School Boards Ask Commissioners To Spend More Per Pupil
The two local school districts presented their 2015-16 budget requests to the Orange County Board of Commissioners on Tuesday.
Lecture at Chapel Hill Library to Focus on Planning for Growth
How we develop and plan for growth is always a hot topic in Chapel Hill and the surrounding area. David Shreve is the President of Advocates for a Sus...
PlayMakers, Deep Dish Wrap Up Chapel Hill Theater Season
PlayMakers presents "Mary's Wedding"; Deep Dish presents "The Liar."
Supreme Court Hears Same-Sex Marriage Appeal
Marriage equality was once again the topic of arguments before the US Supreme Court, on Tuesday. This comes after same-sex marriage bans were upheld b...
Is Affordable Housing a Priority for Chapel Hill?
Critics say Chapel Hill is not prioritizing affordable housing, especially in the Ephesus-Fordham district. Local housing leaders discuss this issue.
Town Council Moves Forward With $40M Bond
Chapel Hill leaders plan to put a $40 million dollar bond on the municipal ballot this fall.
Applicants Vie for Chapel Hill Town Council Seat
Five applicants made their cases to the Chapel Hill Town Council for appointment to the vacant council seat, at Monday’s special meeting.
The Community Forum in a Timeline of Tweets
Our Community Forum is one of the biggest days of the year here at WCHL, which means everyone here is working all day long to bring you the best cove...
Hydrilla Task Force To Use Herbicide To Battle Invasive Weed In Eno River
State and local officials are launching a pilot program to try to control an invasive weed spreading in the Eno River.
Chancellor Folt: Northside Neighborhood Initiative will Strengthen Community
UNC Chancellor Carol Folt says the Northside neighborhood initiative is aimed at helping strengthen the community. “Our excitement about this is tha...
Is Carrboro Developing at the Right Pace?
Carrboro struggles to strike the right balance for development.
Suspect Arrested After Chapel Hill Chase
A suspect that led police on a high-speed chase in Chapel Hill and the UNC campus has been arrested, according to authorities.
Police, Sheriff’s Office Look To Build New Community Relationships
Local law enforcement leaders are looking for new ways to reach out the wider community.
Education Leaders Explore Thorny Topic of Charter Schools
Education leaders explored the complicated topic of charter schools at WCHL’s Community Forum on Thursday.
Six Vie for Vacant Council Seat
Six Chapel Hill residents have put their names forward to be appointed to the vacant seat on the Town Council.
UNC: Under Wraps? Transparency Still A Major Concern
UNC officials have publicly stated they're committed to "transparency." How well are they doing?
WCHL Community Forum Held on Thursday
The 2015 WCHL Community Forum is a day-long conversation with newsmakers from across the community on the issues that matter to you.
Carrboro, Chapel Hill and Orange County Leaders Push Alternatives to Tax Hikes
It’s that time of year when local boards start talking budgets, and constituents wonder if tax increases are on the way.
Chapel Hill Development: What’s Working, What’s Not?
It’s been a decade since Chapel Hill leaders began to push for more commercial growth to balance the tax base. But David Schwartz, co-founder of Cha...
UNC: Under Fire?
Funding is being cut and centers have been closed. Is UNC under siege?