There are over 2 billion Muslims in the world. You can meet 19 of them who live and work in the Triangle and Charlotte in a dynamic and captivating photography and video exhibit, “Passion in Practice: Muslims of the Carolinas,” now through May 10 at UNC’s Carolina Union Gallery.
Chapel Hill plans to spend millions to re-engineer the roads around Ephesus-Fordham in order to bring in luxury apartments, affordable housing, and retail, but who’s tending to the everyday needs of local residents?
Carrboro junior Magnus Herweyer set two meet records, while junior Theodore Winans and Maysa Araba each notched one record, as Carrboro's track and field team swept the Mid-State Conference championships in dominating fashion.
Coming out of their wintry prison, weekend warriors and recreational athletes can get into the spirit of spring at local batting cages or driving ranges, several of which are just minutes away from downtown Chapel Hill.