Carolina Population Center Earns Significant Grant
The U.S. Agency for International Development has awarded the Carolina Population Center of UNC and their global health program with a $180 million aw...
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CHCCS Board of Education Receives Finance Award
The Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools Board of Education has received the Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting by the Gove...
Pet Safety Tips for July 4th
July 5th is considered to be the busiest time of the year for the ASPCA and animal shelters. This is due to animals, like cats and dogs, that panic an...
Meadowmont B&Es: Reminders To Hide Valuables
Two cases of vehicle breaking-and-entering took place Sunday in Meadowmont when valuables were left in plain sight.
Burglary at Granville Towers
A report of a burglary at Granville Towers East this morning is under investigation by the UNC Police.
Arthur To Sea; Clear Skies For Fireworks
Hurricane Arthur has made its way to sea, but not before it took the worst possible path for the Outer Banks.
Fraud Charge Against Nyang’oro Dropped
A prosecutor says he has dismissed a felony fraud charge against a former North Carolina professor linked to a scandal involving academics and athleti...
2014 Election Central
No Early Voting Friday
Don’t travel to Hillsborough Friday to place your vote for Orange County Sheriff.
Fireworks At Kenan Stadium
When do the gates open? Where can I park? We have the answers.
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What Is July 4th Really About?
Chapel Hillian and veteran of the United States Army, Fred Black, says that the Fourth of July is unique in relation to other similar national holiday...
How to Be Safe with Fireworks
This July 4th, Chapel Hill is offering a variety of ways to celebrate, notably the fireworks display at Kenan Stadium. The Chapel Hill Fire Department...
UNC Student Project Goes “Whole Hog”
"Powering A Nation" is the organization, and "Whole Hog" is the project - an online exploration of NC's hog industry.
Local Schools In Limbo Awaiting State Budget
As state lawmakers wrangle over the budget, Chapel Hill-Carrboro school officials are struggling to anticipate how funding cuts will impact local clas...
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On July 4, Remembering Our Civil Rights Legacy
Chapel Hill and Carrboro are both holding events this week to commemorate America's centuries-long fight for equality.
CPD Seeks Info For Fraudulent Prescription Case
He's wanted for questioning after he presented a fraudulent prescription to the CVS Pharmacy in Car Mill last month.
Hurricane Arthur Heading For N.C. Coast
"The storm may not get that close to the coast" to have a big impact on the Triangle.
Council Chooses Arts & Sciences Foundation to Buy Old Public Library
The University of North Carolina Arts & Sciences Foundation is the Town Council’s favorite bidder for the Old Chapel Hill Public Library on...
In Forum, Sheriff Candidates Find Common Ground
With the runoff election near, sheriff candidates Charles Blackwood and David Caldwell met at WCHL studios.
Hedgepeth Murder Information To Be Released
Durham County Superior Court Judge Howard Manning ordered the redacted search warrants and un-redacted 911 calls to be released.
OC Sheriff Voting For Blackwood As Replacement
Early voting for Orange County’s new sheriff starts Thursday, and current Sheriff Lindy Pendergrass says he is casting his vote for candidate Charle...