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Chapel Hill,

town (1990 pop. 38,719), Orange co., central N.C., at the edge of the Piedmont; founded 1792, inc. 1851. Primarily residential, the town's economy is based on research and education. Chapel Hill is part of Research Triangle ParkResearch Triangle Park,
research, business, medical, and educational complex situated in central North Carolina. It has an area of 6,900 acres (2,795 hectares) and is 8 × 2 mi (13 × 3 km) in size. Named for the triangle formed by Duke Univ. in Durham, the Univ.
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 (est. 1959), an area and organization shared with Durham and Raleigh that utilizes the talent of the cities' universities. Chapel Hill is the seat of the Univ. of North Carolina (see North Carolina, Univ. ofNorth Carolina, University of,
main campus at Chapel Hill; state supported; coeducational; chartered 1789, opened 1795, the first state college to open as a university. In 1931 the North Carolina State College of Agriculture and Engineering (now North Carolina State Univ.
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) and home to the North Carolina Botanical Gardens.
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Chapel Hill Magazine is published by Shannon Media six times a year.
Both Ward and Chapel Hill Town Council member Lee Storrow emphasized the temporary nature of the plan.
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3520
The branches, located on 4725 SW Cary Parkway, in Cary and 504 Meadowmont Village Circle in Chapel Hill North Carolina, will open as Bank ofNorth Carolina branches on Monday, September 24, 2012.
Rams Plaza is located in one of the few commercial centers in Chapel Hill, at an intersectiion with strong traffic counts and good visibility, The scarcity of vacancies in the overall market speaks to the success that most retailers experience in the Chapel Hill market.
Greg Mount, the company president, said 'This is our third university-related hotel, and we look forward to working closely with both the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill and the community of Chapel Hill.
The college development is the key part of the huge Waterfront site project, set to breathe new life into the area off Chapel Hill.
Garren's resume was passed on and so it came to pass that he received a cell phone call while in a Mexican restaurant in Chapel Hill from Bishop Donald Harvey, the ebullient, now-retired bishop of Eastern Newfoundland and Labrador.
In Chapel Hill, the third-grade math achievement gap was 41 percentage points in 1998, compared to 39 percentage points in 2002.
The store, a favourite of Wallace's, is to hold a party in his honour after the Chapel Hill premier of the film, which has gained four Golden Globe nominations, reports Publishers Weekly.
Chapel Hill published "Remarks on Racial Justice" by Yonni Chapman.