With two kids and no money, Z. needed money fast, and she realized that selling her time — and in some cases, herself — online was her best option. Because of the internet, escort and sex work has changed since the days of standing on street corners.
With classes back in session, students are enjoying Chapel Hill bars and nightlife — and so is Alcohol Law Enforcement.
You might see her at a rave with music-lovers or hear her name in the lyrics of popular hip-hop songs.
The Chapel Hill Police Department is cracking down on businesses selling alcohol to underage buyers.
Whether they are stealing cheese or “twerking” in the street, Chapel Hill residents have proven to be an odd bunch for police.
It’s a second job for most of the people involved. The program receives no money for its efforts. And it’s hard to encourage their participants to finish.
Chapel Hill Police say students and residents should make sure to lock up before leaving for break this week.
Chapel Hill Police Department invites students to get to know police through Community Police Academy
Chapel Hill police want to get to know students.
There will not be doughnuts available, but officers of the Chapel Hill Police Department will congregate at Market Street Coffeehouse Friday morning. The officers will not be responding to an emergency. Instead, they will be sitting down to chat with residents.