Crepe Traditions Opens on Franklin Street
A new restaurant opened its doors with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Friday. Crepe Traditions sells sweet and savory crepes for all occasions, along wi...
Fennebresque Out as Chair of the UNC Board of Governors
John Fennebresque has resigned from his post as Chair of the UNC Board of Governors. Not only has Fennebresque stepped down as chair, according to a n...
Stuart Scott Inducted Into NC Journalism Hall of Fame
Nine months after UNC grad and ESPN personality Stuart Scott died of cancer, he was honored with a ceremony and a place in the North Carolina Journali...
Hillsborough Police Asking for Public’s Help in Connection with Shooting
Hillsborough Police are looking for information regarding two recent incidents. Officers responded to a report of a shooting on Faucette Mill Road in ...
Chapel Hill Police Seeking Information Regarding Domestic Assault
Chapel Hill Police are looking for information regarding a suspect in a reported domestic assault. Chapel Hill Police are asking for information regar...
Demonstrators Gather To Support, And Oppose, Silent Sam
About 500 people gathered on campus Sunday, most of them opposed to Silent Sam.
Message from Chancellor Folt about Sunday rally
This message was sent to the campus community on Friday. It was forwarded to us tonight along with permission to share it with the Chapelboro commun...
Spellings Elected Unanimously Following Divisive Search Process
Former U.S. Secretary of Education Margaret Spellings has been named the new president of UNC’s 17-campus university system.
Lights, Camera, Action: Silverspot Officially Opens At U-Place
Silverspot's third US location features 13 screens and an upscale new restaurant.
It’s Margaret Spellings As New UNC System President
Margaret Spellings was Secretary of Education under George W. Bush.
Endorsements Roll Out As Early Voting Begins
Early voting begins Thursday and local groups are rolling out endorsements for November’s municipal election.
UNC Board Of Governors to Name New System President Friday
After months of controversy, the UNC Board of Governors is expected to elect a new system president Friday.
UNC Unveils New Solar Energy Project
A new solar energy project was unveiled at UNC on Tuesday. “How cool is this?” Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Winston Crisp asked at the Fran...
The Wainstein Report 1 Year later
Thursday marks one year since the UNC-commissioned Wainstein Report was released. In the 365 days since, both the NCAA and the university’s accredit...
UPDATE: Missing Teen Found
UPDATE: Chapel Hill Police have announced that Arafah has been found and returned safely home. Chapel Hill Police are searching for a missing 16-year-...
Kindergarten Readiness Program Aims to Close Achievement Gap
A local program is helping low-income and at-risk children prepare for kindergarten. 66 children from low-income families or that were identified as n...
“Ephesus-Fordham” To Be Rebranded; Village Plaza Done In A Year
Developer Lee Perry says Village Plaza will be completed (and renamed) by next October.
Chapel Hill Keeps Festifall 2015 Alive
Every fall, Chapel Hill is treated to the Festifall Arts Festival. But, earlier in October, the 43rd annual Festifall Arts Festival was cancelled due ...
Labor Shortage Hitting Local Construction
Local homebuilders say the national labor shortage is causing headaches and delays.
Tom Ross on UNC Presidential Search: ‘I’ve Stayed Out of It’
The UNC Board of Governors will be meeting at 11 o’clock on Friday morning to select a new System President. A tentative agenda for the meeting call...