Hill Creamery family.
All Up In Your Business is part of a periodical update on local businesses in the Chapel Hill area. This week includes Carolina Brewery, Top This!, and Pita Pit.
On March 2, Matthew Prusik will receive a new service dog, giving the 28 year old with muscular dystrophy more independence.
As construction moves forward with the Shortbread Lofts development on Rosemary Street, developer Larry Short is reaching out to the Northside community to offer jobs to residents.
Maggie Hite — a circulation librarian at the Chapel Hill Public Library — is helping the library reach out to a group of people who wouldn’t normally be able to access it: inmates at the Orange Correctional Center.
A Chapel Hill startup wants to throw students epic 21st birthday parties. The startup TabSprint is offering college students in the Triangle $1,000 to host their parties.
The Orange County Board of Commissioners met Thursday to continue discussing the county’s proposed 2013-2018 Capital Investment Plan, which would allocate a total of $209 million for major projects during the next five years.
Strumming on the heartstrings of passersby, one Chapel Hill street performer aims to take his music to the next level.
Chapel Hill is officially the cool place to live. TravelOrMove.com, a website that picks the top destinations to travel or move to, recently listed Chapel Hill as one of its 64 super cool communities.
Fiesta Frog, a blog about popular college parties and bar specials, rated Top of the Hill as the 16th best college bar and hangout in the nation. Chapel Hill’s The Library, the only other ranked bar in town, placed 28th out of 50.
Recent ratings reveal that UNC students need to look no further than their own backyard for one of the best hangout spots nationwide. In July, Fiesta Frog, a blog featuring popular college parties and bar specials, rated Top of the Hill sixteenth out of its pick of the fifty best college bars and hangouts in the country.