Put down those dumbbells and stretch out your toes; a new barre studio is opening on Franklin Street with deals for college students. No experience required, but it's harder than it looks.
Currently, Chapel Hill and Carrboro have a very inefficient waste management infrastructure, and a panel established to solve the problem finally feel like they've started to find a solution.
An amendment to shift power towards the state legislature slated by Republicans fell short of approval, as 61.2 percent of voters reject the removal of a non-partisan board member from the Board of Elections, along with the removal of N.C. Governor's power. But some voters say the wording of the amendments on the ballots contributed to voter confusion.
The Board of Education voted to convert Glenwood into a magnet school with an emphasis on its Mandarin language immersion program.
It's old news that Chapel Hill has run into affordable housing issues in the past, but PeeWee Homes is looking to expand its tiny homes project to offer an alternative.
A North Carolina court ruled against giving the N.C. General Assembly control over the state Board of Elections, but voters may make this ruling obsolete by voting for a constitutional amendment this November.
The Durham-Orange light rail project is becoming more complicated as costs rise and promises aren't kept, and local officials are debating whether the project should continue.
Local protesters rally at the Halifax Mall to voice their concern about the nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court of the United States on Thursday night.
Julian Carr has been a controversial figure in Carrboro's history for years. This task force wants to contextualize his role while also showing how far the town has come.