Officers from the Carrboro Police Department are putting down their razors this month for a good cause.
Ephesus Elementary recently revamped a couple of benches on its playgrounds – but they have a bigger purpose than just providing a place to sit.
Greenbridge Condominiums, a commercial and residential development in Chapel Hill, has only a handful of condominiums left to sell – and they’re letting interested buyers help set the price.
Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools is looking for a member of the community to step in for the rest of Mia Burroughs’ term on the Board of Education, which expires in 2015.
The Orange County Board of Education is seeking public input as they begin the process of seeking a new leader for the district to replace interim Superintendent Del Burns.
In Efland, near the intersection of West Ten Road and Mt. Willing Road, the sound of the mill sings on a cold day. Here, logs are unloaded, stacked and sorted and graded, and when the day begins at Cates Saw Mill, there is tiresome work to be done.
The latest Disney movie, “Big Hero 6,” came to theaters last week, featuring as its protagonist a robotics prodigy who is on a mission to save his city.
Senior Jamie Dyke has two passions, said his former teacher Kathleen Laufer: the military and motivational speaking.
Jodie Jackson pulled up a picture on her tablet and smiled down at her daughter, wearing a tutu next to a block that said “1.”
“This was a few days before she went to the hospital for the first time,” she said. “At only 14 months old, I can honestly say that little girl is my hero.”
What is the connection between the new chancellor of the UNC School of the Arts and a best-selling Chapel Hill cookbook author?
Here are some hints.
First of all, the new chancellor, Lindsay Bierman, was until a few months ago the editor-in-chief of Southern Living magazine.
This Friday, cyclists and pedestrians in Carrboro can join together for a community ride – and become more visible on the road.
Chapel Hill Transit recently wrapped up another round of public meetings – the second of three – designed to spread the word about potential transit systems and to gather feedback from residents and transit riders.
An idea is only as good as what people know. Enter the role of moving an idea into the visual and word-of-mouth nooks and crannies of an audience, also known as marketing.
Motor vehicle accidents are the leading cause of death among teenagers in the United States. The National Association of Students Against Violence Everywhere recently received a grant from The Allstate Foundation to sponsor a teen safe driving and youth safety campaign. It will be led by 20 of its chapters across North Carolina, including Chapel Hill High School and East Chapel Hill High School.
“Who do you want to win?” Smith Middle School math teacher Andy Lathren asked the audience of students sitting in the gym. “Ben or Coach Tracy?”
“BEN!” Other teachers cheered.