Orange County is well on the way to bringing its fleet into the space age.
Chapel Hill officials are considering plans to put another multi-story building on Rosemary Street — a hotel that would replace Los Potrillos Mexican restaurant and border the town’s historic Northside neighborhood.
The lack of a microphone was only the first time someone complained about not being heard at the Orange County Board of Elections meeting on Tuesday.
The Orange County Sheriff Democratic primary runoff election came to a close finish when candidates Charles Blackwood and David Caldwell Jr. faced off on Tuesday night.
When John Woodard told customers the pharmacy in Sutton’s Drug Store was closing down, he got a lot of concern that the entire store would be going out of business.
The North Carolina Supreme Court ruled the town of Chapel Hill does not have the authority to enforce an ordinance prohibiting the use of cell phones while driving.
People on Franklin Street lined up out the door of Sup Dogs, the Greenville-based restaurant which opened Monday.
The threat of a storm couldn’t overshadow the promise of progress on Thursday during the groundbreaking ceremony for the Rogers Road Community Center.
Most farms in North Carolina grow crops like corn, wheat and cotton. But Annie Baggett’s farm near Hillsborough produces a less popular commodity — lavender.
The future of development projects
You may have noticed some chalkboards spring up on Rosemary Street lately — or maybe not. The nondescript chalkboard squares were installed in a few locations by the Chapel Hill Downtown Partnership as part of the Rosemary Imagined program.
When Cydneé Sims wanted to draw attention to the Orange County senior center, she thought food trucks would be the way to do it. Sims invited five local food trucks to the Seymour Center and she said she was happy with the attention the rodeo brought to the center. She said a lot of people in the community do not realize they have a local senior center they can access.