“Why must September 11 always be remembered?” author R.C. Mulcahy asked a crowd of about 20 people gathered at UNC-Chapel Hill Wednesday night.
It’s a tale of hard work and reunion – and one that’s sure to involve a wagging tail.
Blue, a dog rescued from the streets of Chile, is set to find a new home in Hillsborough Sept. 26.
It all started in July, when 16-year-old Andie McKinnon took a trip to Chile to visit the foreign exchange student her family had hosted.
“I have never sold a single one of them.”
Chapel Hill businessman and real estate appraiser P.H. Craig was talking about his treasured collection of old cars.
Orange County announced last Thursday that it will move ahead and continue discussion to remediate the Rogers Road community in Chapel Hill.
Soon, tow signs in Chapel Hill may communicate with drivers more clearly.
Soon, the Chapel Hill and Carrboro police departments will be better equipped to respond to calls and save lives.
Fast-casual chain Tom+Chee will open at 300 E. Main St. in Carrboro by early next year.
Hillsborough welcomed 75 town leaders and tourism officials Thursday from across the state to view its new trail and participate in a two-day conference about the Mountains-to-Sea Trail.
Last school year was an exciting one for Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools as it opened its newest elementary school, Northside Elementary. This year, the good news continues as Northside celebrates becoming the first elementary school in North Carolina to be recognized for its sustainability.
I’ve finally sold the house, and in a desperate attempt to be able to pack up this entire house in only three or four boxes, I decided to have a yard/garage sale ( I use the two terms interchangeably because, please, you take the stuff out of your GARAGE and put it in your YARD -- what’s the dif?!)
Bonnie Hauser, who arrived here in 2002 after a life of living in the corporate world of Manhattan, Chicago and then Evanston, came to Orange County because she wanted to try rural life.
This month, police departments across the state will be even more vigilant to help pedestrians and cyclists travel streets safely.
Our high hopes for a celebration next April came crashing down.
These hopes centered on the prospect of celebrating the 100th birthday of Barbara Stiles and Bernice Wade in April 2015.
Why would 300-plus public school teachers storm the Chapel Hill American Legion Hall last week?
Residents of Chapel Hill and Hillsborough now have a new option to help their environment and their finances in one fell swoop: going solar.