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For an afternoon last Saturday, the concrete chunk of 140 W. Franklin St. turned into colorful corners showcasing local artistic talent.
Michelle Cassell delivers some photos of the recently held “House Us Now” March and Rally.
Housing—and how to build it—dominated the Chapel Hill Town Council session on Wednesday, September 28.
At 7:10 p.m., October 4, 2022, the Chapel Hill Police Department announced the arrest of Michael Jerome Henry, 29, of Durham,
To say this man has been around the block would be the understatement of the decade.
Chapel Hill Police responded to a report of multiple gunshots at the 800 block of Pritchard Avenue Extension at 6:18 p.m. Tuesday.
In its first in-person session since the beginning of the pandemic, the Chapel Hill Town Council honored two former city employees on September 14.
On Sunday, September 25, six community organizations will hold a rally and march to raise awareness of the need for affordable housing in Carrboro and Chapel Hill.
“For me, I have lived it. It is personal,” said Quinton Harper, 37, chairman of the Affordable Housing Advisory Commission in Carrboro.
Imagine going to the grocery store and running into your favorite teacher or walking down the block and seeing the police officer who lives on your street.
COMMUNITY By Michelle Cassell Correspondent Chapel Hill Police Department (CHPD) reports a 300-percent rise in homicides over last year, according to CHPD statistics. That represents one murder in 2021 compared…
Chapel Hill Police Chief Chris Blue is adamant that Chapel Hill Police Department (CHPD) officers were not part of an incident resulting in the takedown and arrest of a UNC student on Franklin Street last Thursday night
Orange County Sheriff Charles Blackwood was recently honored at the North Carolina Sheriffs’ Association.
The Orange County Health Department (OCHD) has confirmed the first case of monkeypox in Orange County.
Hundreds of workers for the towns of Carrboro and Chapel Hill will share in a total wage increase of $500,000.
Recognizing that even temporary relief for the cost of school supplies would be in short supply, Governor Roy Cooper launched a month-long school supply collection drive on August 1.
Sounds of chainsaws are whirring all over Orange and Chatham Counties earlier this week after a weekend of soaring temperatures and sudden, violent storms that ripped through the area.
On Saturday, July 30, the N.C. Black Alliance, in conjunction with the Chapel Hill-Carrboro NAACP, will hold its inaugural statewide health fair.
After news broke in January 2021 that Nikole Hannah-Jones was denied tenure, questions arose concerning racial equity within the university.
UNC-Chapel Hill announced last Friday it reached a settlement with investigative journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones.
The family of TaeVeon Michael Ja’ Quentin Young announced last week they are offering a $5,000 reward to anyone who comes forward with information that leads to an arrest in the case.
“The Wilmington Massacre of 1898 occurred while Manly McCauley’s body was still hanging from a tree 150 miles away.
COMMUNITY by Michelle Cassell Correspondent The Local Reporter A 75-year-old journey toward justice ended on Friday, June 17, in the Hillsborough courtroom where it all began. Superior Court Judge Allen…
The sounds of live music, spoken word poetry, art making and the promise of homemade lemonade hung in the air outside the Hargraves Community Center on Sunday afternoon.
Chapel Hill and Carrboro will be celebrating Juneteenth — the day commemorating the end of slavery in the United States — on Sunday, July 19.
March for Our Lives photo essay by James Kiefer
Former Chapel Hill mayor Mark Kleinschmidt kicked off the first annual Pride Promenade last Saturday in downtown Chapel Hill by addressing the more than 350 people in attendance.
Freight Train Blues Concert Series. Photo essay by James Keifer
Two local organizations, Habitat for Humanity of Orange County and HOPE NC, were recently awarded substantial funds that will support efforts to create affordable housing in Orange County.
Chapel Hill and Carrboro youth and families gathered at Homestead Park to enjoy the last round of Spring Soccer sponsored by the YMCA of the Triangle.
Growing up in Carrboro, I can’t remember the first time I hung out with friends at the 300 East Main Street parking deck next to the ArtsCenter.