Many gas stations in Chapel Hill and Carrboro were completely out of gasoline as of Tuesday morning, but some are expecting deliveries within the next 24 hours.
The Red Clay Ramblers have been together longer than the majority of students at UNC have been alive.
Carrboro Coffee Roasters president and Open Eye Cafe owner Scott Conary will serve as head judge for the Cup of Excellence Awards. Conary will taste 200 types of coffee and judge each on their flavor, body and sustainability. Senior writer Lindsey Hoover spoke to Conary about his experiences in the coffee industry.
Michael Reinke, former executive director of the Inter-Faith Council, recently resigned due to a family member's health issues.
UNC Computer Science Professor Kris Jordan will follow you back on twitter — along with all 944 of his other students.
Roof – a new app created for better roommate communication – is changing the way roommates think about dividing household responsibilities.
First-years aren’t the only newcomers on campus this year — many new restaurants and breweries have come to the Chapel Hill area to get a taste of what this community has to offer.
Chapel Hill bookstore Flyleaf Books held a roundtable discussion on Thursday afternoon regarding how the HB2 bill has affected and will continue to affect small businesses in North Carolina.
It’s not every day that Googling leads to a $1 million grant given by the company themselves, but for a Carrboro-based nonprofit, that’s exactly what happened.
The Orange County Board of Commissioners came up with five topics to discuss with their legislators at the N.C. General Assembly short session on April 18. The Board of Commissioners chose topics to discuss so the general assembly can determine the next course of action for implementing any new rules regarding the issues at hand.
It's the most wonderful time of the year – back to school season. It's almost as great as the holidays, only with sweltering heat waves and instead of stuffing stocking, you're stuffing backpacks.
Every person who's up-to-date on the trends of the season knows that there's two ways to style every trend.
When you think fashion, you think high-end designers, trends and extraordinary clothes that only super models could pull off.
Small town charm is something in its own, and can leave a person feeling satisfied or it can leave a person ultimately wanting more.
White sand beneath your toes, the endless sounds of gentle waves crashing in the distance and the sweet feeling of tanned skin; all things that encompass the greatness that is a beach vacation.
With every season comes new fads and trends. Summer 2016 is no different.
Two weeks into summer vacation and those of us at home have hit that point, the point of no return, the point where we wake up in the morning and wear the same pair of nike shorts for the fourth day in a row.
Curly hair is truly a creature of its own.
Summer living is often times so easy, stress-free students forget that there are other clothing options outside of their Nike shorts and bathing suits.
Shallow, unconventional, materialistic