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A multimedia tour of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with pictures of over 60 campus buildings and sites and history. Tour comes in three options: guided tour (with Arnie the animated tour guide), point and click map-based tour, or…

A selection of bars adjacent to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Reviews, parking information, and taxi listings.

A professional organization committed to representing employees of all North Carolina State agencies in Orange County, North Carolina

The Oxford Orphanage, located in Oxford, North Carolina and now known as the Masonic Home for Children, is documented through virtual tour, photo gallery, history, and interviews.

Features excerpts and photos from the book North Carolina's Hurricane History.

The North Carolina Scholastic Media Association (NCSMA) serves scholastic journalism and works for its advancement. Member schools include junior high and high schools from across the state. A few elementary schools are also members.

Chapel Hill's guide to late night eating -online menus, multimedia interviews, and reviews

Guide to Chapel Hill's best restaurants -online menus (for lunch and dinner), winelists, reviews, photos of the restaurants and the meals. Real Video interviews take you into the kitchen to meet the chefs.

The name Chapel Hill Historical Society suggests a focus upon the town of Chapel Hill, but the organization actually is equally concerned with the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, for the two are inseparable.

On Tuesday, 24 January 1961, at about 12:30 a.m., two hydrogen bombs fell to earth near the tiny farming village of Faro, NC. Obviously, neither bomb yielded its awful potential, or the world would today be mourning an infamous catastrophe. An…