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Named after an Anglican chapel today the city is known as a liberal and for its vibrant music scene. The Car's Cradle, a music club is located in the city and Chapel Hill is recognized for launching the careers of artists such as James Taylor, and Ben Folds Five. The Morehead Planetarium is a landmark in the city. Built in 1949 it was one of the first planetariums in the country and was used for some Astronaut training during the Mercury, Gemini, and Apollo space programs.

Population: 54492
Local Newspapers: The Chapel Hill News The Independent Weekly
Local Sports Teams: North Carolina Tar Heals
Local Colleges: The University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill

Zip Codes associated with chapel hill, north carolina: 27278 27312 27514 27516
Towns/Cities near chapel hill, north carolina : Durham Cary Raleigh Hillsborough Mebane Graham Pittsboro

Chapel Hill News
Film Festival: Film Fest 919 will debut in 2018 in Chapel Hill

Bria Vinaite and Brooklynn Kimberly Prince in "The Florida Project." The film will have a special screening at the launch party for the new Film Fest 919, which will debut in fall 2018.

Happy tails to you! Herea s a list of puppy PLAYcares in the Triangle.

Fido is family - and when human's away, pup should play. With many doggie daycares serving as a day in the cage , triangle.com put nose to trail to sniff out a list of puppy PLAYcares where Sparky not only won't be caged, but will have a dog-gone good time.

From eggs to art, 13-year-old artist to join open studio tour

In February I received some wonderful news, that I was accepted as a member of the Orange County Artists Guild. Most of the guild members are middle aged or retired, and they accepted me despite only being 13 years of age.

Town Council incumbents, challengers share their visions for developing Chapel Hill

Concerns about Chapel Hill's direction on development was critical in unseating a longtime mayor in 2015 and remains a central issue to this year's Town Council race. Incumbent members Ed Harrison and Maria Palmer are facing five challengers in the race for four council seats.

Whoa s getting NCa s top civilian award? 2 from Durham, 1 from Chapel Hill

Two people from Durham and another from Chapel Hill will receive North Carolina's highest civilian honor next month from Gov. Roy Cooper. Durham architect Philip Freelon, founder of The Freelon Group, former U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch, who is from Durham, and political and digital communications pioneer Jane Smith Patterson of Chapel Hill are among the six recipients of the North Carolina Award.

Barber says hea s inspired by, not trying to be the next King

The Rev. Dr. William J. Barber, president of the NC NAACP, speaks during a workshop about faith and money at the Hayti Heritage Center in Durham.

On the issues: Boone Town Council candidates

Election Day for the Boone mayor and three open seats on the town council takes place Tuesday, Nov. 7. Six candidates are running for three open seats on the Boone Town Council, with the top two vote-getters winning four-year terms and the third-place finisher to earn a two-year term. Although she will be listed on the ballot, Jill Reeves has indicated to Watauga Democrat that she has withdrawn her candidacy for the Boone Town Council.

Three exhibitions to see during the Third Friday Durham Art Walk

It's time for another Third Friday Art Walk in Durham this week, and several galleries have new works on display. Plus the Monk@100 celebration continues! "Blind Field" is by Chapel Hill artist Kelly Johnston.

Key Psychiatric Drug Target Comes Into Focus

CHAPEL HILL, NC Many psychiatric drugs work by binding to receptor molecules on brain cells that are sensitive to the neurotransmitter dopamine, a chemical signal that is central to how our experiences shape our behavior. But because scientists still don't understand the differences between the many different kinds of dopamine receptors in the brain, most of these drugs are "messy."

Time to match Chapel Hill development to our values a " Rachel Schaevitz

In my role chairing the task force for Chapel Hill's newly purchased 36-acre property on Legion Road, I hear from people from all over town about what our residents want - and don't want - on town property. I hear a lot of discussion about buildings like the Berkshire Chapel Hill.

How widespread is tuberculosis exposure at Northern High?

Northern High School and Durham County health department officials are testing and monitoring more than 260 students and faculty at the school for exposure to tuberculosis. Durham Public Schools is monitoring 266 people who may have been exposed to tuberculosis last week after a Northern student was diagnosed with an active case of the disease.

Armacell boosting capacity in US

The Chapel Hill, N.C., company said Oct. 18 that is expanding crosslinked polyethylene block or "bun" production capacity in Spencer, W.Va. The project will double North American capacity to meet anticipated growth among its largest customers.

Startup and Tech Expo unites Triangle entrepreneurs

The Startup and Tech Expo will make its stop in the Triangle Wednesday evening at N.C. State University's Hunt Library. Hosted by TechBreakfast, a community of innovators and entrepreneurs that meets monthly to foster technological advancement, the expo showcases dozens of local and regional tech startups in each city it visits.

How crack house raid led to 3 arrests

Tyler Tequintine Jackson, Robert Antonio Craig and Travis Kortnee Banks were arrested Tuesday following a joint operation between the Orange and Chatham county sheriffs' offices. Orange investigators searched a house in the 600 block of Pine Acres Road in Chapel Hill, which was the residence from which Jackson was suspected of distributing narcotics.

Rising building costs leave Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools projects in deep hole

Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools officials say Triangle construction cost increases could add another $15 million to $20 million to a $52.4 million plan to renovate and rebuild parts of Chapel Hill High School . Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools officials say Triangle construction cost increases could add another $15 million to $20 million to a $52.4 million plan to renovate and rebuild parts of Chapel Hill High School .

Researchers Define Burden of Hepatitis in Democratic Republic of the Congo

Chapel Hill, NC Hepatitis C virus is a curable infectious disease, but treatment remains unavailable in resource-limited settings like the Democratic Republic of the Congo . The DRC Ministry of Health asked the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill to help determine the burden of infection and find a way to connect people infected with the virus to treatment.

Dobson native honored in Cambridge

Samuel Freeman, a native of Dobson, was inducted into the American Academy of Arts and Sciences Oct. 7 in Cambridge. Freeman was a 1968 graduate of Surry Central High School where he was quarterback of the 1965 state championship football team.

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