My dear town, we have a problem.
BIG CITY: Taking it to the streets
Regular readers of this paper know that right about this time of year we tend to start warning people to pay a little closer attention.
The following was excerpted from remarks given by Sammy Slade at the commemoration of the 67th anniversary of the bombing of Hiroshima on Monday.
BIG CITY: More music, more life
The other day in a different publication, someone referred to the band Iâ€™ve played in for 20 years as part of the Chapel Hill music scene.
LETTER: Is cheap government an option?
Is our government bloated much beyond actual need?
LETTER: Beauty is truth
We are often stunned by the connection of the past with the present â€¦ and our future.
BIG CITY: The downtown limits
The vitality and the buildup of Chapel Hillâ€™s downtown has been driven by the fortunes of the university and economic trends of the region.
A few answers on fracking
Last week I received an inquiry from a reader about fracking. I am sharing our staffâ€™s answers.
LETTER: Carrboro doesnâ€™t need CVS
As an ex-professor who spends a great deal of time enjoyingÂ downtown Carrboro, I venture to add one more perspective.
GOP vision pushing NC backwards
The General Assembly recently completed one of the most difficult and disappointing sessions I have been a part of.
BIG CITY: Managing our growth
I donâ€™t mean to harp on food trucks, but the other night there was one main reason why I headed west instead of east.
BIG CITY: Fracking not a done deal
The odds of wide-scale fracking in this state are not as good as you think.
LETTER: Fireworks harm animals
I was dismayed when it was announced this year that Chapel Hill would reinstate its tradition of fireworks at Kenan Stadium on July 4.
BIG CITY: Notes from a day off
Last night I watched a thunderstorm move across Pleasure Island.
LETTER: Workers let garden grow
A local crisis was averted on Thursday night, thanks to a crew of landscapers.