Town Council Wary Of East Franklin Hotel Plan
A plan for a new hotel on East Franklin Street met with opposition from residents and the Chapel Hill Town Council last week
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Recognizing Heroes, Past And Present
Vote for local sports heroes; a touching photography exhibit; civil rights; senior volunteers; and fire trucks.
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Katie Early Of Ipas Awarded Planned Parenthood Lifetime Achievement Award
Early was honored with the Margaret Sanger Award...
Suspect Named In Friday Shooting
Dennis Junious Clark, 23, is wanted for Attempted First Degree Murder after a downtown shooting Friday.
Do Proposed Changes In Poultry Inspections Address Contamination Concerns?
This proposed change, Danner said, has very little to do with food safety from the perspective of a consumer.
Orange Commissioners Seek Input on Recycling
The Orange County Board of Commissioners voted unanimously to conduct two more public hearings on a contentious recycling issue in Orange County.
Shooting In Downtown CH; One Victim
CHPD responded to a shooting at 6:30 p.m. at the intersection of Mitchell Lane and W. Rosemary Street.
UNC Student Body Pres: “Disgusted” By Athlete/Academic Accusations
Student body president Christy Lambden spoke out harshly against reports that many UNC athletes struggle to read.
At U.S. Mayors Conference, Kleinschmidt Talks Transit
Chapel Hill Mayor Mark Kleinschmidt attended the U.S. Conference of Mayors this week, with transportation as a key focus.
Chapel Hill Music Teacher Honored at Memorial Concert
A free concert to honor the late music teacher Pearl Seymour will take place at 3 p.m. Saturday, at The Robert and Pearl Seymour Center in Chapel Hill...
“My Love Song To Orange County”
Local author Barbara Claypole White says her latest novel, "The In-Between Hour," was inspired by rural Orange County.
UNC Family Medicine Hosting “Affordable Care Act Enroll-a-Thon” Saturday
It’s a chance to get all of your questions answered about ObamaCare and enrolling in the Health Insurance Marketplace.
Folt: UNC Responsible For Phony Classes, But “Getting It Right”
Carol Folt criticized UNC's enabling of phony classes in the past, but had little to say about Mary Willingham.
Commissioners Nix Orange County Fair Plan
The Board of Commissioners voted Thursday to put plans for an Orange County fair on hold indefinitely, citing concerns about cost.
School Delays – Friday, January 24
Chatham County Schools - students on a two-hour delay (due to low temperatures)
NC Deaths Due To Flu Increase 33
The death of a child due to the flu was reported in Alamance County Wednesday...
Art’s Angle: 56 And Counting
The way I see it, Clemson is lucky to be only 0-56 in men’s basketball games played in Chapel Hill. After all, they began playing back in 1926, whic...
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This Weekend In OC: Arts! Concerts! Tax Relief?
Concerts at the Seymour Center, art events all over the county, and help with taxes and health care.
2 Hillsborough Armed Robberies Reported Within 3-Day Span
The resident returned inside and found an armed man coming out of a back room....
UNC Employees Criticize University’s Response To Major Data Breach
“They do not feel secure anymore. Their sense of security in regards to their data has been lost,” Streeter said.