Suzannah Claire Perry
One Chapel Hill man was found dead at the scene by Chapel Hill Police and Fire Departments.
Art Pope — a well-known and formidable conservative figure within North Carolina politics — was appointed by the N.C. Senate Thursday evening to the UNC Board of Governors.
North Carolina will remain in Phase 2 of COVID-19 reopening for an additional three weeks. Here's why.
At a virtual press conference hosted by the North Carolina State AFL-CIO, essential workers joined labor organizers and policy analysts to urge U.S. Sen. Thom Tillis to support the HEROES Act, a $3 trillion piece of federal legislation awaiting Senate approval.
At the fourth protest in Chapel Hill in the past two weeks, students, teachers and community leaders alike joined to talk about the role of education in systemic racism, and changes they want to see in Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools.
For less than 24 hours, incoming students in Rams Village grappled with the uncertainty of having their opportunity to get a meal plan taken away.
Dr. Jim Causby will return to CHCCS as interim superintendent starting on July 1 and will remain in the position until a permenent superintendent is found.
The mask requirement begins this Friday and will extend through August 31.
Last week, UNC Black Congress posted on social media that the organizers of a June 3 Chapel Hill protest were in "cahoots" with police, and recommended its members not attend. It recommended they attend two other protests instead, one in Durham and another in Chapel Hill.
On Saturday in Winston-Salem, the largest crowd of eight days of demonstrations in the city to that date gathered to protest the deaths of George Floyd and others lost to police brutality.
A Chapel Hill Police Officer stands guard at the Chapel Hill protest hosted by Black Congress on Friday, June 15, 2020.
Protestors march past a Police Officer in Chapel Hill on Friday, June 12, 2020 during a protest against police brutality.
Thousands gathered and marched to the State Capitol Building at the NAACP-sponsored "Historic Thousands on Jones Street" (HKonJ) march in downtown Raleigh on Saturday, Feb. 8, 2020.
Protestors walk through downtown Durham with a police vehicle in the street on Monday, June 1, 2020.
The crowd at the 2020 HKonJ march stretched from West Morgan Street to East Hargett Street.
Local leaders, including Damon Seils, a member of the Carrboro Town Council, and Chapel Hill-Carrboro NAACP President Anna Richards, joined U.S. Rep. David Price, D-District 4, at the 2020 HKonJ march.
Thousands gathered and marched to the State Capitol Building at the NAACP-sponsored "Historic Thousands on Jones Street" march in downtown Raleigh on Saturday, Feb. 8, 2020.