This is not the first time a chapter of Alpha Kappa Psi, a co-ed business fraternity, has been under investigation following reports of hazing.
From Spanky's to Sugarland to Smoothie King, catch up on all the business news you might've missed in 2018.
Taking a step away from the bustle of Black Friday, Rumors Boutique hosted local entrepreneurs selling hand-crafted jewelry, clothing and kombucha at its Small Business Saturday market.
Though the decor is still the same, Country Fried Duck has been replaced by Night School, a bar that specifically targets university students.
Finding affordable child care in Chapel Hill has proven to be nearly impossible for many working parents, and Town resources are stretched to the limit.
In the wake of Hurricane Florence, affordable housing complexes around Chapel Hill were subject to some of the worst flooding. Residents came back to damaged apartments, but because of housing costs, they don't have the option of immediately relocating. “I don’t know what I’m going to do,” said Frankie Fuller, a 61-year-old Camelot Village resident. “I can’t stay there; (my apartment) is demolished. The only thing I might be able to save is my fishing box.”
Hurricane Florence broke the North Carolina record for rainfall during a tropical storm, beating the previous record of 24.06 inches set by Hurricane Floyd in 1999. Chapel Hill received 6.5 inches of rain between noon on Sunday and noon Monday. In a Monday afternoon briefing, Gov. Roy Cooper urged citizens to practice caution as the state deals with the effects of the hurricane's passing. “My most important message is first: for many parts of North Carolina, the danger is still immediate,” Cooper said. “Flood waters are rising as rivers crest, and they will for days.”
The latest information on evacuations, shelters, grocery stores, transportation and canceled events ahead of Hurricane Florence.
Chapel Hill police responded to reports of multiple gunshots fired near Country Fried Duck on Sunday.
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.
Rosa del Carmen Ortez-Cruz posed for a portrait showing her scars on her stomach from when she was stabbed by her former partner in Honduras.
CHCCS students, parents and teachers meet at YouthWorx on Main office in Carrboro.
The Orange County Board of Commissioners met Nov. 9.