News & Sports Archive
CHPD Seeks Neighborhood Hosts For National Night Out Safety Events
Next Tuesday marks the 31st annual National Night Out, and Chapel Hill police are inviting residents to join in the effort to fight crime.
UNC Women’s Soccer Featured In Sports Dynasties Magazine
Anson Dorrance’s program ranked sixth best historical dynasty.
Seven Named To Join NCHSAA Hall of Fame
Seven more outstanding individuals in the annals of state prep athletics have been selected for induction into the NCHSAA Hall of Fame.
Senate Leader Says Cooper Should Defend Amendment
More than 60 percent of voters approved the amendment in 2012.
Experts: Recidivism Not the Only Warning Sign for More Violent Crimes
The beating death of a UNC professor last Wednesday has some crime experts wondering if repeated recidivism ended with a tragic leap from petty crimes...
Court Strikes Down VA Same-Sex Marriage Ban
A three-judge panel struck down Virginia's ban on same-sex marriage Monday, a ruling that has implications for NC.
News Around Town
CH/OC Visitors Bureau Accredited; CH Town Hall Reopening; SolarBees
Town Hall is still undergoing renovations - but progress is being made, and on August 11 the Town of Chapel Hill is expecting to open some new offices...
Injury-Free Schoettmer Eager For Carolina Football Campaign
The 2014 Carolina football season is just a month away, and with preseason training camp just days away, under-the-radar UNC linebacker Jeff Schoettme...
News Around Town
Chapel Hill Town Hall Set to Re-Open Flood-Damaged First Floor
Chapel Hill’s Town Hall is set for a re-opening of its ground floor after more than a year spent fixing water damage and renovating the building on...
NC Attorney General Cooper: I’m Finished Defending Amendment One
Soon after the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Monday afternoon that Virginia’s ban on gay marriage is unconstitutional, North Carolina Atto...
UNC Professor Murdered For Wallet
Two men are charged with the murder of a UNC professor last week, and all they got away with was a wallet.
UNC Program Promotes Energy Awareness Among Local HS Students
This week the Institute is hosting 28 local high school students who will spend a week on the campus of UNC exploring topics related to current energy...
Locals Reach Out To Aid Immigrant Children
With more than 1,000 undocumented children crossing the southern border into the United States each week, locals are looking for a way to respond to w...
Pre-K - 12 Education
Northside Elementary Awarded LEED Platinum Certification
Northside Elementary School has received Platinum certification for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, or LEED, with the Green Building Ce...
Fracking Concerns Blue Ridge Environmental Defense, NC Citizens
With the rising concern of the dangers associated with fracking, many North Carolinians are deeply uncertain about what lies ahead for the state relyi...
Pre-K - 12 Education
UMall Chick-Fil-A Holds School Supply Drive
University Mall’s Chick-fil-A restaurant is hosting a school supply drive to benefit Orange County teachers and students.
NC Ranks 34th in Child Well-Being
North Carolina ranks 34th in the nation for overall child well-being, according to the 2014 KIDS COUNT Data Book.
UNC International Study Makes Breakthrough in Schizophrenia
The UNC School of Medicine has worked with nations across the globe in the largest genomic study to be published on any psychiatric disorder in order ...
OC DA Woodall: ‘Don’t Blame Durham’ for UNC Professor’s Murder
Orange County District Attorney Jim Woodall says that people shouldn’t blame Durham County’s probation and pre-trial supervised release programs f...
“Safety Is Our Highest Priority”: Police Chiefs React To Fatal Attack
The chiefs of police at UNC and Chapel Hill issued a joint statement reaffirming their commitment to public safety.