Few adults are ever able to acknowledge they followed their dreams and became those moments that had been keeping them awake at night.
Next weekend, Creative Carrboro invites those interested to the Carrboro Farmers’ Market for an information session about a potential arts district in the town.
After 36 years of offering fresh food in Carrboro, the Carrboro Farmers’ Market is asking for help – and giving its shoppers a new way to get involved in the market.
More than 50 people gathered in Carrboro on Monday evening to discuss policing in Carrboro and to voice their concerns.
The fifth annual Handmade Parade is coming to downtown Hillsborough.
What was that book that the wounded Confederate soldier Inman carried with him on his journey from the Raleigh hospital to his mountain home in “Cold Mountain” by Charles Frazier?
We all have a fire that burns inside. In Efland, off Harmony Church Road, Erin Hils is feeding her flame with ingredients that she hopes will burn and give light for a really long time.
Parents hopped, leapt and rolled balls Tuesday as part of a weeklong initiative inviting parents to P.E. class at Morris Grove Elementary.
In an attempt to bring together dog rescue groups and potential adopters, UNC-Chapel Hill graduate Alicia Greenwalt has launched a kickstarter campaign for Pup’uccino.
Chapel Hill people live in the shadow of one of the world’s great universities, a place packed with faculty, staff, and students who are filled with knowledge and are enthusiastic about sharing it.
Chapel Hill town council agreed to a proposal Monday night that allots part of the existing Affordable Housing Fund as emergency money for a housing crisis that forced 89 families to search for a new place to call home.
The town of Hillsborough invites you to come help it celebrate its new Riverwalk next weekend.
The Riverwalk is about two miles long and is the newest portion of the Mountains-to-Sea Trail, a conceptual trail that extends from the Great Smoky Mountains to the Outer Banks.
People from all over the county gathered in Chapel Hill Monday to discuss how to improve Orange County’s food system and how to form a food council.