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Chapel Hill, North Carolina is located in Orange County. Zip codes in Chapel Hill, NC include 27599, 27515, and 27516. The median home price in Chapel Hill is $395,000 which is roughly $156/per square foot. More Chapel Hill information.

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43 min ago | HeraldSun.com

Starting High Holidays with - The Shpiel'

Representatives from Durham and Chapel Hill's Jewish congregations will share personal stories in an event to start off the High Holidays. The Shpiel storytelling event will be held Saturday night at the Levin Jewish Community Center.

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4 hrs ago | HeraldSun.com

UNC School of Education revamping teacher education

A proposed program redesign at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Education would raise the requirements for many aspiring preschool, elementary and middle school teachers. The school plans to continue its bachelor's degree offerings in music education as well as the UNC-BEST program, which allows science and math majors to take the education courses needed for licensure as a high school teacher in four years.

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9 hrs ago | Independent Weekly

Inside VVAQRT's immediate, elusive Detainee, a stunning...

He sits now among mounds of gear, just off U.S. 15-501 in the '70s-style cabin that he shares with Emily Withers, his partner in the askance pop duo VVAQRT. He attempts to explain how people perceive this place - not their home halfway between Carrboro and the Haw, but the region at large.

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9 hrs ago | Independent Weekly

Check out divine drawings at NCMA, but don't forget about smaller, riskier shows in the Triangle

The phrase "by appointment only" might discourage the casual viewer, but consider contacting ANDR LEON GRAY at eyegumbo@yahoo.com to schedule a look at his recent sculpture and assemblage, a meditation on melanin, at Switchhouse Studios in Raleigh. Gray, one of three finalists for this year's prestigious 1858 Prize for Contemporary Southern Art, shows the work through Sept.

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9 hrs ago | Independent Weekly

Little Green Pig's truncated version of Hamlet triumphs over venue travails

Little Green Pig Theatrical Concern East Chapel Hill High School& 500 Weaver Dairy Rd., Chapel Hill www.littlegreenpig.com 919-452-2304 Through Sept. 20 here's a saying for almost everything in theater.

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10 hrs ago | HeraldSun.com

Panelists talk STEM collaboration, employment and design

At a panel discussing STEM education Tuesday morning, President and CEO of Research Triangle Park Bob Geolas said society has turned math and science into something scary. Debates have been started about whether people are for or against science and math, when the real goal should be creating open environments and collaboration to create excitement, he said.

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Tue Sep 16, 2014

HeraldSun.com

Head Start to celebrate grand (re)opening

Durham Head Start is inviting the community to attend a 2 p.m. grand opening ceremony Friday at the agency, 215 West Seminary Ave. The agency, which provides pre-Kindergarten classes for 3- and 4-year-olds, is re-opening after transitioning to a new grants administrator, the Chapel Hill Training-Outreach Project. The office of Head Start announced in July that Chapel Hill Training-Outreach Project Inc. would assume administrative responsibilities for the Durham Head Start program.

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HeraldSun.com

Funding climate stalls Carolina North project

Work on Carolina North, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill's planned satellite campus, is stalled due to funding issues. No construction is planned on the project in the 2015 fiscal year, according to the latest annual report for the project.

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The Star Online

'Part of my life' - Mary Jane Darr has been a Star reader for 82 years

For 120 years, The Star has reported Cleveland County news and for 82 of those years, Mary Jane Darr has read the paper.

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Business Journal

What the Duke Energy project means for Strata Solar and N.C.

The $500 million, 550-acre, 850,000-solar-panel project announced by Duke Energy on Monday will be the biggest solar project in North Carolina, but it means more for economic development than it does for Strata Solar.

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Customer Interaction Solutions

U.S. Patents Awarded to Inventors in North Carolina

Targeted News Service Targeted News Service ALEXANDRIA, Va., Sept. 16 -- The following federal patents were awarded to inventors in North Carolina.

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BioSpace

UNC Researchers Find Final Pieces To The Circadian Clock Puzzle

UNC Researchers Find Final Pieces To The Circadian Clock Puzzle CHAPEL HILL, NC - Researchers at the UNC School of Medicine have discovered how two genes - Period and Cryptochrome - keep the circadian clocks in all human cells in time and in proper rhythm with the 24-hour day, as well as the seasons. The finding, published today in the journal Genes and Development, has implications for the development of drugs for various diseases such as cancers and diabetes, as well as conditions such as metabolic syndrome, insomnia, seasonal affective disorder, obesity, and even jetlag.

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Mon Sep 15, 2014

Business Journal

Duke Energy deal includes largest solar farm in eastern U.S.

Duke Energy says it will own the largest solar farm east of the Mississippi River as part of $500 million worth of contracts it has awarded for new solar projects in North Carolina.

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The Mountaineer Publishing Company

John 'Jack' Dillon Britt Jr.

John "Jack" Dillon Britt Jr., 83, of Waynesville, died Sunday, Sept.14, 2014, at the Memorial Campus of Mission Hospital. A native of Wilmington, he was the son of the late John Dillon Britt Sr. and Myrtle Costin Britt.

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Sun Sep 14, 2014

Kinston Free Press

Meet Me Monday: Bethel senior hopes to one day develop new cancer treatments

As Daniel Phipps settles into his senior year at Bethel Christian Academy he already has his sights set on life after graduation. Phipps said he plans to attend pharmacy school at either Campbell or the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill because of his passion for chemistry.

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Charlotte 49ers

Golf Finishes Tar Heel Intercollegiate in 11th

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. Charlotte golf concluded play in the 2014 Tar Heel Intercollegiate in 11th place after another tough round on Sunday afternoon. The Niners posted a final round of 300 as a team to wrap up their second tournament in a week at 874.

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HeraldSun.com

NICU reunion celebrates babies' success

About 300 families convened in Chapel Hill Sunday afternoon to celebrate triumphs, share their stories, and of course, show off their babies. The reunion was for what may be the youngest class of graduates ever - babies who had graduated from UNC Children's Hospital Newborn Critical Care Center.

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The Winnipeg Free Press

The gospel according to Hiss

Michael Taylor, who records as Hiss Golden Messenger, near his home in Durham, N.C. He says he seeks a 'back door' into Christian faith. So he hops into his Subaru Forester a vehicle with enough room for child seats and guitar amps and drives off to a restaurant in downtown Durham.

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Fri Sep 12, 2014

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Live Football Coverage

Tonight, NCPreps.com will be bringing you updates from all over the state. For Live Coverage click here: WEEK 4 SCOREBOARD You can also follow updates on Twitter: Deana King - @NCPreps Patrick O'Brien - @NCPreps_PBO Kevin Utz - @KevinUtz1 Brian Barnes - @NCGridiron Send scores to @NCPreps or #NCPreps Here is the Week 4 Schedule for September 12, 2014 Alleghany at South Stokes Andrews at Union County Anson County at Chesterfield Ashbrook at Roberson, T.C. Ashe County at Hibriten Ashley at White Oak Athens Drive at Leesville Road Atkins at Kestrel Heights Avery County at Watauga Bandys at Alexander Central Bartlett Yancey at Chatham Berry Academy at Brown, A.L. Bishop McGuinness at Wheatmore Broughton at Cardinal Gibbons Carolina Pride at Marvin Ridge Carrboro at Northwood Carver at North Forsyth Central Cabarrus at Carson, Jesse Charlotte Catholic at Mallard Creek Charlotte Christian ... (more)

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Daily Dispatch

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Keith Shearon of Youngsville is the program head and instructor for the career track, which combines electronics, manufacturing and engineering into a one curriculum. He will start teaching the first two introductory courses Sept.

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