Verla Insko on Senator Kinnaird
CHAPEL HILL - Democratic member for the North Carolina General Assembly, Verla Insko, worked with Senator Kinnaird for many years. Following Senat...
Mayor Kleinschmidt On Kinnaird: “One Of The Bravest”
Pictured: Mayor Mark Kleinschmidt CHAPEL HILL – Following Sen. Ellie Kinnaird’s resignation from the state senate, Chapel Hill Mark Kleins...
Ellie Kinnaird Resigns From NC Senate
"What led me to this decision are the actions taken by the Republican majority in the legislature..."
Campaign Seeks To Push Seattle Minimum Wage To $15
Washington already has the nation's highest state minimum wage at $9.19 an hour. Now, there's a push in Seattle, at least, to make it $15.
NC Unemployment Rate See Second Uptick Of 2013
North Carolina’s unemployment rate saw its first increase since January with July’s rate at 8.9 percent.
NC Launches Campaign Against Drunken Driving
Authorities say law enforcement officers are out in full force across North Carolina to catch drunken drivers.
News Around Town
Hillsborough Paving; OC Health Teams With Piedmont; Chatham Waste Survey
While Chapel Hill road construction is wrapping up with the return of students and teachers, the Town of Hillsborough is beginning some resurfacing pr...
News Around Town
Family Fare BP Owner To Be Cited Monday
The State Department of Environment and Natural Resources will charge the Family Fare BP’s owner for the gasoline spill on August 2.
UNC To Resume, CH/C Follows Suit
Living in a college town means living by the college calendar, and things are picking up again in Chapel Hill-Carrboro.
NC Voter ID Court Battles Likely To Be Lengthy
Several lawsuits have been filed in federal court after McCrory signed the voter I.D. bill into law on August 12....
Protesters Gear Up For 3 Moral Mondays Across NC
"..calling on North Carolinians from every background to action, from the coast to the mountains."
UNC Grad Making Noise In Local Music Scene
“Every city has a soundtrack. It’s our job to play it.”
NC Not As Southern As Some May Think
Public Policy Polling conducted a poll based around culture and found North Carolina is not as “deep south” or “redneck” as many people think.
UNC Wraps Up Move-In Weekend Sunday
It’s move-in time at UNC and students have been keeping Rick Bradley and many others from the Center for Housing and Residential Education busy.
Local Businesses Rebuild After Flooding
More than a month after flooding hit our local area, some businesses are still working to make repairs and get back their original state.
Chapel Hill Welcomes Students New And Old
Local businesses and organizations are teaming together to make the transition for newcomers and their families as smooth as possible.
Veto No. 2: Seasonal Work Limit Remains 90 Days
Governor Pat McCrory says he took a stand Thursday to protect your state’s jobs with his second veto while in office.
Veto No. 1: No Drug Tests For Welfare Applicants
Your North Carolina senator, Ellie Kinnaird, has one point of positive feedback for Governor Pat McCrory’s veto of the Welfare Drug Testing bill, bu...
State Releases Water Test Results Of CH Gas Leak
“This was a way to sample the surface water to have an understanding and to demonstrate whether or not we had water violations from the spill."
Pro-Israel Bus Ads To Debut Saturday
New Bus Ad; Courtesy: StandWithUs and Voice 4 Israel CHAPEL HILL - The pro-Israel bus ad, a counter to a previous ad which called for an end to U.S. ...