UNC Offers Admission to Over 6,200 Applicants From Early Deadline
UNC has offered admission to more than 6,200 candidates from the record number of first-year applications to the state’s flagship university, accord...
Orange County Sheriff’s Office Looking for Suspect
The Orange County Sheriff’s Office is looking for Linwood “Fred” Clay, after he fled from court personnel as they attempted to take him into cus...
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Letter Grades Given to NC Public Schools
Schools across North Carolina received letter grades from the Department of Public Instruction on Thursday. Chapel Hill – Carrboro City Schools, as ...
Orange County’s Unemployment Rate Remains at 3.9 Percent
Orange County continues to hold the third best employment numbers in the state, according to number released by the North Carolina Department of Comme...
Shots Fired at Durham PD Vehicle
Shots were fired at a Durham police investigator around noon on Wednesday, and CrimeStoppers is offering a reward for information leading to an arrest...
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Kidzu to Host Pre-Opening Events at New Facility
Kidzu Children’s Museum has inhabited several locations during its nearly a decade of operations in Chapel Hill. And they are scheduled to open thei...
North Carolina Comedy Arts Festival is Underway
The North Carolina Comedy Arts Festival is underway through February 15. The festival is produced by the DSI Comedy Theater, at 426 West Franklin Stre...
CHCCS Nominated for Green Ribbon
The Chapel Hill – Carrboro City School System has been nominated for a national award for the “green” programs they have implemented. Two school...
Lawmakers Set to Introduce Bipartisan Redistricting Reform
A plan for redistricting in North Carolina is once again being put forward by state lawmakers. How far it will go is still to be determined.
Cat’s Cradle Owner to Carrboro BoA: Growing Arts Scene Presents ‘Dilemma’
The owner of the Cat’s Cradle told the Carrboro Board of Aldermen at Tuesday night’s meeting that his business and the ArtsCenter are both in the ...
School Superintendents Talk Over State Budget Cuts to Public Schools
The number of public school students in North Carolina has increased by more than 48,000 since 2007-08, yet the state funding level for public schools...
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Duke Documentary Students Photograph Hillsborough
Students from Duke’s Center for Documentary Studies have been coming to Hillsborough for the past eight years to photograph its people and places.
Town Council Looks For Creative Solutions To Chapel Hill’s Challenges
Chapel Hill leaders are looking for innovative solutions to address some of the major challenges facing the town.
Board of Aldermen to Hear More Public Comments About CAIC
The Carrboro Board of Aldermen will hold a second public hearing tonight on the proposed Carrboro Arts & Innovation Center that would be home to the A...
UNC Business Students Make Fourth Car Giveaway Possible
Social entrepreneur and Kenan-Flagler Business School instructor Jim Kitchen introduced himself to Sam McAdoo on Monday in about the nicest way possib...
Cat’s Cradle Owner Refrains from CAIC Opinions; Renews Request for New Venue
The owner of The Cat’s Cradle in Carrboro has weighed in on the proposed Art & Innovation Center for ArtsCenter and Kidzu in downtown Carrboro, in a...
How Far Will Google Fiber Reach? Still To Be Determined
Google made the announcement last week that it would be bringing their ultra-fast internet service to our community. But with the excitement came ques...
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Google Fiber Won’t Reach Hillsborough
Hillsborough officials released a statement Friday, in response to questions from residents.
CHPD To Patrol Crosswalks In February: Bike And Pedestrian Safety
The patrols are part of an ongoing commitment to improving bike and pedestrian safety in town.
UNC Business Students Turn Profits into Another Car Giveaway
A Chapel Hill woman’s transition out of homelessness has been made easier with the gift of a car, thanks to the efforts of budding entrepreneurs at...