A UNC senior is in serious condition at Duke Medicine hospital after crashing into a utility pole on U.S. Highway 15-501 last week.
Senior Alexis Simmons received half of the money she did in scholarships from the UNC School of Journalism and Mass Communication this year than last year.
It started as an idea to provide history and context on the issues her town and county governments were discussing.
When the PTA Thrift Shop opened the doors to its completely renovated location, it was finally prepared for throngs of devoted customers.
Linda Mews loves any chance to dress up. So when local senior groups came together to host a “The Great Gatsby”-themed gala Saturday, Mews knew she would be there.
El Centro Hispano needs a new Carrboro location — and it is quickly running out of time to find one.
Chapel Hill Town Council and Carrboro Board of Aldermen candidates came together Sunday to discuss how both towns can ensure affordable housing availability.
A hit-and-run on U.S. Highway 15-501 Friday left two cyclists dead, according to the Highway Patrol.
Orange County had 291 nonprofits in 2010, according to data from the North Carolina Center for Nonprofits. Alamance County, which has a similar population to Orange County, had 143.
Exterior construction has finished at Carrboro’s PTA Thrift Shop — but the nonprofit still has a long way to go to meet its million dollar fundraising goal.
Residents of Old Pittsboro Road in Carrboro expressed concern for the high amount of sewage runoff settling and polluting the street’s drainage ditches during a Board of Aldermen meeting Tuesday night.
Deborah Coonts, a UNC alumna, had her book “Lucky Bastard” published recently. The book is the fourth in the book series “A Lucky O’Toole Las Vegas Adventure,” which follows the story of fictional Lucky O’Toole. In the fourth book, Lucky tries to solve a murder of a co-worker.
Children, ages three to 12, created “extraordinary” art projects out of “ordinary” office supplies at the Ackland Art Museum’s Family Day on Sunday.