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Renew Crew February 6, 2014 - Renew Crew is local resource for deck cleaning in Raleigh, Cary, Apex and the surrounding areas. When I brought Wood Re New to the Triangle area, I recognized the need for an exterior wood cleaning and restoration company that concentrated on professionalism, high quality products and unparalleled workmanship. That is exactly what you will experience

Restaurant of the Month

Linda’s Bar & Grill February 3, 2014 - Sometimes you want to go where everybody knows your name . . . opened in the 1970s by then owner, Linda Williams, Linda’s Bar & Grill has been faithfully serving up some of the best bar food and beer in Chapel Hill. Linda’s Bar and Grill and The Downstairs DOWNBAR have been operating since 1988

Chamber of Commerce

Chapel Hill - Carrboro Chamber of Commerce Chapel Hill – Carrboro Chamber of Commerce November 6, 2013 -   About the Chapel Hill-Carrboro Chamber of Commerce We are a business leadership organization serving the greater Chapel Hill, NC, community. We serve and support the business interests of our more than 1,000 members and help create a sustainable community where they can thrive. Chamber members employ more than 70,000 in the Research Triangle region.

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CHAPEL HILL, NC Every animal starts as a clump of cells, which over time multiply and mature into many different types of cells, tissues, and organs. This is fundamental biology.

Posted: May 26, 2017, 4:53 am

N.C. House budget writers have proposed scaling back a program that's supposed to offer heavily discounted tuition at three UNC system campuses, to make it available only to in-state students. The draft 2017-18 budget for the system released Thursday morning to the House's education appropriations subcommittee also would eliminate funding for the N.C. Policy Collaboratory, the environmental-policy think tank legislators ordered set up at UNC-Chapel Hill just last year.

Posted: May 26, 2017, 12:30 am

Members of the B-1 Band - an African-American Navy Band assigned to Chapel Hill during World War II - play in front of a large American flag in this North Carolina Collection archive photo. Members of the B-1 Band - an African-American Navy Band assigned to Chapel Hill during World War II - play in front of a large American flag in this North Carolina Collection archive photo.

Posted: May 25, 2017, 7:46 pm

Seven Lakes Family Dentistry announced a Union Pines High School student as the winner of its second annual scholarship, as well as two finalists. Maggie Nail, a senior at Union Pines, will receive a $1,000 award, while finalists Benjamin Bowbliss of Union Pines and Samuel Shutt of Pinecrest will both receive $500.

Posted: May 25, 2017, 5:34 pm

Video: Marcus Alston-Leggett shares his experience with adaptive sports after participating in sitting volleyball during the 2017 Valor Games Southeast in the Smith Center on Tuesday May 23, 2017, in Chapel Hill, NC. Greg Williams, who was also later arrested, reads a letter protesting conditions at the Durham County Jail during a Durham County Commissioners meeting while a deputy tries to pull another protester out of a seat at the meeting.

Posted: May 25, 2017, 12:47 pm

In college, Polanco often brought friends home to Durham to meet her family, advising them to arrive with an empty stomach. Pupusas, the national dish of El Salvador since 2005, are what Polanco grew up eating on special occasions with her Salvadoran family.

Posted: May 25, 2017, 5:55 am

The proposed Food First building on West Main Street would have an interior courtyard where people could gather, keeping groups from milling on the streets, says John Forward, interim co-director of the Inter-Faith Council for Social Service. The proposed Food First building on West Main Street would have an interior courtyard where people could gather, keeping groups from milling on the streets, says John Forward, interim co-director of the Inter-Faith Council for Social Service.

Posted: May 25, 2017, 1:25 am

The University of North Carolina has denied a public records request made by WBTV citing an exemption that only applies to law enforcement agencies. WBTV requested records from Jeff Welty, a professor at the UNC School of Government, in mid-May. Welty responded to the request indicating that he would willingly produce responsive records.

Posted: May 24, 2017, 8:46 pm

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Chapel Hill Articles

Renew Crew February 6, 2014 - Renew Crew is local resource for deck cleaning in Raleigh, Cary, Apex and the surrounding areas. When I brought Wood Re New to the Triangle area, I recognized the need for an exterior wood cleaning and restoration company that concentrated on professionalism, high quality products and unparalleled workmanship. That is exactly what you will experience
Linda’s Bar & Grill February 3, 2014 - Sometimes you want to go where everybody knows your name . . . opened in the 1970s by then owner, Linda Williams, Linda’s Bar & Grill has been faithfully serving up some of the best bar food and beer in Chapel Hill. Linda’s Bar and Grill and The Downstairs DOWNBAR have been operating since 1988
Chapel Hill - Carrboro Chamber of Commerce Chapel Hill – Carrboro Chamber of Commerce November 6, 2013 -   About the Chapel Hill-Carrboro Chamber of Commerce We are a business leadership organization serving the greater Chapel Hill, NC, community. We serve and support the business interests of our more than 1,000 members and help create a sustainable community where they can thrive. Chamber members employ more than 70,000 in the Research Triangle region.
Time Out November 6, 2013 - Time-Out is a Chapel Hill institution located downtown on Franklin Street for over thirty years.Time-Out is the only 24 hours restaurant in town and open 7 days a week. Famous for its Chicken Cheddar Biscuit and Southern comfort food. Check out their Facebook page and show ’em some love – and even place an ORDER!
David Williams - Photographer David Williams DWPPC November 6, 2013 - David Williams is a Raleigh North Carolina based Lifestyle, Corporate, Event and Commercial Photographer and Videographer / Cinematographer who is passionate about capturing people through the lens. Whether you need lifestyle photography, traditional portrait photography, event photography, corporate photography, cinematography, want to attend a workshop conducted by David or hire David as a one-to-one consultant on how
R&R Grill July 16, 2012 - R&R Grill stands for Rob and Ross – the father and son duo who own the restaurant. During Ross’ time as a student at UNC, Rob grew to love the area, eventually relocating here. Rob formerly owned a restaurant at the NC shore, and Ross worked in it since age 11. The duo observed take
DNJ Mortgage July 15, 2012 - Take advantage of great low interest rates, low value and high inventory while you still can! Whatever your mortgage needs, Dan Stanton and Jeff Forman @ DNJ Gateway Bank can make it happen. * 100% financing products * Jumbo loans * First time home buyer loans * NO COST refinances * VA, FHA and USDA

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