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Local Runner Finds Peace in Long-Distance Races After Losing Son to Leukemia

Ed Getka had already conquered more than 30 marathons and triathlons by his late twenties. So he figured he could ignore the feeling of...

Weekend at a Glance: Authors, Art Walks and Adult Egg Hunts

Meet the Author Tea – Thursday, 5-6:15pm – Stop by the Chapel Hill Public Library to hear authors Azadeh Rohanian Perry and Mark Perry talk...

Adopt a Pet: Jack

Meet Jack! He's a neutered male, approximately 4 years old. Jack is a very good boy. He's incredibly sweet and he LOVES his toys....

Author Caroline Taylor Dishes On Westerns, the Writing Process and Eudora Welty

Were you a voracious reader as a child? My mother would read us stories about Winnie the Pooh. My father used to tell us bedtime...

Weekend at a Glance: Women’s Empowerment, Workshops and Writing

Ken Waldman & the Wild Men ft. Riley Baugus – Thursday, 5:30pm; Friday, 8pm – Open to all level writers comes an opportunity to...

Sunflower – ADOPTED!

Hi there, I’m Sunflower! I’m the big, orange, fluff-ball lounging in a nice chair or bed when you visit my room. I’m pretty lazy...

Engagement: Hannah Meyers & Chase Woodfin

Upon graduating from East Chapel Hill High School, Chapel Hill native Chase Woodfin continued his education at the University of Tennessee. After college he...

Morris Grove Nurse Cares for Kids While Empowering Faculty to be First Responders

Nursing was a natural choice for Lara Statile. “Growing up, I was always the caretaker of those who were sick or injured,” Lara remembers....

National School Walkout: One ECHHS Student’s Perspective

On March 14, students in the Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools district walked out of class to memorialize those who died during the shooting at...