Those living in neighborhoods near Horace Williams Airport were startled to see three low-flying, large military helicopters at the airport last week.
Lindy Pendergrass has served Orange County as its sheriff for the past 32 years, and following his announcement in November that he wouldn’t be considering reelection to a ninth term, six candidates filed in February to fill his shoes.
Something exciting is hiding behind Carrboro’s mask.
It’s game time at Hickory Tavern, and amid the clamor of Tar Heel fans cheering and clapping for their favorite team, Brent Wall makes his way around the restaurant fist pumping and hugging patrons.
Topper’s Pizza, a national pizza chain, will be moving into the spot left vacant by Gumby’s Pizza.
Ty Fenton has a mission: to rid Chapel Hill of grocery bags.
Those visiting Chapel Hill cemeteries have a ghost of a chance of finding every person buried there — more than 500 potential unmarked graves have been located in the town’s graveyards.
To look into the effects on local governments of recent legislation passed by the N.C. General Assembly, residents and public officials gathered Thursday night for a voter education panel.
The Neighborhood Night Out and Block Party emptied downtown residential streets Thursday and brought students and residents together for music, food and a celebration of community.
The race for Orange County Register of Deeds just got a little more interesting.
Members of the Carrboro Board of Aldermen are convinced the town needs better public transit options to connect with Durham.
West Franklin Street’s new bike corral has bicyclists riding high in their saddles. The Chapel Hill Downtown Partnership held a Park & Party event Thursday evening to cut the ribbon for the new bike corral, which is located in the parking lane across from McDonald’s.