Shortbread Lofts developers hope to build another towering, mixed-use apartment building near downtown Chapel Hill that could replace Breadman’s on the north side of West Rosemary Street and the Amity Apartments behind the restaurant.
The digital home for the Triangle arts community that connects visual and performing artists, venues and audiences in a lively conversation that builds engagement, community support for artists and awareness of the arts’ economic impact.
Local waters are a shore thing for the Chapel Hill-Carrboro community. University lake and Cane Creek Reservoir have re-opened to the public, while the numbers of people visiting Jordan Lake are rising with spring temperatures.
Chapel Hill-Carrboro School Board members rejected the proposed site of a future school at Obey Creek but are open to other options, according to a letter sent to town of Chapel Hill leaders this week.
Raziyah Farrington of Chapel Hill is scheduled to be among the 40 top North and South Carolina high school seniors who will represent their school and state in the 18th Annual Carolinas All-Star Basketball Classic March 27-28.
Holy Week, beginning on Palm Sunday, March 29, is a special time in the life of the Christian church. To commemorate the final days of Jesus’ life, death and resurrection, University United Methodist Church, 150 E. Franklin, is offering several worship services and a cantata.
A two-day interdisciplinary conference, “State of the Plate: Food and the Local-Global Nexus,” will explore the historic, aesthetic and political connections between our local and global food systems and movements, Friday and Saturday, March 27-28.