18 hrs ago
Raleigh considers banning dogs from city athletic fields, playgrounds
Dogs have to stay on leashes in Raleigh parks but can run freely at three dog parks: Oakwood , Millbrook Exchange and Carolina Pines .
23 hrs ago
First Bite: The Red Bicycle Coffee and Crepes
The Red Bicycle Coffee and Crepes opened a few months ago after relocating to Germantown from Chapel Hill, N.C. I've been meaning to stop in for a while, but I was finally able to get over there for the first time a couple of weeks ago.
F#%king Up Everything's Lisa Birnbaum on Her Life-Changing Travel and Personal Bucket List
All you've got to do is get on the L train, and you're going to see every version of every character in our play.' Age & Hometown: 31; Chapel Hill, NC.
Thu May 16, 2013
Edwards reactivates law license, speaking at event
Former presidential contender John Edwards has reactivated his license to practice law and is setting out on the speaking circuit.
Orange County student protests standardized tests
Sixth grader Zoe Morris refused to take the standardized tests known as "Measures of Student Learning" that started Tuesday at McDougle Middle School in Chapel Hill.
Wed May 15, 2013
Gubernatorial candidate James Protzman could rouse the Democrats
Protzman is a Naval Academy graduate, a successful businessman and a former Chapel Hill Town Council member.
Knoxville News Sentinel
Recipe finder: Amaretto-almond pound cake
Rose Dodds from Bel Air, Md., was searching for a recipe for a cake with a texture similar to poundcake and the almond flavor of Italian amaretti cookies.
The Charlotte Observer
Smokers may soon get to light up in beaches and parks again
Triangle towns that currently have some form of outdoor smoking ban on public grounds include Angier, Carrboro, Cary, Chapel Hill, Durham, Garner, Holly Springs, Lillington, Morrisville, Raleigh, Rolesville, Selma, Smithfield, Wake Forest and Wendell.
Jacksonville Daily News
Civil War program set
The Swansboro Friends of the Library and Swansboro Historical Association are co-hosting a presentation this week on women during the Civil War.
Tue May 14, 2013
Chapel Hill News
Some landlords question voluntary rental program
Landlords, property owners and property managers who want to register individual rental housing, should contact Megan Wooley, Housing and Neighborhood Services Planner II, at 919-969-5059, or email firstname.lastname@example.org Information about the Landlord Partnership Program, along with a list of participating landlords, will be posted on the ... (more)
Avison Young opens Charlotte office, hires Skibinski
Avison Young, Canada's largest independently owned commercial real estate firm, is opening a Charlotte office and has hired industrial broker Chris Skibinski to lead it.
Burlington Times News
Gunn's bill repeals Jordan Lake water laws
Environmental groups and state regulators are worried about a North Carolina Senate bill that repeals laws intended to improve water quality in Jordan Lake.
WFMY 2 Greensboro
North Carolina's Teacher of The Year Is Ready For The Challenge
A Guilford County teacher just won a very special award. Grimsley High School's Karyn Dickerson is North Carolina's 2013-14 Teacher of the Year.
Chapel Hill paves the way for more food trucks
Good news for foodies in the Triangle: Chapel Hill's Town Council has cut fees and amended rules to make the town more food truck friendly.
Nikki Hill brings her raw energy and vintage style to Roanoke
May 14--Roots rocker Nikki Hill may be coming late to the party, but she's already making a big impact.
The Pinecrest boys' golf team takes a six-stroke lead into Tuesday's final round of the NCHSAA state 4-A championships at Pinehurst No.
Mon May 13, 2013
Backstory: Building a solid business, one green lawn at a time
Jay Comeau of Eastern Turf Maintenance works on a lawn in Apex. Owner Brad Sutton started the company in his garage in 2000.
Signee Update: Mikey Bart
Outside of football and his academics, North Carolina signee Mikey Bart's priority when he arrives in Chapel Hill on June 15 is to find a quality fishing spot in the area.
Carolina Friends student wins national essay contest DURHAM - Jake Taylor, a Chapel Hill resident and middle school student at Carolina Friends School, won a national Listen to a Life essay contest, offered by the Legacy Project.
Paying for parking via mobile phone in Chapel Hill? Now, we like that
The town has contracted with a mobile payment parking service firm called Parkmobile that will be let parkers pay by using the company's mobile app, through its website or by calling a toll-free number.