CHCCS Board Eyes Teacher Turnover And Tough Budget Cuts
The Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools board welcomed new and returning members on Thursday as school officials eye tough budget challenges ahead.
South Africans Mourn, Celebrate Mandela
Mourners also say it is a time to celebrate the achievements of the iconic former South African president and anti-apartheid leader.
Triangle Transit Leader Defends Light Rail Plan
“This system is not aiming at where we are today but where we will be 12, 20 and 30 years from now," King said.
Duke Researcher Produces New Camera 100X Stronger
Researchers at Duke University continue to develop new technologies with versatile uses.
Triangle Fast Food Workers Protest For Higher Wages
"These folks are just really tired of working on their feet 40 to 60 hours a week, and having almost nothing to show for it..."
Pre-K - 12 Education
NC Teachers Could See A Pay Raise In 2014
Governor Pat McCrory said he wants to roll out a public school teacher pay proposal early in 2014....
Lavelle, Kleinschmidt On OC’s Legacy Of “Firsts” For LGBTQ Community
“I’m really proud to be an elected official in Orange County where frankly it doesn’t matter that I’m gay," Lavelle said.
Barber, 11 Others Found Guilty In Moral Monday Protests
WAKE COUNTY – A Wake County judge found North Carolina NAACP President William Barber and 11 other Moral Monday protesters guilty of second-degr...
News Around Town
Former University Inn Proprietor Dies
Long-time Chapel Hill resident and proprietor of the University Inn and Pine Restaurant, Charles Nottingham, died Friday at the age of 94.
Compass Committee Votes To Change Obey Creek Plan
The Obey Creek Compass Committee on Tuesday voted to reject the concept plan for a mixed-use project along South 15-501 unless major changes are made....
UNC Academic Scandal: Ex-prof To Plead Not Guilty
A defense attorney says a former professor at the center of an academic scandal involving athletes at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill ...
NC School Safety Panel Holding First Meeting
A panel asked by Gov. Pat McCrory to recommend ways to make North Carolina public schools safer is holding its first meeting.
McCrory To Head To Washington To Discuss Military
Gov. Pat McCrory is scheduled to use a trip to Washington to bring attention to the importance of the military and veterans in North Carolina.
Obama, In Speech, To Focus On Income Disparities
President Barack Obama is renewing his focus on the income gap between rich and poor.
News Around Town
Mitchell Scholarship; NCAA Elite 89 Award; Spring Commencement Speaker
Carolina Senior Sarah Bufkin has been selected for the prestigious Mitchell Scholarship.
Carrboro Celebrates NC’s 1st Openly-Lesbian Mayor
Lydia Lavelle was sworn-in as Carrboro's new mayor Tuesday evening, making history as North Carolina's first openly-lesbian mayor.
NAACP’s William Barber Back In Court For Moral Monday Charges
The group was the first of more than 900 people arrested during the weekly Moral Monday peaceful protests...
Flu Causes 3 Deaths In North Carolina
“I really would encourage everyone to get an annual flu vaccine," McCall said.
CHPD Seeks CHPL Larceny Suspect
The Chapel Hill Police Department needs your help finding the suspect of a larceny from a person last week at the Chapel Hill Public Library.
Chapel Hill Police Seek ATM Fraud Suspect
Chapel Hill Police need your help finding the suspect of ATM card fraud occurring in mid-October.