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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
Go inside a burning house with Durham firefighters as they search for trapped victims

Helmet camera footage from Durham Engine Co 2 at a recent house fire shows what firefighters face when battling a house fire while searching for possible trapped occupants. All occupants made it safely out of the fire.

Mandarin-English program could move to fix overcrowding at oldest Chapel Hill school

Students learn Chinese calligraphy in this file photo taken at Glenwood Elementary School in Chapel Hill. The school district is considering several options to solve overcrowding at the school, the district's oldest school building.

Martin: New novels from four of North Carolina's best writers

Is the cold weather really over at last? And if the warmer season is here, what are some good books you should consider for your spring reading list? Here are four recent novels from three of North Carolina's most popular writers and a promising debut author, all of them featured on recent or upcoming "North Carolina Bookwatch" broadcasts. When "Long Upon the Land" was published in 2015, North Carolina's beloved mystery writer Margaret Maron, told us it was her final in her 20-book series featuring District Court Judge Deborah Knott, the daughter of a bootlegger and the wife of a deputy sheriff.

At 97 years old, UNC's oldest-living b-baller says Silent Sam should go

Police stand by a Confederate monument nicknamed "Silent Sam" at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill, N.C. CHAPEL HILL, N.C.>> The old man who is the oldest University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill basketball and baseball player alive let go of his walker and took a seat in front of Silent Sam. But Bobby Gersten made the trek to support the UNC Walk for Health message that the bullet that killed Martin Luther King Jr. came from the symbolic rifle held by the UNC-campus monument to the Confederate States of America - one, Silent Sam.

Power Lunch: Africana Market & Food Truck Rodeo Will Give BLACK...

If you've ever traveled to attend a conference, you know how challenging it can be to actually experience the city you're visiting or taste food beyond the sad plastic-wrapped sandwiches, limp salads, and pallid buffet-style entrees. But the BLACK COMMUNITIES Conference, taking place April 23-25 at The Carolina Theatre, hopes to remedy that by giving the expected five hundred conference-goers a taste of Durham's entrepreneurial spirit and food scene with an Africana Market and Food Truck Rodeo.

Banquet to award scholarships

The LSV Scholarship Awards Banquet will be held at 4 p.m. June 9 at Pines Chapel Church Fellowship Hall at 502 East Hamlet St. in Pinetops, The 2018 LSV scholarship recipients will be presented scholarships valued at $1,000 each, plus an evening of celebration for the third LSV Scholarship Award Banquet. The keynote speaker will be Crystal King, director of the Carolina Union at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill.

Elizabeth MacLean, Nicholas Anderson

Dr. Elizabeth Wolf MacLean and Nicholas Buell Anderson were married April 21 at Rock Quarry Farm, an events space in Chapel Hill, N.C. The Rev. John Oliver, a Baptist minister, officiated.

An aerial view of the Morgan Street Food Hall & Market in downtown...

An aerial view of the Morgan Street Food Hall & Market in downtown Raleigh on Feb. 22, 2018. The 20,000 square foot venue will offer a variety of retail and food offerings in a series of stalls.

Fire Department Shares Preview of New Southern Pines Station

The new facility will be located at the intersection of N.C. 22 and Waynor Road, near the Moore County Airport. It is expected to open before May 2019, according to information shared Friday on Facebook by the Southern Pines Fire and Rescue Department.

Chapel Hill-Carrboro school worker charged with murder, officials say

Authorities say that a Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools teaching assistant was arrested Friday in connection with a Burlington murder earlier this month, authorities said. Michael Thomas Le, 50, died after being shot on April 8 around 9:20 a.m. at Gone Fishing Sweepstakes at 1365 N. Church Street, Burlington police said.

NC teacher assistant charged with murder in shooting at sweepstakes parlor

A teacher assistant for Chapel Hill-Carrboro Schools is among three people charged with murder in the death of a man this month in an Alamance County sweepstakes parlor, according to news outlet ABC11. Tanesha Annette Jeffries, 23, was arrested Friday and charged with first-degree murder and robbery with a dangerous weapon, the Burlington Police Department said on its Facebook page.

Consequences aside, hundreds of Chapel Hill-Carrboro students walk out for gun control

Students from high schools across Chapel Hill and Carrboro walked out of school and marched up to 4.6 miles to Franklin St.'s Peace and Justice Plaza for an anti-gun violence rally on the 19th anniversary of the Columbine school shooting. Students from high schools across Chapel Hill and Carrboro walked out of school and marched up to 4.6 miles to Franklin St.'s Peace and Justice Plaza for an anti-gun violence rally on the 19th anniversary of the Columbine school shooting.

Scared, angry and demanding action: Hundreds walk out of Triangle schools in protest

The national event took place 19 years to the day after 13 students and faculty were killed in an attack at Columbine High School in Colorado. At Enloe High School in Raleigh, students walked to the football field, where speeches were held and songs were sung.

Tift Merritt is playing one concert this year. She'll be in Chapel Hill where it all began.

Tift Merritt and Eric Heywood perform "Stitch of the World" from her album of the same name at the NC Museum of Art, where they'll play a show on Aug. 19. Tift Merritt and Eric Heywood perform "Stitch of the World" from her album of the same name at the NC Museum of Art, where they'll play a show on Aug. 19. "Touring is not for the faint of heart. Without a child, it is an animal exercise in mileage, calories and sleep, which leaves me plagued with thoughts about what my karma must be that I have landed in a sickly-colored motel in this or that middle of nowhere.

Women of Color Are 'Particularly Burdened' by Gentrification in Durham

Low-income women of color are "particularly burdened" by gentrification in Durham, according to a new report by UNC Chapel Hill students. The public policy students are UNC Capstone Fellows who have been working with WomenNC as part of the NC Coalition for CEDAW, which refers to the UN Convention on the Elimination of all Forms of Discrimination Against Women.

Kris Mohandie, left, and Derrick Levasseur from the new Investigation Discovery (ID) show

One of the most puzzling - and most brutal - unsolved murders in the Triangle is getting attention from an Investigation Discovery true crime TV show this weekend. Faith Hedgepeth , an almost 20-year-old UNC college student and a member of the Haliwa-Saponi tribe from Hollister , was found bludgeoned to death in the apartment she shared with her roommate, Karena Rosario, on the morning of Sept.

NCCU Chancellor Johnson O. Akinleye is officially sworn in during ceremony on campus

Akinleye has been serving as interim chancellor since January 2017 at North Carolina Central University, a historically black college located in Durham, N.C. Githens Middle School students walked out of class Tuesday, Feb. 20, 2018 in Durham, NC to protest the school shootings in Florida. The students sat quietly in the parking lot for about 17 minutes before returning to class.

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