Orange County is the fifth most expensive county in North Carolina to live in — tied with Durham and Chatham counties — and many residents with lower incomes have a hard time keeping up with the rising cost of housing.
Every January, groups of community members in Orange County gather one night to conduct the Point-in-Time count – a federally-mandated count of every homeless person in the county.
Might as Well Bar and Grill – a popular spot for college students in Wilmington – is opening a new location on West Franklin St. The restaurant and bar has taken over the space that Fitzgerald’s previously occupied
Former UNC student Chandler Kania was convicted Oct. 17 of three counts of involuntary manslaughter and one count of reckless driving.
At the bottom of the ballots in Orange County, voters decided to support two bond referendums.
Milk production has stopped at Maple View Farms after a fire started in the machine shop around 1 p.m. Sunday. Ice cream that has already been made will continue to be sold for the time being.
The former director of finance and administration at UNC’s Newman Catholic Student Center Parish has been charged with credit card fraud, paying himself an unauthorized salary and embezzling more than $150,000 from the parish, records state.
The beer is flowing and so is the money for “Don’t Be Mean to People: A Golden Rule Saison”— a beer campaign created in response to House Bill 2.
A popular student condominium complex that was built using potentially faulty piping does not disclose the possibility of plumbing accidents to leasers until an accident has already occurred.