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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
UNC basketball team brings Christmas cheer to Onslow

Christmas Cheer came wrapped in Carolina blue Tuesday as a delivery arrived in Onslow County courtesy of the UNC basketball team.

Fatback must be an acquired taste Updated at

My mother may have been the best Southern cook who ever warmed a cast iron skillet or took full advantage of the unlimited potential of bacon grease. Her made-from-scratch buttermilk biscuits were light and fluffy and put anything that came out of a frozen bag or a refrigerated pop-top can to shame.

Retired US Army general set to be tried on charges of raping daughter

Chapel Hill, North Carolina: For retired Major-General James Grazioplene, being arrested and photographed in an orange jumpsuit in Northern Virginia this month was the latest humiliation following a lengthy military investigation in which the US Army charged him with rape, only to have the case dismissed on a technicality. For his daughter and military prosecutors, it was something else: a second chance at seeing whether a court will convict Grazioplene of rape.

Prayer and protests over Silent Sam on Sunday, a graduation day for some UNC students

A group of about 10 people, including an independent news cameraman, walked to the campus from a downtown parking deck at noon Sunday. Along the way, people on the sidewalk and in passing cars yelled at them to go away and called them "losers."

CHCCS Announces 2019 Make-Up Days for 2018a s Bad Weather

Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools have announced their make-up days for the 2018-19 school year in the wake of multiple closings due to bad weather. In a Facebook post today, CHCCS said it had been, "a unusual year in regard to weather cancellations.

A Farewell to Historic Allen & Son Barbecue

This one really stings. Last week word came that Allen & Son Barbeque in Chapel Hill, North Carolina-which just this summer clocked in at number five on my list of the Top 50 Barbecue Joints in the South -had quietly closed its doors.

UNC board names Dixon ECSU chancellor

The University of North Carolina Board of Governors has named interim Chancellor Karrie Gibson Dixon the new chancellor at Elizabeth City State University. The board made the announcement following a vote at its meeting in Chapel Hill earlier today, according to an ECSU press release.

Your Money Adviser: Of a Certain Age? You May Need to Withdraw Money From a Retirement Account

You may be thinking about holiday gifts and New Year's resolutions. But if you're old enough and you've been saving for retirement, it's also time to confirm that you've withdrawn money from certain accounts, as required by the Internal Revenue Service.

Move over, Cary and Apex. Morrisville tops a - Best Places to Live' list.

Morrisville mayor T.J. Cawley talks about the town's growth and says he's pleased Morrisville is getting the recognition usually showered upon Raleigh, Cary and Apex Of the towns surrounding Research Triangle Park, Raleigh, Cary, Apex and Chapel Hill most often get the national attention on "Best Places to Live" lists. The town of about 30,000 in western Wake County is rated the No.

North Carolina university board discusses Confederate statue

In this Monday, Aug. 20, 2018, file photo, police stand guard after the Confederate statue known as Silent Sam was toppled by protesters on campus at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill, N.C. The board overseeing North Carolina's public universities is meeting to decide the fate of "Silent Sam." The University of North Carolina System Board of Governors was meeting Friday, Dec. 14, to discuss a proposal to build a $5 million building to house the statue at UNC-Chapel Hill.

December 13, 2018 ] Solar farm gets go-ahead Business

Brent Niemann, director of civil engineering at Strata Solar, talks about the development of a solar farm on U.S. 421 as attorney Beth Trahos holds site plans. - The development of a solar farm along U.S. 421 was approved by the Clinton City Council during a recent meeting, with developers and others touting the project for its neighborly characteristics and tax benefits, while providing a buffer between residential and industrial properties.

Symbol of Old South a stain on university's legacy

When Frank Porter Graham became president of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1932, segregation, discrimination, and racism were as common in the South as statues commemorating those who bore arms for the Confederacy. Nineteen years earlier, a Confederate memorial conceived by the Daughters of the Confederacy - later known as "Silent Sam" - was unveiled at the "front door" of the campus.

UNC faculty members, in letter to parents, support Silent Sam strike and withholding grades

Several hundred people protested in Chapel Hill on Monday, Dec. 3, 2018, to oppose the recommendation made by the UNC Board of Trustees to build a new $5.3 million building on campus for the Confederate monument known as Silent Sam. More than 200 UNC-Chapel Hill faculty members have signed an open letter to students' parents and guardians, asking them to support striking graduate student instructors and the permanent removal of the Silent Sam Confederate statue from campus.

December 11, 2018 ] Silent Sam a strikea crosses a line, says UNC board member Education

At least 79 teacher assistants and instructors at The University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill are threatening to withhold grades unless their demands in the Silent Sam controversy are met, local activists say. A proposal by the university's Board of Trustees to rehouse Silent Sam in a $5.3 million historical center has been met with protests from students and community activists, but a proposed strike crosses a line, UNC System Board of Governors member Marty Kotis told Carolina Journal.

Some Triangle schools will remain closed or delayed Wednesday after winter storm

Durham, Orange and Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools will be closed Wednesday, while public schools in Wake and Chatham counties will open late due to the threat of black ice. The Wake County Public School System said it would operate on a three-hour delay, while Chatham County Schools said it would operate on a two-hour delay.

Potential closure of this downtown Durham street casts cloud over light rail plans

The project is a proposed 17.7-mile light-rail line connecting UNC Hospitals in Chapel Hill to Duke University to N.C. Central University, with stops in between, including downtown Durham. But the potential closing of Blackwell Street, which connects the American Tobacco Campus and the Durham Performing Arts Center with the rest of downtown Durham, has been met with umbrage from DPAC and American Tobacco leaders.

Sun will help clear Triangle roads, but deep freeze could make them slick again

Police respond to the scene of an overturned truck Tuesday morning on N.C. 54 at Smith Level Road in Chapel Hill. State officials warn that ice could be a problem again Wednesday morning.

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