In 1619, the first ship carrying enslaved Africans was brought to the U.S. UNC and the surrounding communities are commemorating this anniversary by hosting two art exhibits.
Anna Richards, president of the local NAACP branch, won North Carolina branch president of the year.
The medical supply company's arrival was met with enthusiasm from local government.
A few staff members in CHCCS schools are bridging the language barrier between school and home.
The Carrboro Board of Aldermen met Tuesday to discuss the possible detrimental effects of 5G, DACA beneficiaries in Carrboro and gender neutral language in the Town Code.
Chapel Hill Fire Chief Matt Sullivan looks back at his time spent as a public servant for the Town, as his career comes to an end.
A panel on the history of trap music, creating trap tracks and how trap is perceived in society engaged attendees in trap music culture at Beez in the Trap, hosted by UNC's Mu Zeta chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Incorporated.
Cat's Cradle is a well-known spot in Carrboro where all sorts of artists and collaborators come to perform, however a surprise appearance by J. Cole was the last thing many attendees thought they would get for $20 on a Tuesday night.
UNC is home to many secret societies, and each has a unique legend. Just in time for Halloween, learn about the hooded ghouls and their rumored meeting spots on campus on behalf of the Wilson Library archives.