News & Sports Archive
UNC Parr Center For Ethics Has New Director
Geoffrey Sayre-McCord replaces Jan Boxill.
UNC Bans Student Travel To 3 West African Countries Hit by Ebola
UNC officials on Wednesday announced that students are now prohibited from visiting three countries affected by the Ebola outbreak.
Chapel Hill Police Take Aim At Bike And Pedestrian Safety
Chapel Hill Police will be monitoring high traffic areas in the coming weeks to try to improve bike and pedestrian safety.
Transformed Meeks Poised For Breakout Season
Low-post returning starter Kennedy Meeks could be an X-factor for the No. 6 North Carolina men’s basketball team this season.
News Around Town
Unmask Domestic Violence This Wednesday
The Compass Center for Women and Families is hosting a domestic-violence awareness event at City Kitchen.
Chapel Hill Shooter Pleads Guilty To Wife’s Murder
Ali Cherfaoui pleaded guilty to second degree murder on Monday in the 2012 killing of his estranged wife.
To Cut Through Campaign Rhetoric, Local Activist Says, “Listen First”
One local activist is encouraging voters to “Listen First, Vote Second.”
Developer Authorized to Build Multistory Apartment Building in Downtown Chapel Hill
On Monday night, The Chapel Hill Town Council authorized a developer to build a multistory apartment building just west of UNC’s campus.
Bench Trial Amendment Gets Thumbs Down from DA and Civil Rights Attorney
The Orange-Chatham district attorney and a local civil rights lawyer are both speaking out against a proposed amendment to automatically allow crimina...
Mack Hollins, Team Confidence Soaring for Tar Heels
There’s a much more positive atmosphere surrounding the Tar Heel football program following back-to-back ACC victories. UNC head coach Larry Fedora ...
Pre-K - 12 Education
Phillips Middle Students, Staff Take a Stand Against Bullying
Students, teachers, counselors and administrators at Phillips Middle School all made an extra effort last week to make sure that everyone does their p...
With Senate Race Still Close, Voter Turnout Is High In OC
2014 Election Day is a week away, and many races are coming down to the wire.
‘Comeback Carolina’ Keeps Coastal Crown In Sight
UNC head coach Larry Fedora wasn’t pleased with the way his football team played Saturday in Charlottesville. But the Tar Heels snuck past the Caval...
Pre-K - 12 Education
CHCCS Seniors Succeed On SATs
The average CHCCS senior scored an 1183.
Town Council Talks Development(s) Monday
The Chapel Hill Town Council will discuss several development proposals at Monday's meeting.
Gluten-Free Chicken Recall: Staph Contamination
The USDA announced the recall this weekend.
Unemployment Down In NC (But So Is Employment)
NC's unemployment rate went down in September, but not all the numbers are good.
Tar Heels Survive Cavaliers 28-27
The North Carolina football team dispatched the Virginia Cavaliers 28-27 Saturday afternoon at Scott Stadium to improve to 4-4 on the season and 2-2 i...
UNC Routs Fayetteville State In Exo
Freshman Justin Jackson led five double-figure scorers as North Carolina cruised past Fayetteville State, 111-58, in an exhibition contest at the Smit...
Early Voting Off To Strong Start In Orange County
2,523 voters turned out for the first day of early voting in Orange County.