Participants in Liza Engstrom’s laughter yoga class can leave their yoga mats at home. Engstrom’s one-hour classes incorporate traditional yoga practices, such as stretching and meditation, with lots of laughing to achieve physical, emotional and mental benefits.
Carrboro High School students in Matt Cone’s global cultures class concluded a semester-long unit that investigated racial issues with a panel discussion open to the community on Tuesday night.
For many residents living in Camelot Village Condominiums, flood damage has become an unfortunate and recurring reality.
Customers of the bar He’s Not Here saw their typical Blue Cups turn pink for the last half of October.
Franklin Street was filled with Minions, Noah's ark and the famed He's Not blue cups for a Halloween celebration Monday night.
A town hall discussion on Saturday will commemorate 50 years of desegregation in Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools.
Zubair Rushk rattled off his criminal record from his home country of Syria.
One year, two months and 30 days after the crash. Six days of testimony, two days of jury deliberation. Twelve to 16 years in prison.
After two days of deliberation, a jury found former UNC student Chandler Kania guilty of three counts of involuntary manslaughter and one count of reckless driving Monday.
Chapel Hill lawyer Syd Alexander pointed to his favorite rose in the Gene Strowd Community Rose Garden, the Fragrant Cloud. His law partner Steve Miller doesn’t have a favorite, but he particularly liked Neptune.