The Inter-Faith Council for Social Service celebrated local restaurantsâ€™ participation in the Restaurants Giving Ten Percent (RSVVP) program last week.
The Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools Board of Education discussed student outcome data and received an update on the new Common Core curriculum.
Fifty-one Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools high school students have been named 2013 National Merit Semifinalists.
State Superintendent June Atkinson and State Board of Education Chair Bill Harrison recognized the Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools district with two graduation achievement awards.
Chapel Hill High Schoolâ€™s Honors Theater IV class will present Edward Albeeâ€™s Whoâ€™s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? tonight (Thursday) through Sunday.
The Carrboro High School football team annihilated the Chapel Hill Tigers.
Tift Merritt performs for a crowd of nearly 4,000 concertgoers who came out for the Cradle in the Commons event last Friday.
The Carrboro Board of Aldermen on Tuesday voted unanimously to rezone three parcels of land at the intersection of Alabama Avenue and Jones Ferry Road.
The Chapel Hill Town Council on Monday voted 5-4 to approve the Charterwood project.
Exactly how much taxis can charge has become a little clearer following the Chapel Hill Town Councilâ€™s vote to approve an ordinance regulating taxis in town.
The Orange County Board of Health is considering proposing a rule that would further limit places where smoking is allowed in Orange County.
An estimated 28 miles of the Mountains to Sea Trail are planned to run through Orange County.
Chapel Hill Town Council members did not specify how much funding they would provide for the Rogers Road neighborhood.
Chapel Hill Transit will provide a free shuttle from the Carrboro Plaza Park and Ride to the Carrboro Music Festival.
The UNC Board of Trustees passed a resolution on Sept. 19 requesting that Chancellor Holden Thorp reconsider his decision to step down.