James Graham Mangum, age 84, passed away peacefully at his home in Durham on Monday, September 25, 2023.
Ellen Stephen Small, 99, a fifty-year resident of Chapel Hill, N.C., died peacefully on September 22, 2023 at the Pines of Carolina Meadows.
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Following its annual summer break, the Town of Chapel Hill Council returned to action on the evening of September 13.
Town of Chapel Hill leaders did not seem impressed with the initial concept plan for The Reserve at Blue Hill.
On September 27, the Chapel Hill Town Council is scheduled to discuss a zoning change.
The North Carolina African American Heritage Commission will unveil a NC Civil Rights Trail marker at the Holy Trinity Anglican Church on 15-501.
Getting students to and from school for the first two weeks of the year has gone well for Chapel Hill Carrboro City Schools.
Diana Izquierdo Lopez passed away on September 13, 2023.
James Knox Tate IV (Knox) was born on June 22, 1944, in Lexington, VA.
A suspect was arrested concerning an incident where an armed and dangerous person was reported brandishing a gun inside the UNC-Chapel Hill Student Union at 12:45 p.m. on Wednesday.
Joseph Luis Matos passed away at home on Saturday, September 9, 2023 at 86 years of age
The long and winding road to a long straight bus rapid transit (BRT) route along the axis of Chapel Hill took several important steps closer to completion last week
TABLE, a Carrboro-based nonprofit, has reached its $3.25M fundraising goal, culminating a four-year capital campaign.
A new low-income residential community project in Chapel Hill received a housing tax credit from the North Carolina Housing Finance Agency.
Chapel Hill wants to lower vehicular deaths and serious injuries on town streets to zero by 2031.
Hurricane Idalia spun out to sea last week, having cut a swath across Florida, Georgia, and the coastal Carolinas.
The pinched thumb and forefinger of an upturned hand hold a tiny green beaded dollar bill.
Ms. Lueddie Jones, age 76, of Chapel Hill, NC entered into eternal rest on Tuesday, September 5, 2023, at her residence.
The Local Reporter sent an inquiry to the Chancellor’s office regarding a petition being circulated by students and citizens.
Orange County Living Wage is setting new goals and expanding its outreach.
The Town of Chapel Hill sought written statements of qualifications as it moves forward with plans to drain the water at 1714 Legion Road.
When Kris Chellani reopens Franklin Street’s Classic Carolina store this Saturday, he’ll be following in his father Dhruva Chellani’s footsteps.
The Strayhorn House at 109 Jones Ferry Road in Carrboro received official recognition of its significance with the unveiling of a Truth Plaque on Friday.
Going plant-based is not only good for your health, it’s also essential for our planet, which is in crisis.
UNC students are circulating a petition for the university to take immediate action to establish clear steps for responding to an active shooter on campus.
Chapel Hill author Anise Vance’s debut novel, “Hush Harbor,” is longlisted for the distinguished Center of Fiction’s 2023 First Novel Prize.
Today, our community is mourning the loss of a beloved community member, Zijie Yan.
Bells in the Morehead-Patterson tower at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill will toll at 1:02 p.m. today in honor of Dr. Zijie Yan, who was killed on Monday.
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.
A Celebration of Life for Diane Dickinson Brown will be held on September 2, 2023, at 2 PM.
At noon on Saturday, drums and whistles sounded off, as a colorful parade celebrated the move from the former location of Carrboro’s ArtsCenter to its new home.
In a flurry of activity, Chapel Hill Transit (CHT) announced public meetings and workshops on the planned North-South Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) route early in September.
Blue Box is a new theater company in the Triangle that likes to do things differently.
Nearly three and a half years after the COVID-19 pandemic, the country is facing what may be called the beginning of an office space crisis.
South Columbia/Rosemary parking lot entrance will remain closed for approximately the next six months.
Parents can take a deep breath now that there will be enough certified bus drivers to cover all of the Chapel Hill-Carrboro City School routes.
The bar called The Library on Franklin Street closed due to the pandemic and it appears it will never reopen.
When our current mayor, Pam Hemminger, was elected in 2015, development was a key issue.