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St. Paul’s 150th; Holiday Waste Collection Conclusion; Chatham Tax Listing
St. Paul AME Church kicks off its celebrations of its doors opening 150 years ago on Sunday.
Chapel Hill Hopes Alarm System Registry Deters False Calls
Starting soon, the Town of Chapel Hill will require all residents and business owners to register their security alarm systems.
Chatham Dems Name Date For House 54 Appointment
Democrats from Chatham and Lee Counties have set a date to name a replacement to fill Deb McManus’s empty seat in the General Assembly.
Short Warm-Up To Come, Then Single-Digit Temps
After another rain front moves through on Sunday, temperatures are expected to plummet early next week.
UNC Hospitals Visitor Restrictions Begin Monday
More than 100 patients have tested positive for influenza and three patients have died from the flu so far this flu season at UNC Hospitals.
’13 NC Gas Prices Stay Low, ’14 Looks To Follow Trend
“We do expect gas prices to remain low, maybe even be slightly lower for 2014..."
Beware Of Black Ice, High Winds
WIND GUSTS OF
THIS MAGNITUDE COULD RESULT IN A FEW DOWNED TREES AND POWER OUTAGES FRIDAY MORNING...IN ADDITION TO WIND CHILL READINGS IN THE TEENS.
Norovirus Peak Season Is Upon Us
"This is the time of year that we really do start seeing an increase in cases...."
2014: Kinnaird Sets Sight On Battling Election Law Changes
“We are hoping that people all over the state will now take part in this..." Kinnaird said.
Cold Temperatures To Follow Thursday Rain
National Weather Service Meteorologist Jonathan Blaes says Thursday’s rain showers will usher in cold temperatures heading into the weekend, but no ...
Water-Borne Parasite Illness Likely Contained In OC
“We are feeling very confident that we got ahead of this and that we are past a lot of it at this point," Shelp said.
Duke In Washington: Setting A Home Base
Duke University ventured out to Washington, D.C. four years ago and now has a permanent location to offer its students, alumni, and others connected t...
Nyang’oro’s Story To Be Told In Court Soon
Since news broke that African and Afro-American Studies Department Chair Julius Nyang'oro was holding fraudulent classes at UNC, everyone has wanted t...
BoCC Eyes Rural Recycling District Tax Plan
Orange County needs a new way to fund rural curbside recycling pick-up, but commissioners aren’t sure what's the most equitable way to pay for the p...
Flu Season Putting Stress On Vaccine Supply
Flu season is still a month or so away from its peak, and health officials are urging people to get their flu shots with the number of cases continuin...
Triangle Expressway Toll Increases 5% With New Year
Commuters using the Triangle Expressway will pay more in 2014 as the rates increased nearly five percent Friday to pay off the bond that helped build ...
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Road Safety In 2014; World Book Night; Home For The Holidays
The Town of Chapel Hill is kicking off 2014 by asking you to make a resolution to drive with care and pay attention when walking or biking.
Listen Live: Rep. Meyer Preparing For 2014 Election
Your newest state representative has his work cut out for him in 2014 as he’ll have to fight for his seat before ever officially sitting in it.
Driver Who Caused Blackout Was Almost Home
The driver who knocked out two power poles causing power outages for 350 Orange County residents was less than half a mile from his home, according to...
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Duke Energy Progress Merger Still Not Complete Online
The Duke Energy Progress merger is at the heart of power outage confusion for Orange County customers Sunday.