News Around Town
Chapel Hill Hosts Mayors (And More)
The Mayors Innovation Project drew nearly 100 mayors to Chapel Hill from across the country.
NC Voters in New Polls: A Pox, or a ‘Meh’ on Both Houses
As election day nears, a couple of recent polls confirm what may be obvious to many: North Carolina voters aren’t terribly enthusiastic about their ...
Chapel Hill Police Remind Residents To Lock Up
A flick of the wrist might keep you from falling victim to one of Chapel Hill’s most common crimes.
Pre-K - 12 Education
Orange, CHCCS Districts Ready for New School Year
The new school year begins Monday, and top administrators of Chapel Hill-Carrboro and Orange County Schools say they’re excited about new initiative...
Former UNC President’s House Unearthed
Professors and students in the Archeology Department at UNC didn’t have to travel far for a dig dating back to the early 1800s.
Highway Patrol Seeks Help On Bike Deaths
Nearly a year after two cyclists were hit by a car and killed on 15-501 South, the Highway Patrol needs help identifying the driver who fled the scene...
Eleven UNC Students Cited For Alcohol Violations
The Alcohol Law Enforcement Response Team – or, “ALERT,” for short -- issued 11 citations for alcohol violations by UNC students early Friday mo...
Ron Stutts Takes #IceBucketChallenge
Ron Stutts was first challenged to take the Ice Bucket Challenge by Judge Allen Baddour.
August 22, 2014
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UNC Police Investigating Ehringhaus Dorm Burglaries
Campus police are investigating two burglaries occurring during the early morning of Wednesday in UNC’s Ehringhaus Residence Hall.
CHPD: One Armored Truck, No Weapons From Military Surplus Program
Responding to citizen concerns about the militarization of police, Chapel Hill Police say while they do have one armored truck, it has never been depl...
Poll: Nation On The Wrong Track
North Carolina voters aren’t happy with the direction the nation is headed.
August 21, 2014
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PPP: Senate Race Between Hagan, Tillis Getting Tighter
The U.S. Senate race between Democratic incumbent Sen. Kay Hagan and Republican N.C. House Speaker Thom Tillis is tightening to a likely toss-up.
Affordable-Housing Group Experiences Ephesus-Fordham Setback
A Raleigh-based non-profit organization that provides affordable rental housing will have to re-submit its application for tax credits next year to de...
Dispute Lands One In Hospital
“The officers that responded there found a subject laying on the ground near one of the trailers who was bleeding from the head.”
Chatham Residents: Check Your DMV Bills
Some residents have received tax bills citing the incorrect county rate.
Nut Butters Recalled for Salmonella Risk
Brands of peanut butter and almond butter sold at Whole Foods, Trader Joe’s, Safeway and Kroger have been recalled for suspected salmonella contamin...
August 20, 2014
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Overnight Parking Fees At UNC On Hold
The plan, which was scheduled to take effect August 15, needs more time to work out any potential issues.