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Chapel Hill is not just one town: it’s a patchwork quilt of memories and experiences.
You’ve got to hand it to Hillsborough. They may be on the National Register of Historic Places but they’re always coming up with new and engaging ways to stay vibrant and fetching, for visitors and residents alike.
Though Bob Ward describes himself as a “nonessential, seasonal, temporary, part-time greeter and museum attendant,” and an usher for basketball games for the past 35 years, he is, in fact, a historian
One mile from downtown Chapel Hill is a small gathering of a remarkably diverse and lively collection of businesses, virtually all of them locally owned.
Last Fridays Artwalk was founded in 1999 by Hillsborough artists and business owners who wanted to attract more locals and visitors to the downtown area.
It takes a particular sort of person to understand, appreciate, and avidly support a museum dedicated to the game of basketball.
In a mere three weeks, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill will resume its academic year.
In Palestine, Jamil Kadoura, owner and guiding spirit of the Mediterranean Deli, would not be called Jamil.
This month our community witnessed thousands of fans from around the world gathering in Chapel Hill to watch Wrexham AFC play Chelsea FC.
The Occaneechi Indian Replica Village in Hillsborough, North Carolina, is a living history site immersing visitors in the culture of the Occaneechi Band of the Saponi Nation.
A once-in-a-lifetime event is about to take place in Orange County.
Valerie Foushee is a lifelong resident of Chapel Hill.
Two European Football clubs with a rich history — Chelsea and Wrexham — will meet on Wednesday, July 19, in the first international soccer match in Kenan Stadium history.
A regional park imagined 22 years ago has officially reopened to the public.
Carrboro, North Carolina, Chapel Hill’s cool cousin, has an old soul.
Union Grove Farm and Vineyard now stands at the site of the former Maple View Dairy Farm.
Summer has officially come to Orange County.
The Summer 2023 Public Art Festival will feature 60 large-scale works in Chapel Hill, Carrboro, and Hillsborough.
In his autobiography, Dean Smith wrote about the quest of a dream.
The farther west you wander down Franklin and Rosemary Streets the sooner you’ll discover hidden gems.
Chelsea and Wrexham — will meet on Wednesday, July 19, in the first international soccer match in Kenan Stadium history.
For the last 28 years, the figurative ceramic sculptor Tinka Jordy has been inviting the public to enjoy the simple beauty of art set in a garden.
When we think about spring in Chapel Hill, Carrboro, and Hillsborough it’s easy to conjure up an image of stunning azaleas, dogwoods in bloom, red buds.
We live in a world where progress and preservation are understood as ideas competing against one another.
A year from now, The Carolina Inn Hotel, one of the most iconic homes-away-from-home in Chapel Hill, will mark its 100th birthday.
Sharing a meal with Carrboro resident Braxton Foushee, in a public restaurant, is as pleasurable as it is busy.
Jim Heavner is Chapel Hill-Carrboro’s first media mogul. If WCHL was the village’s sound, then Heavner was its voice.
If being in nature is shown to relieve depression and anxiety, why don’t we do it more often?
Surplus Sids, on Main Street in Carrboro, is a Rorschach Test for the passing tourist, the newly matriculated student, and even longtime residents.
If you want to see a native Chapel Hillian smile, bring up memories of the Chapel Hill they remember.
Between the cradle and the grave, we live, we love, we work — and we collect.