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Sometimes having no ties to a situation can offer a distinct advantage. Personal distance from a troubled past makes it easier to speak more freely and analyze more critically.
Holocaust memorial event April 27 at Chapel Hill Kehillah DURHAM -- The Durham-Chapel Hill Jewish community's Yom HaShoah Holocaust Memorial commemoration will be held from 6:30 to 8 p.m. April 27 at the Kehillah Synagogue, 1200 Mason Farm Road, Chapel Hill.
If you are still suffering from the post-winter blues, or simply need an excuse for a treat, Saturday is Record Store Day, and local stores and music labels will have limited-edition releases and special deals to bring out music lovers.
In 2011, an academic transcript obtained by The N&O of a former football player prompted a UNC investigation that found lecture-style classes in the African studies department that never met.
The playground at the Chapel Hill Community Center, 120 S. Estes Drive, will be closed for maintenance on Thursday, April 17. The playground is expected to be closed from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m., but may be closed longer depending on weather.
Chapel Hill Mayor Mark Kleinschmidt joins other Triangle area officials, community leaders and moms Wednesday, April 16, 2014, at the Peace and Justice Plaza in Chapel Hill.
A bar has banned Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines" to be played after a University of North Carolina student complained that the song promoted sexual violence.
A new study by researchers at UNC-Chapel Hill found that North Carolina's immigrant population has a positive impact on the state's economy, with immigrants contributing $23,371 on a per-capita basis.
'Everytown for Gun Safety' To Launch Today In Chapel Hill, Uniting Mayors, Moms, Gun Violence Survivors, Lawmakers, Law Enforcement Officials, Faith Leaders, And Other North Carolinians To End Gun Vio
One year after Congress failed to pass legislation to require comprehensive gun background checks despite near-unanimous public support, mayors, moms, gun violence survivors, faith leaders, lawmakers, law enforcement officials, and other North Carolinians will gather today to launch 'Everytown for Gun Safety,' a new gun violence prevention group.
I can understand why you might have supported the Affordable Care Act. You liked what Obama told you.
Overall, the trio of academics hired by University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill backed up assertions that Mary Willingham's data about student-athletes didn't support claims of widespread illiteracy.
WUNC's Back Porch Music on the Lawn series is getting back to its roots. The series is moving back to the popular spot under the Lucky Strike tower in the heart of the American Tobacco Campus .
Economic impact can be taken two ways. For the newly-formed Kings Mountain Awareness Group, the impacts of a casino - both economic and moral - are seen as negative.
Broadwell, the daughter of Harold Broadwell and Carol Gates of Wendell, has been named a UNC Buckley Scholar for her work in volunteerism over her four years as a student at UNC.