Mayors of Chapel Hill, Carrboro and Hillsborough Urge Justices to Rule for Marriage Rights
The mayors of Chapel Hill, Carrboro and Hillsborough have joined 223 others mayors in signing an amicus brief, urging the Supreme Court to rule for eq...
Chapel Hill Girls Win 3rd Straight 3-A Regional Title; Face Hickory for State Championship
Once again, the Chapel Hill High girls basketball team is headed for the 3-A state championship game. The Tigers claimed its third consecutive 3-A Eas...
BOG Committee Recommends Shutting Centers at UNC
The UNC Board of Governors Working Group on Centers and Institutes met Wednesday morning to discuss recommendations the committee will be making to th...
Boxill Gives Up Appeal, Resigns from UNC
A key figure in the UNC academic scandal has given up appealing the university’s decision, back in October, to fire her.
UNC Reaches Out To Help Ryan Hoffman
UNC Athletic Director Bubba Cunningham says he and others at the university are looking to find a way to help the former offensive lineman.
UNC System President Ross Responds to Governor’s Budget
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — Highlights of Gov. Pat McCrory’s $21.5 billion spending plan released Thursday for the 2015-16 fiscal year. Unless otherw...
Transparency at UNC
The University of North Carolina has been under an intense microscope in recent years, dealing with questions from an academic scandal that spanned ne...
UNC Graduate Program in Spotlight
The graduate program at UNC was put under the microscope in an article in Sunday’s News and Observer after revelations were made that special permis...
Chancellor Emeritus Moeser: Campus Climate Change at UNC
UNC Chancellor Emeritus James Moeser is calling on residents of North Carolina to stand up for the state’s universities. Anxiety has fallen on much ...
UNC Study: Too Easy For Teens To Get E-cigarettes Online
A new UNC study shows just how easily teens can buy e-cigarettes online, in violation of state law.
Eve Carson Scholarship Carries on Her Memory
Thursday marks the anniversary of a day that many in the Chapel Hill community will never forget. March 5, 2008, Eve Carson was shot and killed. At a ...
March 4, 2015
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Center on Law and Gov’t Voluntarily Closes
The decision of the UNC Board of Governors to close three centers across the UNC System has drawn a lot of attention over the last few days. The Cente...
BOCC Considers Advisory Group for Proposed $125M Bond Package
The Orange County Board of Commissioners is working out which elements to include in a proposed $125 million bond package. If approved, this would fun...
PPP Poll: McCrory Ahead of Cooper, 43-41
North Carolina Attorney General Roy Cooper may be gaining some momentum as the Democratic challenger in next year’s race against Republican Gov. Pat...
Carrboro Assistant Boy Scout Master Pleads Not Guilty
Brian Burnham entered a plea of not guilty to all charges, on Tuesday morning, during his arraignment hearing on child pornography charges. Burnham, t...
Chapel Hill Police To Carry Naloxone Kits
Carrboro Police have carried the kits since October, and in that time, officers have used it twice to revive overdose victims.
When It Snows, Who Clears The Sidewalks?
When it comes to clearing snow off sidewalks and private parking lots, turns out it's a question of "home rule."
Chapel Hill’s November Ballot Could Include $40M Bond Referendum
Chapel Hill residents could vote in November on whether to approve $40 million in bond financing to fund some of the town’s high-priority projects.
Durham DA to Seek Death Penalty Against Hicks
The Durham County District Attorney’s Office will seek the death penalty against 46-year-old Craig Stephen Hicks, WCHL has confirmed. Hicks is accus...