The Orange County Department of Social Services is working to connect potential foster kids with relatives — meaning more of them can live with people they trust instead of strangers.
It was working with the Gillings School of Global Public Health’s Global AIDS project that made Jackie Kaufman aware of how many children die each year from diseases.
Earlier this year, a court dismissed two parents’ claims that their autistic daughter didn’t receive appropriate educational services from Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools.
George Kenan celebrated his 100th birthday and 26th year as a burn survivor at the North Carolina Jaycee Burn Center’s 22nd annual “Celebration of Life” event Saturday.
Panzanella restaurant in Carr Mill Mall is shutting down after 14 years of business. The restaurant is part of the Weaver Street Market Cooperative and originally opened to feature locally grown food and fresh ingredients.
The Chapel Hill Town Council tabled a public hearing that would have examined funding options for providing water and sewer hook ups to the Rogers Road neighborhood during its meeting Monday night.
When she saw an ad for Monday Night Law at the Chapel Hill Public Library, Mengnan Dennis knew she could finally receive the legal advice she needed.
Natalie Dankner used to hate her job as an office assistant, but now she can’t wait to get to work. Natalie has autism — and while the majority of autistic adults face unemployment, she has been working at Extraordinary Ventures for five years.
The town of Chapel Hill wants to purchase Camelot Village Condominiums — a community damaged by floods six times in the past 30 years.
Even beyond the college town culture of Chapel Hill, beer is taking center stage in April as part of North Carolina Beer Month. Local businesses have taken the opportunity to recognize the month-long celebration.
The police reports of Carrboro and Chapel Hill are sometimes filled with strange and unusual crimes.
People walking down Franklin Street often stop by Spanky’s Restaurant and Bar just to see walls covered with — caricatures.