Former Faculty Want More Involvement In UNC
“Many retired faculty members have felt that they’ve been just, sort of, sent on their way without even a gold watch."
First Project Planned For Ephesus-Fordham District
Chapel Hill has received the first application to build on land in the Ephesus-Fordham district. Under new rules, the project could get started in 45 ...
Carrboro Plans ‘Think Local’ Economic Campaign
Carrboro residents and visitors can expect to see a major campaign in the near future to “Think Local First” when it comes to doing business in th...
Performance Acura Wins National Recognition
For the second year in a row, Performance Acura has been named one of the ‘Best Dealerships to Work For’ by Automotive News.
Driver Apprehended Going 76 MPH On MLK, Jr. Blvd.
How someone was able to reach speeds more than doubling the speed limit of Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard without getting in an accident is intrigu...
Chapel Hill Police Checkpoint Sparks Chase
Chapel Hill police arrested a man who they say fled from a police check point early Sunday morning.
UPDATE: Greenlaw Hall Opens On Schedule Tuesday
Students, faculty, and staff with business in Greenlaw Hall may have to put that work on hold for at least part of the day today.
Carrboro Kicks Off Local Government Meetings
The meeting begins Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at Carrboro Town Hall.
UNC Shows More Detail On Transcripts
UNC transcripts will now tell more than just about the student whose grades are being represented.
As Use Rises, Public Health Officials Push For E-Cigarette Controls
As the popularity of e-cigarettes continues to grow, public health officials across the country and here at home are calling for more research and str...
How To Help Family Members With Mental Illness
Classes begin Thursday at the Seymour Center for residents with family members struggling with mental illness.
Parents Aging? Remember The “40-70 Rule”
Are you turning 40? Are your parents turning 70? Now is the time to talk about aging.
OC Recognizes Women’s Equality Day
August 26 marked the anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment.
September Fundraiser/Concert Is “Not So Normal”
The "Not So Normal 5K" isn't just a 5K - it's an entire weekend of events, to raise funds for dozens of charities.
Love Bluegrass? Head To Moorefields
The "Bluegrass at Moorefields" festival Saturday, September 6 will benefit the historic site.
Election 2014: Voters Unhappy, Outcome Uncertain
Voters don't like the Democrats or the Republicans. So who will win in November?
Pre-K - 12 Education
CHCCS System Diverts School Waste From Landfill by Composting
Students of Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools are pitching in for a healthier environment and less landfill waste this year.
Pedestrian Struck In Carrboro
As of Friday morning, Carrboro PD Cpt. Atack says the condition of the pedestrian was unknown.
CH Mayor Says DHIC Project Isn’t DOA
Despite a setback to a plan to build affordable housing on town-owned land, Chapel Hill’s Mayor Mark Kleinschmidt says the project remains promising...
Embattled Gun Range Warned to Comply with Environmental Laws
An embattled outdoor shooting range in Chatham County is facing more than just the threat of a lawsuit from neighbors who call it a “nuisance.” Th...