The Chapel Hill-Carrboro Chamber of Commerce will host a Business After Hours luau at the Courtyard by Marriott in Chapel Hill.
This Friday at 3 p.m., Piedmont Biofuels will open the first biodiesel plant with the ability to use enzymatic catalysis to create renewable fuel.
Robert Poitras took a gamble on starting a craft-beer brewery in the Triangle at a time when craft beer was an idea that few had heard of.
According to the 2010 census, there are no Hispanic-owned restaurants in Carrboro.
Britney Wallace, of B. Wallace Design & Construction, LLC, has been named the 51st president of the Home Builders Association of Durham, Orange and Chatham Counties.
The Chapel Hill-Carrboro Chamber of Commerce has elected new officers and six new members to its 35-member volunteer board of directors.
Heâ€™s Not Here, the iconic Franklin Street bar known for its 32-ounce Blue Cups, was put up for sale by owner David Kitzmiller in January.
The Chapel Hill-Carrboro Chamber of Commerce has announced it will provide Green Plus scholarships to chamber members running small businesses.
The Hillsborough-based marketing firm Communication Matters has not only reinvented its name, but also its services.
The UPS Store at Carrboro Plaza is celebrating the month of February with two specials.
The training sessions will be held at the Orange County Historical Museum in Hillsborough from 12-1 p.m.
The Red Hen has flown the coop.
The ArtsCenter has made a tremendous financial turnaround since January, when the community arts organization was facing a deficit of $265,000.
Carol Woods Retirement Community received the Victor W. Marshall Award at the North Carolina Conference on Aging reception that was held in Charlotte last month.
At a meeting earlier this month, the Chatham County Board of Commissioners approved a points-based cash incentives agreement with Acme-McCrary.