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Adopt a Pet – Lola

Lola (ID: A185175) is one of the prettiest kitties at our shelter. She's a one-year-old spayed female who is incredibly sweet and playful! As...

Wedding: Courtney Holland & Jason Fearrington

For Courtney Holland and Jason Fearrington, the family history of growing up in Chapel Hill was an important part of their romance. Courtney’s grandparents,...

Weekend at a Glance: Cabaret, Cassidy and Chorus

Southern Village Farmers Market – Thursday, 3:30-6pm – It's back! Come out to the market for offerings from Valley View Farms, Eco Farm and...

Adopt a Pet – Tuff

I got my name from overcoming my rough past and despite my name, I’m actually a really sweet baby that loves to play and...

Five Books From Local Authors to Take to the Beach This Summer

1 The Typist by Caroline Taylor Caroline Taylor’s newest novel focuses on the story of Judah Lundquist, a Midwest-bred typist working for an insurance agency...

Fewer Choices Leads to More Freedom

I have a weird confession to make — I eat the exact same thing for breakfast. Every. Single. Day. I typically wake up at...

Weekend at a Glance: Anniversaries, Acrylics and American Graffiti

Thursday "Cabaret" - all weekend - "Cabaret" is the pinnacle of PlayMakers’ summer youth conservatory, a six-week camp for high school students to develop their acting...

Adopt a Pet – Bebe

Bebe (A188219) has big, beautiful eyes that will reach out and grab you! She is a very friendly little lady with lots of love...

Local Chefs Share Their Go-To Drinks and Dishes for Summer Cookouts

"Creamy limeade is a cool, refreshing drink on a hot summer day and something that will leave the neighbors talking!" Erik Monroe-Thompson Pittsboro Roadhouse CREAMY LIMEADE 4...

Wedding: Helen Meyer & Lee Frankstone

Chapel Hill natives Helen Meyer and Lee Frankstone crossed paths all through childhood at school, church and social gatherings. Although not especially close growing...