Remembering Former Rec & Parks Director Richard Kinney, 1952-2014
Friends and colleagues of retired Carrboro Recreation & Parks Director Richard Kinney remember him as a forward thinker who left an indelible stamp on...
UNC Library Celebrates 7 Millionth Book
“It is a very great thing to have such a remarkable library here in the Triangle,” Funke says.
Orange County Rape Crisis Center Marks 40th Year With 2 Events
The Orange County Rape Crisis Center in Chapel Hill marks its 40th anniversary this year with a couple of upcoming community events.
UNC President to Attend Forum on College Athletes
Next week, University of North Carolina President Tom Ross will take part in public discussions about college sports and academic values, at the invit...
Poll: Voters Think Duke Energy Should Pay For Coal Ash Clean-Up, Not Customers
A new poll finds that almost 80 percent of North Carolinians think Duke Energy alone should pay for the clean-up efforts from the recent coal ash spil...
1 Flu Death Reported Last Week, Cases Cont. To Decline
Except for a spike in mid-February, the numbers have steadily declined. The one death reported last week is the lowest weekly total recorded this flu ...
Well-Heeled NBA, Thanks To Ex-UNC Standouts
The Dallas Mavericks? With three former UNC basketball standouts on its roster, perhaps the NBA team should be called the Dallas Tar Heels. Along with...
Economist: Next Three Years Will Be Strong
Economist Mark Vitner says he expects the economy to remain strong with steady growth through at least 2016.
Chapel Hill Man Killed By Wednesday Storm
A Chapel Hill man was killed by a falling tree while standing on his deck during a thunderstorm Wednesday afternoon.
PPP: Obama’s Approval Up 2% From December
President Obama’s approval numbers have improved slightly in a new poll, which could be one reason Democrats have re-taken the lead in a generic con...
CHCCS Works to Get Quicker School Closing Information Out to Parents
School officials are reviewing better ways of getting last-minute alerts out to parents, after last Friday’s freezing rain shut down Chapel Hill-Car...
Meals On Wheels Gears Up For “Community Champions Week”
Seven elected “champion” officials are set to deliver meals to homebound and hungry seniors...
Race For House 50 Profile: Hannah Hopes To Make Small Businesses Top Priority
"My background in business-oriented decision making, I think, is needed in the legislature in general.”
Oakes: Roy’s Remarks – “March Madness”
“Generally speaking, kids do get more enthused at tournament time. I’m pretty straightforward with them. I say, ‘Hey, we turned it a...
Carrboro Aldermen Consider Drug Store Drive-Throughs
The Town of Carrboro is asking for public input about whether drive-thoughs should be allowed at future pharmacies.
News Around Town
Homeownership, Scholarship, Taxes And Snow Days
Congrats to local high achievers; learn how to buy an affordable home; snow changes CHCCS schedule; get help on taxes.
Consultant Recommendations Calms Some Residents’ Worries About “Chatham Park”
Now that a recently-hired consulting firm has made suggestions calling for a more detailed project plan for the proposed Chatham Park, Pittsboro resid...
Construction On UMall Luxury Cinema To Begin In April; Open By ’15
Construction on the new luxury, 13 screen movie theater in Chapel Hill’s University Mall is expected to begin in April of this year.
Republican Senate Primary Tied In NC; Tillis’ Numbers Drop
"With eight candidates, and all of them so closely bunched together, it is looking more and more likely that this is going to be headed for a run-off....
All Orange County Power Outages Expected to End Wednesday
Representatives of Duke Energy and Piedmont Electric say they expect power to be restored for all customers by late Wednesday night.