News & Sports Archive
Orange County Sheriff’s Office Open for Craigslist Deals
Any of us that have dealt with Craigslist have probably felt a bit uneasy about the experience at the beginning. Craigslist, and other sites like it, ...
After Reviewing 1,000 E-mails, Removal of President Ross Still a Mystery
The announcement in January that Tom Ross would no longer be the President of the UNC System as of early 2016 took many by surprise, including some me...
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ELFs Offer New Commute Around Town
There is an alternative mode of transportation that is picking up some speed throughout our community. You may have noticed some interesting vehicles ...
Tuesday Holds the Key for Tar Heels’ NCAA Hopes
As the ACC baseball tournament begins at the Durham Bulls Athletic Park on Tuesday eighth-seeded UNC will take on the ninth-seeded Virginia Tech Hok...
Shots Fired After Suspect Runs into CHPD Officer
A seemingly routine traffic stop led to a Chapel Hill Police officer firing his weapon. Just after 2:30 Monday afternoon, Officer Drew Cabe attempted ...
Hawkins’ Bond Reduced to $5K
Former UNC Defensive Back Chris Hawkins’ bond was reduced from $300,000 to a $5,000 secured bond at his court hearing on Monday, according to Assist...
Efland Cheeks Teacher Ponders Future Amid Book Controversy
A school teacher at Efland-Cheeks Elementary says he may resign over the controversy surrounding a book he read to students with a homosexual theme. T...
UNC Women’s Lax on to Final Four
The UNC Women’s Lacrosse team is heading to the final four of the NCAA Tournament. The second-ranked Tar Heels knock off Penn State 11-8, on Saturda...
UNC Men’s Golf Finished 8th at Regional
North Carolina men’s golf team concluded the 2015 NCAA Chapel Hill Men’s Golf Regional at six-over-par, resulting in an eighth place finish for th...
UNC Men’s Tennis Falls in Quarterfinals
Fifth-ranked Texas Christian University ended UNC’s run in the Elite Eight of the Men’s Tennis NCAA Tournament on Saturday with a 4-1 victory, in ...
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This Chapel Hill Sculpture Is Literally For The Birds
Or if you want to play up the conflict: "Lazy, Freeloading Birds Shamelessly Leech Off Man's Hard Work."
“Not So Normal” Race Draws 1100
About 1100 runners hit the streets of Carrboro on a beautiful Sunday morning for the Not So Normal 5K, the culmination of a weekend of events that ben...
Tar Heels Fall Short On Senior Day: Virginia Sweeps
The Virginia Cavaliers scored five runs in the sixth inning against five different Tar Heel pitchers on Saturday, en route to an 8-2 victory over the ...
UNC Football 2015 Opener Will Kick Off At 6 PM
Start planning to navigate Charlotte traffic during rush hour on a Thursday.
UNC’s Washington To Transfer
Jessica Washington played two years for UNC women's basketball.
Virginia Chases Bukauskas Early and Shuts UNC Down to Take Series
An early offensive spark, paired with another impressive pitching performance, delivered the Virginia Cavaliers a 6-2 victory over the UNC baseball te...
Parents Crowd Efland Cheeks Gym About Controversial Book
An emotional crowd filled a gymnasium at Efland-Cheeks Elementary School to sound off about a third-grade teacher and a book he read to students. The ...
Golfing for a Good Cause
Chris Blue is known by many in the Chapel Hill community through his position as the Chief of Police. But he has also long served as a board member fo...
New Duke Dean is a Tar Heel
The next Dean of the Trinity College of Arts and Sciences at Duke University is a Tar Heel. Duke announced that Valerie Sheares Ashby, who has been a ...
Tony Hall Celebrates 20 Years
A local business is celebrating 20 years serving our community. Tony Hall and Associates began their work in the Chapel Hill housing market in 1995; w...