Each November, Sarah Davies’ music room at New Hope Elementary School in Chapel Hill is covered with feather fuzz as her students sing about turkeys.
Each year, Weaver Street Market takes the interest gained from its endowment, the Cooperative Community Fund, and turns that money into grants for organizations that focus on giving people access to healthy foods.
Serene Majid, a junior, thought moving into her first apartment would be exciting, but instead of walking into a dream, she said she walked into a nightmare.
There’s a moment when Shaw Sturton is talking — he pauses to watch as his employee carries two espressos over to customers.
Since its release in 1951, J.D. Salinger’s “The Catcher in the Rye” has sold more than 65 million copies, and in that time, it has continually created a firestorm of debate over its fluent profanity.
Police officers are widely pegged for their love of coffee and doughnuts, but now that cup of coffee comes with a conversation instead.
Not every kid is going to eat Brussels sprouts or mushrooms, but that’s not stopping the Carrboro Farmers' Market from trying to encourage its youngest customers to eat healthy.
Having a lush garden isn’t always the best thing for your environment, and Chapel Hill residents will soon have the opportunity to learn why.
Earlier this month, seven startups joined accelerator program Launch Chapel Hill to help get their businesses off the ground.
Members of the Orange County Board of Commissioners and the county’s two school districts met Tuesday night to discuss the districts’ proposals on how to best improve their schools. “We are united in a common cause — to collaborate on the education of young people in Orange County, despite what’s going on in Raleigh,” Board chair Earl McKee said to open the meeting.
Eight candidates are currently vying for four open seats on the Chapel Hill-Carrboro Board of Education. Annetta Streater and David Saussy will attempt to retain their spots on the board. Chairman Mike Kelley and Board member Jamezetta Bedford's seats are up for grabs after the pair decided not to run for reelection after their terms expire this year.
Daily Tar Heel Staff Writer Meg Garner sat down with Chapel Hill residents "Flav" and Daniel Hepp, who were playing chess outside Asia Cafe, for Town Talk’s weekly Humans of Chapel Hill feature.