Minority business owners across Chapel Hill share their experiences and the hard work that went into building their businesses.
Orange County is facing a retail gap that has lost the county millions of dollars in potential revenue. The retail gap happens when residents report spending more money than businesses in the area report in sales, meaning residents are going to other areas to do their shopping. This leads retailers to choose towns like Durham over Chapel Hill. “We’re still a University-driven retirement town for wealthy folks,” said Mike Clayton, owner of Clayton Commercial Realty.
After Hurricane Florence hit the Carolinas, the town of Windsor teamed up with several North Carolina counties to provide emergency services to those affected. These teams are still deployed to continue relief efforts.
Already tired of Lenoir? We get it. Here's a list of grocery stores in the area and how to get to them from South Campus.
Though state and federal aid will be available to North Carolina after the hurricane, we compiled some of the best organizations to donate to if you want to help.
Chapel Hill locals prefer local businesses, but it's not easy to start one.
Thousands of members of Chapel Hill's workforce are forced to commute or move out of town because of the local housing "crisis." Here's how the town is leading the conversation.
Students are coming back to Chapel Hill to find some favorites have closed, but they may also discover new ones.
Located right on Franklin Street, Trolly Stop Hot Dogs is a typical college campus burger and hot dog joint. Staff writer Laura Brummett visited to try their new “Impossible Burger.”
Early voting for the Orange County primary election opens this Saturday and will last until Saturday, May 5. The early voting sites include the Hillsborough Board of Elections, the Carrboro Town Hall, the Chapel of the Cross in Chapel Hill, Efland Ruritan Club Building and the Seymour Senior Center in Chapel Hill.