Carrboro’s first hotel opened its doors to guests last week, and members of the Carrboro Board of Aldermen were among the first guests.
A budget cut to the N.C. Alcohol Law Enforcement agency could mean fewer officers on staff — but not necessarily fewer alcohol citations.
Johnny T-shirt of Chapel Hill celebrates 30 years of business today with cake, games and free gifts.
More than 60 Orange County families are still waiting for relief after this summer’s flooding damaged their homes. Following the June 30 floods, Gov. Pat McCrory requested a state disaster declaration from the U.S. Small Business Administration, which gave victims federal funds to assist in recovery.
For months, parking in the Northside neighborhood has been a source of stress for landlords and tenants. And now, it’s the subject of the lawsuit.
At Sutton’s Drug Store on Wednesday, 90 years of inflation never happened.
Proposed changes to Chapel Hill’s food truck regulations drew criticism from town business owners during Wednesday’s Chapel Hill Town Council meeting.
Former employees of the now-defunct Pepper’s Pizza have filed labor complaints claiming owner David “Pepper” Harvey owes them thousands of dollars from missing paychecks.
The 501 Diner — located at 1500 N. Fordham Blvd. — closed its doors at the end of February. Diner owner Hassan Agourram said the restaurant has struggled during the economic downturn.
For years, Rev. Robert Campbell dealt with restricted mobility in his home. But Campbell said his life got a lot better when volunteers from a Habitat for Humanity program, A Brush with Kindness, built a ramp to his home last year.
Employees of the Town of Chapel Hill have started a new chapter in their social lives. Employees of the town of Chapel Hill have an opportunity to read books and get to know one another through the Words @ Work book club.
The Carrboro Board of Aldermen met Tuesday night to discuss downtown traffic circulation, specifically intersections with high traffic volume. Jeff Brubaker, Carrboro’s transportation planner, presented information on traffic circulation and changes that could occur after approved developments are built in 2014.
The idea is simple. Bar employees paint the black ceiling tiles white, then customers come in and paint whatever they want on it.