Citizens Share Feelings at Durham Orange Light Rail Public Hearing
Citizens from both sides shared their opinions at the Durham Orange Light Rail public hearing Tuesday evening. If passed, the light rail train would r...
Pre-K - 12 Education
Rain Or Shine, “Tiger Chill” Is On At CHHS Saturday
Organizers are moving it inside, but Tiger Chill is going on as planned.
TOPO Distillery Celebrates New Law
Top of the Hill owner Scott Maitland had a lot to celebrate last week. The same day that his son Andrew was born, the North Carolina General Assembly ...
Pre-K - 12 Education
Carrboro Students Talk Development, Aid In NYC
Last week, Carrboro High School teacher Matt Cone led a group of students to New York City for a three-day visit to discuss global aid and development...
Suspect Pleads Guilty to Striking Chapel Hill Police Officer with Vehicle
A Durham woman was sentenced to between 77 and 105 months in Orange County prison on Thursday, after striking a Chapel Hill Police Officer with her ve...
NWS: Expect At Least 2-4 Inches Of Rain By Sunday
The potential for high winds and post-storm flooding is just as worrisome as the rain itself.
What’s Left After the General Assembly Went Home
The North Carolina General Assembly has wrapped up one of the longest legislative sessions in recent memory. Municipalitiesâ€™ ability to make decisio...
Potential Flooding in Forecast for Orange County
The forecast for our community is calling for several inches of rain beginning late Thursday. Orange County Emergency Services Emergency Management Co...
UNC Legend, 95, Will Lead “Walk For Health”
Bobby Gersten leads the Walk For Health every year.
UNC Coach: ‘Marquise Williams is Our Starter.’
If there were any thoughts of a quarterback controversy in Chapel Hill, Larry Fedora tried to squash them at his press conference earlier this week. â...
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Big Reveal Friday For CH Realtors’ “Fix-A-Home”
The Fix-A-Home project is in its ninth year.
NCGA Shifts All 2016 Primaries To March
Thanks to a last-minute move by the General Assembly, next yearâ€™s primary election will be scheduled for March 15.
Wife of Missing Man Pleads For Help: ‘All Of Us Are Stuck In Limbo’
The wife of a local man missing for almost six months is making a personal plea for help to bring him home.
Sexual Assault Data Released by UNC
Nearly one in four female students at UNC reported some form of unwanted sexual advancement, according to recent statistics. The University of North C...
Armed Robbery Reported on Franklin St
Chapel Hill Police are investigating an armed robbery from over the weekend. A man was robbed at knifepoint early Sunday morning on Franklin Street, a...
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NC Supreme Court Denies Appeal Over Fees at The Cedars
The North Carolina State Supreme Court has declined to review a Court of Appeals decision regarding membership and monthly overhead fees at The Cedars...
Kania Indicted on All Charges in Connection with Wrong-Way Crash
An Orange County Grand Jury has returned a true bill of indictment on all charges and one aggravating factor against 20-year-old Chandler Kania, accor...
CHTC Weighs Pros And Cons of B&Bs
The Town Council is pondering how bed and breakfasts might change the character of Chapel Hillâ€™s historic neighborhoods. In some tourist towns like ...
UNC Faculty Council Votes Against Resolutions Involving Faculty Athletics Committee
Everything seemed to feel a little bit different about the faculty council meeting on Friday. It was the first meeting in the new location in Kerr Hal...
House Votes to Remove Light Rail Spending Cap
***UPDATE:Â The North Carolina House voted on Monday night to remove the spending cap that was initially placed on light rail spending in the state bu...