Weighing In On McCants’ Comments
There are still unanswered questions about the academic scandal at UNC, and former basketball star Rashad McCants' comments on ESPN's Outside The Line...
County Commissioners Reverse Course On Rural Recycling Vote
County Commissioners did an abrupt about-face Thursday, reversing a vote on rural recycling funding in response to criticism from the Chapel Hill Town...
Pre-K - 12 Education
Culbreth Middle Schooler Raises Money to Help Teachers
An eight-grader at Culbreth Middle School in Chapel Hill is angry about how little his teachers get paid for the hard work they do, so he decided to h...
News Around Town
Orange County Visitors Bureau Touts to ‘Staycation’
Director of the Chapel Hill-Orange County Visitors Bureau, Laurie Paolicelli, wants vacationers to know about what the county has to offer this summer...
Incoming UNC Football Signee Charged with Larceny
Incoming UNC freshman Avery Hayden Edwards was arrested June 3rd by Wake County sheriff’s deputies. He is charged with felony larceny after his thef...
Hillsborough Chamber Director Steps Down
Margaret Cannell, the Executive Director of the Hillsborough and Orange County Chamber of Commerce, has stepped down from her position, effectively im...
McCants: Williams Knew “100 Percent” About Paper Classes
On ESPN's "Outside the Lines," former UNC star Rashad McCants alleges that Roy Williams knew about phony classes.
This Monday, Imagine Rosemary
Offer your two cents on the future of Rosemary St. at a "Rosemary Imagined" meeting this Monday.
Pre-K - 12 Education
CHCCS Board of Education Faces Future of Mandarin Program
A debate between two parental factions about the future of the Mandarin dual language program in Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools brought nearly 100 ...
Schools, County In Limbo Awaiting NCGA Budget
School and County officials are in limbo awaiting the final state budget, but they say it’s likely to hit local schools hard.
Local Nonprofit ABAN Gets A “Leg Up”
ABAN products will appear in the Spanx.com catalog, thanks to a recent honor.
Hillsborough Mayor Talks Town Budget, Town Future
Mayor Tom Stevens stopped by WCHL to talk about Hillsborough's proposed budget, up for a vote on Monday.
Cystic Fibrosis Risks Increase with Mucins
Researchers from the UNC School of Medicine have found evidence to suggest that patients with cystic fibrosis possess a much greater number of the pro...
UNC Blood Drive Exceeds Their Goal
The 26th Annual Carolina Blood Drive at the Dean E. Smith Center exceeded its goal by collecting over 850 units of blood this year.
Price: On VA Scandal, A Long Way Yet To Go
Rep. David Price calls for more action in the wake of the VA scandal and the resignation of Eric Shinseki.
14th Rabies Case Confirmed, Set to Double 2013 High
Fourteen cases of rabies have been confirmed this year, and since it is only the beginning of June, that number is set to double last year’s total o...
Chapel Hill Balks At BoCC Funding Plan For Recycling Pick-Up
The Town Council is asking County Commissioners to consider funding both rural and urban recycling pick-up for next year from the solid waste reserve ...
Town Council To Vote On 1-Cent Property Tax Hike
Town Council members say a one cent property tax rate hike is needed next year to help the town add to its debt capacity and build big projects sooner...
Lavelle Talks Local Advocacy (And The Fourth Of July)
Carrboro mayor Lydia Lavelle stopped by WCHL studios Wednesday afternoon.
“Something Almost Lovely”: “Etty” At Deep Dish
Playwright Susan Stein brings her one-woman show "Etty" to Deep Dish Theater this weekend.