Now in its 27th year, the 2021 Orange County Artist’s Guild Studio Tour is back and will take place the first two weekends in November – the 6th, 7th, 13th and 14th.
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Just after midnight on Aug. 13, the silhouette of a slight figure, pale in the summer moonlight, could be seen among the graves in Carrboro's Westwood...
One of the advantages of gardening in the Piedmont is that we gardeners can aim to have something in bloom almost 12 months a year – but this takes some...
It’s October again, the days are growing shorter, the nights crisper, leaves are changing colors and falling to the earth, it’s many people’s favorite...
The intersection of Franklin Street and Church Street in Chapel Hill resounded with country music and revelry Friday night, all in the name of a noble cause.
Between a police station and plenty of coal ash is the predicament the Chapel Hill Town Council found themselves in on Wednesday evening. An updated report found that an over 50-year-old coal ash dump poses no threat to public health in its current state.
As the leaves fall, the signs rise. And while political yard signs are not literally as numerous as autumn leaves, they certainly seem that way. Particularly in and around Chapel Hill and Carrboro.
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It started with a sense of loss. Over the last dozen or so years, the Chapel Hill-Carrboro community had experienced the disappearance of a number of local newspapers — The Chapel Hill News, The Chapel Hill Herald…
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Now in its 27th year, the 2021 Orange County Artist’s Guild Studio Tour is back and will take place the first two weekends in November – the 6th, 7th, 13th and 14th.Read More
THE WILD SIDE
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