A group of Chapel Hill homeowners are pushing the town to abandon plans to allow small multifamily developments....
Adopting a pet should be a careful commitment to care for an animal for its entire life....
It’s easy to hate on banks. Everybody loves to do it. We just can’t make up our minds which ones to hate the most....
Perry Place, a new affordable housing apartment complex, will be open for signing leases on April 1....
March is a fabulous month in the South whereas it’s cold, gray, and dreary in northern climes....
A Boston developer came before Chapel Hill Town Council to discuss the early stages of its controversial research lab project Wednesday....
Sharing a meal with Carrboro resident Braxton Foushee, in a public restaurant, is as pleasurable as it is busy....
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GUEST COLUMNS & LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Guest Column: Calling for Action on 828 MLK Blvd. Site
Who Owns the Chapel Hill Housing Problem?
Is the Chapel Hill Town Council a Board of Trustees?
Chapel Hill Historical Society Seeks New Home
EDITORIAL / OPINION
Building the Road to Zero
The ruling idea in U.S. transportation culture is that roads should be built to allow drivers to get from point A to point B as quickly as possible.
Learning More About Where We Live
I thought I knew the South, but this trip has deepened my understanding. Maybe I should say it has woken me up.
Of banks large and small, their holdings, and you
It’s easy to hate on banks. Everybody loves to do it. We just can’t make up our minds which ones to hate the most.
Bus Rapid Transit Set for MLK Jr. Blvd.; Plans Focus on Transit-Oriented Development
The Wednesday, Jan. 18, Chapel Hill Town Council work session is scheduled to have a discussion about the planned route for a north-south bus rapid transit (BRT) line.
Comfort Foods – Vegan Style
It is said that food is medicine. But food also brings with it powerful connotations and memories that may be unrelated to health.
When the Bill Comes Due
When all the technology we had was a landline and a transistor radio, our bills were simple.
Triangle, Eastern NC Youth Kick It Out at Futsal Regional Tournament
What do Pickleball and Futsal have in common?
Favorite plants in March
March is a fabulous month in the South whereas it’s cold, gray, and dreary in northern climes.
John News v102: 3/6/23 — John learns about adopting pets.
Direct from his Chapel Hill home, it’s “John News,” a video podcast written, produced and performed by local youth John Wortman. The Local Reporter is proud to present “John News” to help, in John’s words, “bring some happiness to people during these trying times.”
The Messages We Send
I have long wondered about the ways in which we communicate with each other.
MOVIE NIGHT! Korean Homecomings, Ferocious Dragons and Reluctant Assassins
Every other week, our Movie Night! column previews the best upcoming films showing in Chapel Hill theaters – for those who still like to go out to the movies.
Sharing a meal with Carrboro resident Braxton Foushee, in a public restaurant, is as pleasurable as it is busy.
From $239,900 to $6,000,000: What Can You Buy Now in Southern Orange County?
It is March, and we are entering the spring housing market.
Rivals for Avian Real Estate
You may have noticed that spring has sprung earlier than usual in 2023.
The Dead Ringer
Like a homing beacon from the past, a century-old snapshot appears in the mail from an old cousin.
Vegan Table for Two
If you are vegan, as I am, you may have felt that little pang of anxiety when going to dine at a restaurant. Will they have something on the menu you can eat?