When we are given the audacity to dream and set goals at an early age, one must be prepared if those dreams and goals soar. For Garrett Cloer, a product of rural northern Orange County, his dream and goal at age 10 was to play college football — somewhere.
I am severely allergic to latex, nickel and Neosporin. Now I am off work for two weeks due to a huge ulcerated lesion on my left knuckle.
I was thrilled when Missy Julian Fox and Elaine O’Neil involved me in their latest project and it wasn’t just because our meeting meant sipping Orangeade at Sutton’s Drug Store. I’d seen their excellence evolve in their first successful book, “Goodnight Carolina” (McDonald & Associates, ages 4-8 and their parents), a rhythmic lullaby of a book, which Fox calls “a love letter to my home town.”
Along with the rest of their class at summer camp, 9-year-old twins Xander and Velia Webb are collaborating on a project together. But this isn’t typical summer camp — it’s a weeklong technology camp offered by Chapel Hill-based Youth Digital.
The Hillsborough Fire Department responded Tuesday to a report of smoke at the condemned Colonial Inn and found the owner of the inn burning papers in the fireplace.
There are still no concrete plans for what the future may hold for the 176-year-old Colonial Inn, several months after the Town of Hillsborough spent $8,500 on a report outlining its development potential.
Yesterday, while trying to pull a bag of rice from the pantry shelf where it was wedged, causing an avalanche of rigatoni, quinoa, beans & rice mixes, spaghetti, pancake mixes, whey (why?), grits, couscous, tabbouleh mixes, noodles and panko, it hit me: the undeniable, indisputable, all-consuming, almost lustful fever to ... clean out and reorganize. Yes, the pantry, but not just that — everywhere!
Long-awaited plans for a Rogers Road sewer system received both praise and criticism Tuesday evening.
The Compass Center, a Chapel Hill-based nonprofit that provides a broad range of services to women and families in Orange County and surrounding areas, has chosen a new executive director.
Some members of the UNC system’s Board of Governors are skeptical of the real-estate leases UNC-Chapel Hill signs to use office buildings owned by the campus endowment fund.
The Hillsborough Fire Marshal has ordered the evacuation of Hillsborough’s condemned historic Colonial Inn, following an incident earlier this week.
A former U.S. Navy captain starts work at UNC-Chapel Hill on Monday as head of the office that oversees campus safety programs, including the campus police force.
A handful of small children sat in a classroom at New Hope Elementary Tuesday, playing with blocks and answering questions about the blocks’ colors and shapes. They had been in school for a week and a day as part of a new four-week kindergarten readiness program launched by the Family Success Alliance.
UNC-Chapel Hill student Chandler Kania posted a $1 million bond Tuesday and was released from the Orange County jail pending his trial on three counts of second-degree murder related to a triple-fatality car wreck.
Neil Offen is the internationally best-selling author of the international bestsellers Gidget Goes Red Chinese, The How to Get Fat Diet and other international bestsellers, as well as the man behind critically acclaimed supermarket shopping lists.