Inside the glass doors, under the orange and white striped awning on Franklin Street, there’s a place with pleather bar stools and mustard-colored booths that are older than most UNC students and employees.
Establishments are going cashless. Some restaurants have stopped accepting bills or coins because they fear being robbed, while others see ‘going cashless’ as a step toward the digital future. Many establishments agree it increases cleanliness and efficiency. The conversation between businesses going cashless is not straight forward, but for some businesses they believe it makes more sense.
John Williams is the principal at Phoenix Academy High School in Chapel Hill and was recently named Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools Principal of the Year. Staff writer Jacquelyn Melinek spoke with Williams about the award and his experience as an educator.
Mother of two young children, business owner and fitness instructor at Fit4Mom are a few titles Amy Rosso holds.
This past Monday, Annetta Stokes Streater gave a premature farewell from the Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools Board of Education as her term expires in 2019. Now, with the election in November, the board of elections is extending its filing period for more candidates to apply for the vacant spot.
Early voting for local elections in Orange County starts Oct. 19 at the Orange County Board of Elections office and on Oct. 23 at the Carrboro Town Hall, Seymour Senior Center, and Chapel of the Cross. Early voting will end on Nov. 4 and Election day is Nov. 7.
Rainbows, ponies and kittens, oh my! Is it the Wizard of Oz on drugs? No, it’s St. Anthony Hall’s Lisa Frank-themed party, taking place Friday night.
Grayson Allen, a Duke Men's Basketball player, was suspended by Mike Krzyzewski "indefinitely" for being caught tripping an opponent for the third time since last year. However, this suspension only lasted for one game (which they lost).
December is sneaking up on us and, although it was 70 degrees yesterday, so will the chilly weather. With that being said, many students are trying to make the most of the outdoors while they still can and before all of Carolina shuts down from one inch of snow.