By Joel Pagan
  • Transit Tax In Effect In Orange County

    April 1, 2013 at 5:37 pm

    ORANGE COUNTY – It’s no joke, the half-cent transit tax approved in November went into effect Monday at midnight. By a vote of 59 to 41, Orange County residents approved the tax placed on the ballot by the County Commissioners that will supply funding for improved county transportation. The County has plans for services totaling $661.1 million. Those plans include […]

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    UNC Softball Wins Weekend Series Over VT

    March 31, 2013 at 4:28 pm

    CHAPEL HILL- The North Carolina softball team bounced back to win the weekend series over Virginia Tech 2-1 at Anderson Stadium. The teams played in a double header Saturday. Going into Saturday’s games the Tar Heels were up 1-0 on the series after winning 3-2 Friday night. North Carolina fell 6-7 in game two, but recovered with a third […]

  • Fox Suspected Of Biting Two In Southern Chapel Hill Tested Positive For Rabies

    March 22, 2013 at 10:12 pm

    CHAPEL HILL – Orange County Animal Services announced Thursday that tests of a fox likely responsible for biting two people in southern Chapel Hill came back positive for rabies. The fox was caught and killed when it was trying to attack a person’s car in the Dogwood Acres area of Chapel Hill on Wednesday. While it can’t […]

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    UNC SB President Says Charges Against Gambill Weren’t Started By Honor Court

    February 28, 2013 at 3:44 pm

    CHAPEL HILL – UNC’s student body president Will Leimenstoll says the charges brought against sophomore Landen Gambill have gained lots of attention on campus. “People are definitely frustrated, and understandably so,” Leimenstoll says. “(They’re) concerned about some of the allegations that have been put out there and kind of asking a lot of questions. I […]

  • Shoop Heads For Purdue

    February 8, 2013 at 1:00 pm

    When Everett Withers and the remains of the Butch Davis coaching regime were not retained, only one member of the old staff stayed in Chapel Hill. John Shoop was still under contract for the 2012 season at UNC, so for the first time since grade school Shoop spent an autumn off the football field. Besides […]

  • Hola tests

    December 28, 2012 at 11:34 am

    This are test, thank you very much.