Chapelboro.com is looking for a few interns based out of our Chapel Hill office. 3-6 month program; can be renewed with approval. 5-10 flexible hours per week. Currently lives/resides in the Chapel Hill area (Hillsborough, Pittsboro, Durham, Carrboro) Interns must have reliable transportation Wait, What is Chapelboro.com? Chapelboro.com is the digital arm of WCHL radio. It is an online newspaper offering news produced by the WCHL news department, sports reports, podcasts of our weekly programs, as well as a comprehensive Community Calendar of events. As a Chapelboro Intern (we prefer Community Ambassador) what will you gain? Our “Community Ambassadors”...Read More
Featured in our Adopt-A-Pet segment this week is Dori! Dori is around two years old and is mostly black with a splotch of white on her chest. She has beautiful brown eyes, and her right ear flops over while the left ear stands straight and tall! Dori came from a rural shelter and was rescued the morning she was to be euthanized. Dori loves to go for walks, and is very smart, she listens to instructions and wants to please. She is housetrained and is quickly learning leash manners and other commands. She is as sweet as can be and...Read More
A perfect autumn day for the Annual Chapel Hill Farmer’s Market Pie Competition.
Here are the winners:
Best Sweet: Double Crust Apple Pie by Dominica @ Melina’s Pasta
Best Savory & Best Crust: Kale &Sausage Pie by Seering Stars Farm
Best Use of Market Ingredients: Apple-Ginger Beet by Ever Laughter Farm
Best Presentation: Sweet & Nutty Potato Pie with Cinnamon Crust by Charlie M.
Featured in our Adopt-A-Pet segment this week are twin kittens Alanna and Alex! About three months old, these black and white shorthair twins were found on Highway 54 in August. They’ve been living in the Orange County Animal Services shelter since. Both are up-to-date on their shots and ready to be adopted. Both are affectionate and relaxed cats, easy to transport and easier to love. As part of “Home for the Holidays” at Orange County Animal Services, adoption fees are reduced from November 16th through December 31st. ...Read More
This week’s Hometown Heroes are Kyla and Ilene Speizer, a dynamic mother-daughter duo that specializes in putting in hours at Orange County Animal Services, caring for animals and working hard to find each and every one a home. “Kyla was always an animal lover, and so when she turned 13 and decided she wanted to volunteer, she could only volunteer with a parent,” said Ilene Speizer. “We decided to do it together, and we have a great time doing it together.” Ilene’s daughter Kyla, a sophomore at East Chapel Hill High School, has been volunteering with her mother for...Read More
2016 Election Results As of 12:49 AM on Wednesday, November 9, 2016 Partisan Offices President & Vice President of the United States Candidate Electoral Votes Donald Trump & Michael Pence Republican 244 Hillary Clinton & Tim Kaine Democrat 215 Gary Johnson & William Weld Libertarian (States Reported: 46 of 50) President & Vice President of the United States In North Carolina Candidate Percent Donald Trump & Michael Pence Republican 51 Hillary Clinton & Tim Kaine Democrat 45 Gary Johnson & William Weld Libertarian (Precincts Reported: 2678 0f 2704) President & Vice President of the United States In Orange...Read More
Movember is here! The effort, which began in Australia, encourages men to grow mustaches in November, to raise awareness of men’s health. “Mo” is slang for mustache in Australia. Carrboro’s Auto Logic kicked off the month of Movember with a lunchtime brats and (keg) root beer event last week to support customers, workers and all men with prostate cancer. The grill was hot, the sun was shining, and brats were a plenty — it certainly made for #MOGOODTIMES ! Team Auto Logic is supporting the University of North Carolina and Duke prostate cancer programs. All proceeds benefit the Movember foundation to...Read More
Meet Rusty! Currently living at the Goathouse Refuge in Pittsboro, Rusty is five years old. He has a calm and sweet disposition, and adjusts to new environments with ease, so long as he has a human companion around to provide company and plenty of petting. Unassuming but appreciative of attention, Rusty is non-confrontational when it comes to other cats demanding the spotlight. He waits his turn for food and love, and hopefully can find a home where he can be a companion and live his low-maintenance life with plenty of time set aside for lap sitting and head scratches....Read More