Nearly two weeks have passed since President Donald Trump issued executive orders restricting immigration and the entry of refugees from seven majority-Muslim nations, and North Carolinians and advocacy organizations are charting their next steps.
On April 22, Dolly Parton’s first single — released when she was 13 years old — will be re-released, showcasing one of the country legend’s lesser-heard recordings.
Chapel Hill Downtown Partnership announced collaboration with Habitat for Humanity at annual meeting Friday
The Chapel Hill Downtown Partnership presented a report and plans for 2017 on Friday at its annual meeting was held at DSI Comedy Theatre.
Susan Levy, executive director of Orange County Habitat for Humanity, has dedicated the bulk of her professional career to community organizing and affordable housing in North Carolina.
About an hour after an event to honor Standing Rock protestors began in Hillsborough on Sunday, the participants held a group prayer to the four cardinal directions in honor of the Lakota and Dakota Sioux people, the protestors and the people who are currently in favor of the construction of the pipeline
"We gotta keep moving. We gotta keep going": Protesters gathered Friday to discuss post-election grievances
Protestors on Franklin Street chanted "Trump and Klan go hand-in-hand" and "No Justice, No Peace" on Friday night.
The renovation of the exterior of 137 E. Franklin St. began during the summer with the purpose of refreshing the building's look.
Family and friends gathered Sunday to celebrate the 2016 class of Town Treasures — a title that honors exceptional citizens of Chapel Hill and Carrboro.
On Nov. 8, registered voters in Orange County will decide on two bond referendums — the first deals with county schools and the second deals with housing.
The trial for former UNC student Chandler Kania continued Friday, with several of his friends testifying about the events preceding the crash on July 19, 2015.