Stay up-to-date on community news and events here!Read More
If a hurricane strikes Chapel Hill, it puts pets in danger just as much as their owners. Planning ahead can help your pets survive with you.
South Columbia/Rosemary parking lot entrance will remain closed for approximately the next six months.
She had just finished a steak dinner at the banquet on the last day of the meetings when she suddenly had trouble breathing.
A broken tree wedged against a chimney.
On August 18-19, Carrboro residents will be counting all the pollinators they can find in their environment for the 2023 Great Southeast Pollinator Census.
Depleted federal funds will cause significant staff layoffs and program dissolutions at the Orange County Rape Crisis Center.
Viewers who came to the opening reception at the Ackland Art Museum could catch a glimpse of bold, bright slashes of color through the doorway of the ART& space room.
Fire investigation officials have determined that the fire originated on the roof of The Mediterranean Deli was accidental.
Sedgwick Raynard Barnes Jr., age 30, was charged with First Degree Murder.
The Carrboro Police Department is investigating two separate cases, a homicide and a sexual assault.
Fire tore through an iconic Franklin Street eatery Saturday.
Diced, sliced, roasted, curried, fresh and juicy tomatoes were the main event at Carrboro Farmers’ Market’s annual tomato festival.
More than 1,300 festival goers commemorated the end of Slavery in the United States in Chapel Hill and Carrboro this weekend.
Hundreds of people gathered to enjoy a free concert by the state symphony Tuesday evening.
The Chapel Hill Pride Promenade took place on a warm and sunny Saturday last week.
A local restaurant is providing food entrepreneurs the chance to get their start.
Something is cooking in Chapel Hill, but it will no longer be sweet potato biscuits and fried chicken at a Rosemary Street institution.
Local clergy are coming together to provide funding for a community center at the Weavers Grove Habitat for Humanity project.
The Town of Carrboro City Council approved a resolution on Tuesday to place its third truth plaque on the homeplace of Toney and Nellie Strayhorn.
Adopting a pet should be a careful commitment to care for an animal for its entire life.
Chris Dittmer and a group of his Carrboro High classmates came together to put the finishing touches on a street of homes they worked on for two years.
During World War II, while segregation at local movie theaters held fast, there were a few exceptions.
Growing up, Anissa McClendon attended Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools, learning not just from teachers and textbooks, but also from experiences.
After an unseasonably warm winter, spring seems to have arrived early as evidenced by the blooming of daffodils just about everywhere.
Friends of Local Journalism Inc., the nonprofit publisher of The Local Reporter, has selected Carl Blankenship as the next editor of the news organization.
As I work on my last issue of The Local Reporter, I want to share with readers a look under the hood of this newspaper and to express my gratitude.
Monday saw the end of an era in Chapel Hill as the developer of University Place began the demolition of the former Southern Season site.
The Community Empowerment Fund recognized six Black women as “Black Queens in Our Community” at its Second Annual Awards Ceremony.
It’s a long cinematic journey from Uncle Tom’s Cabin (1903) to Black Panther (2018), from blackface to Black Power, onscreen.
To date, five University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill (UNC-CH) buildings with names associated with white supremacists have been renamed.
While some consumers have eliminated meat from their diets, many others choose to consume humanely raised, sustainable meat.