NCGA Shifts All 2016 Primaries To March
Thanks to a last-minute move by the General Assembly, next year’s primary election will be scheduled for March 15.
News Around Town
Big Reveal Friday For CH Realtors’ “Fix-A-Home”
The Fix-A-Home project is in its ninth year.
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...
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...
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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...
CHTC Weighs Pros And Cons of B&Bs
The Town Council is pondering how bed and breakfasts might change the character of Chapel Hill’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: 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...
Carrboro High Students to Visit United Nations Meeting
The United Nations is set to unveil Sustainable Development Goals in New York in front of the Pope on Friday. A group of ambitious teenagers from Carr...
With State Budget Set, School Districts Inch Toward Final Spending Plans
School officials are sorting out the impact of the new state budget and working to patch gaps at the local level.
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Friday, Community Home Trust Is “Opening Doors”
Friday's event at the Carolina Inn will benefit Community Home Trust.
UNC Process Series Opens Season With Dance
The show will be the first student dance project in the Process Series' 8-year history.
Deep Dish Wraps Up U-Mall Run With Double Bill
After fourteen years at University Mall (plus a couple months at University Place), Chapel Hill’s Deep Dish Theater Company is moving on –...
Pre-K - 12 Education
Forum Saturday Will Tackle Equity, Excellence At CHCCS
Saturday's forum at Northside Elementary will tackle the achievement and discipline gaps at CHCCS.
Orange County Sheriff’s Office Seeks Help To Find Man Missing 5 Months
The Orange County Sheriff’s Office is asking for your help to bring home a man who’s been missing for months
Chapel Hill Motorist Charged After Striking Cyclist
A Chapel Hill motorist struck a cyclist on Rosemary Street near Breadmen’s on Wednesday evening. Chapel Hill Police Lieutenant Josh Mecimore says p...
Poll Shows Tight Race Ahead for Chapel Hill Municipal Election
Undecided voters will likely determine the Chapel Hill Town Council and Mayoral leadership this November, according to new polling numbers. With a hea...
UNC Faculty Chair Bruce Cairns Suffers Heart Attack
UNC has announced that Faculty Chair, and North Carolina Jaycee Burn Center Director, Dr. Bruce Cairns suffered a heart attack last Friday, September ...