The Inter-Faith Council for Social Service began a conversation 13 years ago that later became FoodFirst, a combination of the IFC’s community kitchen and food pantry.
Meals on Wheels held an event Wednesday to celebrate 40 years of community service in Chapel Hill and Carrboro
The passing of House Bill 2 has left members of Chapel Hill government upset and unsure of what's to come.
On Monday, the Chapel Hill Town Council set aside $688,395 for affordable housing in the fiscal year 2016 budget and decided to allocate funds to several non-profits through the Affordable Housing Development Reserve.
From 1992 to 2012, food sales from farms in Orange County grew from $40,000 to $1,422,000.
The Chapel Hill Police Department said an estimated 15,000 students and residents flooded Franklin Street following UNC’s 76-72 victory over Duke Saturday night.
As the final buzzer rang at Cameron Indoor Stadium affirming UNC's 76-72 win over Duke, the Chapel Hill police decided it needed more enforcement on Franklin Street for the quickly growing crowd as UNC students and Chapel Hill residents fled to Franklin Street to participate in a rivalry tradition
Candidates for the District 1 and at-large seats on the Orange County Board of Commissioners gathered at the Lake Hogan Farms Club House to answer questions from the public.
Trinity Court seemed like any other neighborhood this past Christmas Day. Children were playing with their new toys outside while being watched by their parents. Everyone was celebrating the holiday.
The issue of rural representation in Chapel Hill’s Planning Commission and Board of Adjustment arose in a special joint meeting Thursday between the Orange County Board of Commissioners and the town leaderships of Chapel Hill and Carrboro.