“Silver Tsunami” Creates Almost Triple The Demand For Meals On Wheels
The Chapel Hill-Carrboro Meals on Wheels delivered approximately 32,200 meals to seniors in 2013.
CH Town Council ‘Wonk’ Praises Federal Light Rail Approval
Chapel Hill Town Council member Ed Harrison says the Federal Transportation Administration’s approval of the Durham-Orange Light Rail plan clears a ...
Giving A Hoots For Tar Heel Hoops
Rising through the ranks to an important position can still be achieved, as Eric Hoots can attest. Hoots, the Assistant to the Athletic Director for M...
Durham-Orange Light Rail Plan Gets Federal Thumbs Up
"I’m just really happy to be able to share the news that came out just late this afternoon that the Federal Transit Administration announced that th...
Pre-K - 12 Education
Task Force Considers NC Teacher Pay Incentives, Rep Meyer In Attendence
“While the General Assembly talks about recruiting and retaining teachers, they have to remember there is a third ‘R.’ That is respecting teache...
Oakes: Roy’s Remarks – “Home Stretch”
“It’s a long season. You can’t just say, ‘Oh gosh, let’s catch our breath. That’s really good.’ Bottom line ...
CH Planning Board Raises Concerns About Zoning Code For Ephesus-Fordham Area
“The northern part of this area is the gateway to Town. The code should specify, in more detail, the character that the community would like to see ...
Chapel Hill Town Council Urges State Leaders To Expand Medicaid
"What we have in reality is inequality. Health care for those who can afford, very little for those who can’t,” Murray said.
Rep. Price: Cutting Benefits Doesn’t Cut Unemployment
Is unemployment down in NC because the state cut benefits? U.S. Rep. David Price says quite the opposite.
Carrboro BoA Preview: Land Use Ordinance Gets Another Look
The Feb. 15 meeting of the Carrboro Board of Aldermen will be taken up, mostly, by discussion of proposed additions to the town’s Land Use Ordinance...
One Week Left For 2014 Election Filings
Only four local and state races remain without opposition with one week remaining in the filing period for the 2014 elections.
UNC launches new review of past academic problems
North Carolina has hired an outside attorney to conduct yet another independent review of irregularities in an academic department featuring classes w...
Tar Heel Take: Duke
Join Rachel Nash and Alex Curley for the Duke edition of Tar Heel Take as they go behind the scenes of UNC’s thrilling victory over the Duke Blu...
Police Charge Two With Hillsborough Restaurant Break-In
Hillsborough Police arrested two men charged with breaking into a local restaurant.
News Around Town
Jimmy V Foundation Gears Up For March Madness, Rock ‘n’ Roll and Running
CHAPEL HILL - With March Madness coming up, The Jimmy V Foundation for Cancer Research has a string of special events and promotions planned for March...
News Around Town
‘Anonymous People’ Documentary Shows True Faces of Recovering Addicts
Cardinal Innovations Healthcare Solutions has teamed up with Recovery Communities of North Carolina and The School of Social Work to present “The A...
UNC/Duke Game Ticket Controversy Angers Fans Who Were Turned Away
Not all UNC fans were happy after Thursday night’s win over rival Duke. Ticket troubles resulted in many people getting turned away from Dean Dome...
Inclement Weather Warnings Cause Confusion On UNC Campus
“Some of the PA system sirens on the announcements say “tornado sighted’ because that is the way they are prerecorded..."
UNC Students Storm Franklin St. Following Win Over Rival Duke
"We started the Alma Mater. We salsa danced. We did it all..."
Killer in Eve Carson Case Seeks Parole Possibility
Laurence Lovette, one of two men who murdered UNC Student Body President Eve Carson back in 2008, is trying once again to get the possibility of parol...