A survey conducted by the Marian Cheek Jackson Center shows there’s work to be done when it comes to the relationships of students living in Chapel Hill’s Northside neighborhood and their landlords.
Town officials and advocacy organizations are using a $3 million loan from the University to help long-term, low-income residents find homes in the Northside neighborhood — but some landlords say the market has already shifted to better suit student renters.
Carrboro businesses and residents are the latest victims of a nationwide phone scam from someone posing as a Duke Energy employee.
Northside neighborhood landlords are concerned their voices are not being heard in decision-making processes.
Her whole life, Demetrise Stephenson-Cobb dreamt of becoming a police officer and eventually working for the State Bureau of Investigation.
Business leaders and residents have voiced a mix of excitement and hesitation regarding a proposal to build an Arts and Innovation Center in Carrboro.
Two Triangle professionals will be speaking at the GreenNC 2014 symposium in Raleigh Thursday, presenting their work on Northside Elementary.
Chapel Hill is taking safety precautions for cyclists and pedestrians by painting road symbols and changing crosswalk signals.
When it comes to finding a place to live, UNC graduate students are left with limited options that require a choice between affordability or convenience. But local developers are suggesting a solution in the form of a proposed new apartment complex.