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Chapel Hill Mom Designs Fitness Apparel Geared Toward Girls

Tired of shopping in the boys’ department for her athletic daughter, MaryAnne Gucciardi combined her business savvy and soccer-mom drive to create high performance,...

Our Latest Obsessions: Berries, Bakeries and The City Tap Bar

How cute are these special treats from Woof Gang Bakery and Grooming in Meadowmont? Account Executive Karli Kittine could not stop talking about Glasshalfull's Savory Cauliflower...

Episode 20: Cheryl-Anne Kast and Nancy Creamer of Farm to Fork

Andrea talks to Cheryl-Anne Kast and Nancy Creamer of the Farm to Fork Festival about the local chefs involved (and the participation of President...

Canine Connection: Man’s Best Friend Becomes Hero for One Young Girl

Deb Cunningham was at the Orange County Animal Services Center to check on a dog recommended by staff as having potential for Eyes Ears...

ADOPTED – Annie

I am a roly-poly lady who loves everyone. I am tolerant of other dogs, but I don't necessarily want to play all the time....

Weekend at a Glance: Memorial Day Weekend edition

Lynn Boggess Solo Exhibition - Thursday-Saturday - This is the last weekend to experience Lynn's impasto landscape paintings of North Carolina's coast and West Virginia's...

The Dish: Roost Beer Garden

2000 Fearrington Village Center, Pittsboro 919-542-1239; fearrington.com “I’m not putting pepperoni on a pizza, and you can quote me on that, because it’s charcuterie,” chef Colin...

How Our Mayors Manage More Than Just Local Politics

Mayor Hemminger and her husband, Brad, are 30-year residents and have raised four children in Chapel Hill. She’s been an active community volunteer, having...

Our Latest Obsessions: Cones, Chips & CPA

Sundays involving scoops of Orange Dream from Maple View Farm Ice Cream are Sundays well spent. You just can’t beat grilled cheese and soup. Well, if...

This Tar Heel Golfer Learned to Drive Before He Could Walk

Ben was on the driving range before he had fully learned to walk. Now a sophomore at UNC, his long-held ambition of playing golf...