Openly Gay NC Mayors Pen Letter to Governor
Openly gay mayors in North Carolina – including Chapel Hill’s Mark Kleinschmidt and Carrboro’s Lydia Lavelle – have penned an open letter to G...
Supreme Court Rejects N.C. Appeal on Election Law
The Supreme Court has passed up an early chance to review a contested election law that opponents say limits the ability of African-Americans to vote.
Chapel Hill Police Make Arrest in Stabbing Death
Chapel Hill Police have arrested 25-year-old Charles Anthony Rhames in connection with a fatal stabbing on Franklin Street Friday night. Police have ...
“Cupcakes & Cocktails” Will Benefit OCRCC
"Cupcakes & Cocktails" is one of many events the OCRCC is hosting for Sexual Assault Awareness Month.
PlayMakers 15/16 Season Features “Sisters,” “Sweeney”
PlayMakers' 2015/16 season will take theatergoers around the world.
This May, A Race That’s “Not So Normal”
Now an annual tradition, the Not So Normal 5K raises funds for numerous causes.
Fundraiser Will Support Kids “Learning Outside”
Learning Outside is a nonprofit dedicated to connecting kids with nature.
GOPers Like Cruz; Nobody Loves Kentucky: PPP
Two surveys from Public Policy Polling show Ted Cruz gaining and Americans split on the Final Four.
Lavelle, Other Electeds Tour Future Light Rail Line
The light-rail line connecting Durham and Chapel Hill is still more than a decade away from becoming a reality – but planners are already hammer...
Chatham Park Foes Demand Stop to Related Highway Work
Pittsboro is rejecting a demand to stop construction on the U.S. 64 Bypass.
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Community Dinner Brings Folks Together
Winner of a national cultural diversity award, the Community Dinner is an annual tradition.
Fight For Mental Health Goes Through Faith Communities
Chapel Hill is the site of a mental health conference for faith communities this month.
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Paws4Ever Hosts Easter Egg Hunt…For Adults
An Easter egg hunt for adults? Why not? Paws4Ever is hosting one on Saturday.
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This Month, “The War Ends” In Hillsborough
Hillsborough marks the 150th anniversary of the end of the Civil War with a month-long series of events.
Senate Bill Would Increase Professor Course Load
A recently proposed NC Senate Bill would require all professors in the UNC System to teach at least eight classes per academic year. This legislation,...
PlayMakers Travels “4000 Miles”
PlayMakers wraps up its season with one of the most acclaimed plays of the decade.
Chapel Hill Police Looking for Robbery Suspect
Chapel Hill police are asking for your help identifying the man who robbed a gas station on Franklin Street Tuesday. Chapel Hill Police Lt. Josh Mecim...
Police Investigate Noose Found On Duke Campus
Duke students, staff and faculty are looking for answers after a noose was reportedly found hanging from a tree on campus early Wednesday morning.
NCCU Students Involved in Fatal Crash
A North Carolina Central University student was involved in a fatal car accident on Tuesday evening, according to a statement from the university. Dur...
Orange is Healthiest County in State
County-by-County Health Reports were released by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, on Wednesday. Orange County is the healthiest county in the Tar H...