BOCC Candidates McKee, Marcoplos Meet In WCHL Forum: AUDIO
BOCC District 2 candidates Earl McKee and Mark Marcoplos are facing each other in the May 6 primary.
Early Voting Update
More than 1,000 people cast their ballots early on Monday and Tuesday, and the numbers continue to rise.
UNC Professor Emeritus Wants Answers
Elliott Cramer says he wants more transparency from UNC and the Carol Folt administration.
Merritt’s Co-Owner Robin Britt, 1952-2014
The Chapel Hill-Carrboro community is mourning the recent passing of Robin Britt, co-owner of Merritt’s Store & Grill.
Orange County Sheriff Hopeful Spends Big
One Orange County sheriff’s candidate has raised and spent more money than all his competitors combined.
Cleaning Up The Coal Ash: What’s The Best Way?
In the wake of the massive spill into the Dan River in February, environmental groups are demanding that the nation’s largest utility remove the mor...
UNC’s Boxill: “We Are All Partners”
“We were not and are not islands unto ourselves,” Boxill said.
Pre-K - 12 Education
CHCCS Board of Education Gets Update on ‘Equal Opportunity’ Initiative
Teachers, administrators, counselors, and other student advisers in the Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools system will actively recruit low-income and ...
Increasing Weather Activity Wednesday
The Triangle will see an increasingly unstable air mass throughout the day bringing severe weather to the area.
Hauser, McKee Lead In Fundraising For BoCC Races
Bonnie Hauser and Earl McKee have raised and spent more than their competitors in the race for two seats on the Orange County Board of Commissioners.
Poll: Tillis Widening Gap In N.C. Republican Senate Race
“We’ve really found that Thom Tillis has blown open the Republican Senate primary over the last month..."
Emergency Services On Alert
There’s a flood watch in effect until 6 a.m. Thursday, and local emergency services are preparing for the worst, as well as offering their best advi...
Possible Run-Off Election Dates, If Necessary
Under the current statute, a run-off, or a second primary, is not required if a candidate gets a "substantial" plurality–which Reams says is defined...
Alderman Hopefuls Meet In WCHL Candidates Forum: AUDIO
The three candidates for Carrboro Board of Aldermen met in a forum Monday on WCHL. Listen here.
Flash Flood Watch
Not one year ago, heavy rains flooded Chapel Hill and Carrboro. Are we in for another round this week?
Residents Roll Out To Support Chapel Hill Bike Plan
Chapel Hill leaders hope a new and improved bike plan will convince more residents to ride instead of drive
Hauser, Jacobs Square Off In BOCC Candidate Forum: AUDIO
Bonnie Hauser and Barry Jacobs are the two candidates for the at-large seat on the BOCC. Listen to their debate here.
Pre-K - 12 Education
Pre-School Franchise Invites Public to Grand Opening
A top-ranked pre-school is opening a new location in Chapel Hill next week, and parents are invited to bring their kids on Saturday to a celebration o...
Early Voting Check-In
Nearly 700 people cast early ballots Friday and Saturday continuing to show that the popularity of this primary election is high.
News Around Town
6,000+ Run Ten-Miler
The seventh annual Tar Heel 10 Miler and 4 Mile Run brought people from all over the country to run through Downtown Chapel Hill, and it even brought ...