News & Sports Archive
Closings and Delays
Schools: Orange County Schools CLOSED SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28. All Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools activities will be delayed until 10:00 a.m. Saturda...
Winter Weather Advisory
The National Weather Service in Raleigh has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for Central North Carolina beginning at 9 o’clock Thursday evening...
Snow Sends UNC-Rhode Island Baseball Series to Florence, SC
Mother Nature has sent the 11th ranked, 4-2, UNC baseball team on the road yet again, as their scheduled home series against the 0-3 Rhode Island Rams...
Slumping Tar Heels Head To Miami In Hopes Of Recovery Effort
The No. 15 North Carolina men’s basketball team, 19-9 overall and 9-6 in ACC action, hits the road to sunny south Florida to take on the 18-10 Miami...
Marathon Jam Scheduled for Saturday
For the seventh-consecutive year the American Legion Post 6 in Chapel Hill will host the Marathon Jam. The event is this Saturday and will raise thous...
Pre-K - 12 Education
Schools Forced into Tough Rescheduling Choice
Students in our area have been enjoying many snow days in the last two weeks. But they will have to be made up. A statement from Chapel Hill-Carrboro ...
New Charge for Carrboro Assistant Boy Scout Master
A new charge has been filed against former Carrboro Boy Scout Troop Assistance Scout Master Brian Burnham. The 36-year-old Former Boy Scout Troop 845 ...
UNC Faces UVA In Final Night In Carmichael
As a part of senior night, UNC will briefly honor its veteran players Brittany Rountree, Latifah Coleman, Danielle Butts, Whitney Adams and Megan Buck...
Local Businessman Chris Derby Passes Away
William “Chris” Derby, 57, died suddenly Monday night, reportedly from a heart attack. Chris was a leader in the business community and community ...
NC Senate Passes Bill Allowing Magistrates to Refuse Gay Weddings
A bill that allows magistrates to opt out of performing weddings for same-sex couples, on religious grounds, passed in the state Senate Wednesday, and...
Hatchell Recognized For Courage, Fighting Spirit
UNC women ‘s basketball head coach Sylvia Hatchell has been named the winner of the ninth annual Bob Bradley Spirit and Courage Award.
CHTC Member Storrow to Host Town Halls
Chapel Hill Town Council Member Lee Storrow is scheduled to host the first of four town hall events Wednesday evening. Over the next two weeks, Storro...
UNC Baseball Game Against Winthrop Canceled
The 4-2, 11th ranked , UNC baseball team’s home game against the 3-3 Winthrop Eagles has been canceled. Winter weather conditions forced the canc...
3 Former UNC Athletes Join McAdoo in Lawsuit Against School
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — A former women’s basketball player at the University of North Carolina has joined in a lawsuit which alleges the school...
Tar Heels Fall To Wolfpack With Historically Poor Offense
The No. 15 North Carolina men's basketball team couldn't overcome a miserable first half Tuesday night, ultimately falling to rival N.C. State 58-46. ...
UNC Settles Lawsuit From Mary Willingham
The University of North Carolina has reached a settlement in the lawsuit from learning specialist Mary Willingham, who resigned last year after her pu...
Pre-K - 12 Education
CHCCS Under Criticism Following Delayed Announcement
Many parents with elementary and middle school aged children in Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools were upset Tuesday morning with the decision to, ini...
Town Council Approves Mixed-Use Development at Chapel Hill’s Edge
At Monday’s meeting, the town council unanimously approved a permit that paves the way for building a mixed-use development in north Chapel Hill.
CH Town Council Member Czajkowski Stepping Down For Rwanda Move
Chapel Hill Town Council member Matt Czajkowski announced Monday he's stepping down at the end of March.
Roy Williams Wants More Help From Fans In N.C. State Rivalry Rematch
Tuesday night at 8 p.m., the No. 15 North Carolina men’s basketball team, 19-8 overall with a 9-5 mark in the ACC, will square off with its rival fr...