On Oct. 5, 2014, Kelin Hiltbold had a heartbreaking discovery. Her 10-month-old daughter, Aubree Hiltbold, who had previously been vomiting and showing signs of mental regression, was diagnosed with brain cancer.
The Chapel Hill Town Council stuck with an Obey Creek plan Thursday that could put up to 1.6 million square feet of new development across from Southern Village, rejecting advisory board and consistent citizen requests.
Orange County’s government, nonprofit and business leaders will pass the mic to the next generation May 9 to learn what the community can do to help them find success through the national My Brother’s Keeper program.
Hillsborough officials have heard for years that they don’t have enough rooftops to attract more businesses, Town Board member Eric Hallman told the Orange County Commissioners, but that’s about to change.
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’s 2015 girls lacrosse players had another good reason to celebrate after finishing their last home game at Culton-Peerman Stadium. Their 19-4 victory over Carrboro made them the winningest team in program history.
Ranked No. 3 among all teams in the Triangle by the News & Observer, 3A Orange (16-3 overall, 10-1 conference) headed into the weekend locked in a tie for first-place in the Big Eight with top-ranked Raleigh Cardinal Gibbons (17-2, 10-1), which split its home-and-away series with the Panthers.
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