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RALEIGH A Raleigh couple who own a group of animal hospitals have given $3 million to N.C. State University to start a program to give rural students a better chance to win admission to the university and to afford it when they are.
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The New Hope Audubon Society's Periodic Bird Walk will start at 7:30 a.m. Saturday, March 15, at the Mardi Gras Bowling Alley, 6118 Farrington Road, Chapel Hill.
The VTO Top 100 always allows kids who have been under the radar to shine and hopefully get the exposure they have been wanting.
Because of the beauty of the place, they had to pay attention to the aesthetics of the details of the restaurant, bar and cafe that they planned to open there, said Fred Dexheimer, one of operators behind Straw Valley Food & Drink.
It's a little later than anticipated, but construction work has started on the new Cinebistro movie theater and restaurant at Cary's Waverly Place shopping center, which is now slated to open in October.
A gaggle of academics tries to make sense of the past and a precocious girl is on the verge of altering the future in Tom Stoppard 's sparkling comedy, Arcadia, presented by the Deep Dish Theater Company through March 22. Directed by Artistic Director Paul Frellick, the play continues the company's thirteenth season at University Mall.
Roses to the Chapel Hill Town Council for take the unusual step of letting residents speak at last week's work session.
Will H. Lassiter, III, a Wesleyan trustee since 2005, was named chairman of the board of trustees.
Public housing agencies offer several programs for residents who want to move into private housing or be more self-sufficient, including: Community Service and Self-Sufficiency Program: Federal rules require residents between the ages of 18 and 62, who don't work or meet other exemptions, such as having disability, to perform eight hours of ... (more)
Imagine living through an intense family fight over an important issue that ends up hurting the very family itself.
Five people were hurt by a hit-and-run driver while trying help victims of a car accident in Chapel Hill early Saturday.
ASHEVILLE If you shop at the farmer's market, hike at the N.C. Arboretum or attend any number of events at the WNC Agricultural Center, you are benefiting from the work of Sen. Martin Nesbitt.
"We definitely appreciate Apex's enthusiasm, but we're focused on the 34 cities we announced two weeks ago for now," said spokeswoman Jenna Wandres.
In North Carolina political circles, it is no secret that one of the largest employee groups in the state is coming after State Treasurer Janet Cowell.