News & Sports Archive
Chapel Hill Drug Manufacturer Ends Agreement with Johnson & Johnson
Chapel Hill-based drug developer Pozen has been in the spotlight a lot as of late. In mid-December the FDA did not approve the company’s latest drug...
Hillsborough PD Investigating Dec 23 Shooting
An investigation is ongoing into a shooting that sent three victims to the hospital last week, in Hillsborough. Hillsborough Police Lieutenant Davis T...
Tar Heel Women Return, Take On Great Danes
The No. 9 North Carolina women’s basketball team, 11-1 on the season, returns to action Tuesday afternoon to take on 7-5 Albany at 2 p.m. inside Car...
News Around Town
Chapel Hill Police Honor Officer in Hospice, as Support Pours in from All Over NC
An effort by local law enforcement to honor a former officer has prompted and outpouring of support from police officers across the country.
2014: The Year that Carrboro Became a ‘Bee City’
Citizens of Carrboro may remember 2014 as the year that town leaders put bees on the A-list.
Varsity Theatre Needs Digital Upgrade To Stay Open
The owners of the iconic Varsity Theater on Franklin Street are looking to raise $50,000 dollars to go digital.
Beyond The Arc: Tar Heels Shooting For More Perimeter Success
The UNC men’s basketball team made life much easier on itself Saturday afternoon against UAB – knocking down seven three-pointers to break the gam...
Tar Heels Blow Out Blazers With Balanced Scoring
The No. 20 North Carolina men's basketball team exacted some revenge Saturday afternoon in Chapel Hill, handily defeating UAB to improve to 9-3 overa...
News Around Town
UNC’s Quick Lane Loss Means Town Council Will See Red
UNC's defeat on Friday will have a ripple effect on Chapel Hill's elite sartoriality.
December 27, 2014
Nicole Bruno talks with Karla Anderson about spirituality and aging
Tar Heels Tumble In Quick Lane Bowl
The North Carolina football team fell flat in a 40-21 loss to Rutgers as Josh Hicks ran for 202 yards and a touchdown in the inaugural Quick Lane Bowl...
Civil War and WWI Lectures Offered by CHHS Teacher
The Civil War and World War I are still topics that generate interest today and an opportunity exists to brush up on your history knowledge – and le...
Downtown Chapel Hill Businesses Continue to Evolve
Downtown Chapel Hill has seen a lot of things change over the years and that is continuing with new businesses coming into the area. Kristen Smith, wi...
Orange County Exceeds High Expectations for Solid Waste Reduction
Orange County managed to have its landfill waste down to 0.49 tons per resident in 2014. That represents a huge reduction over the last 22 years, one ...
George Washington University Report: Not Expanding Medicaid Hurt N.C.’s Economy
A report from George Washington University shows the county-by-county impact of the decision not to expand Medicaid in North Carolina – and it's not...
UNC Football Motivated in the Motor City
The Tar Heel football team takes its 6-6 record up to the Motor City to take on the 7-5 Rutgers Scarlet Knights in the Quick Lane Bowl held at the...
1 killed, others hurt in pair of I-85 wrecks
Two major wrecks near Mebane on Wednesday morning left one dead.
OWASA Examines Compost Alternative To Sludge Spray
The board of directors of the Orange Water and Sewer Authority is considering a different way to dispose of sewage sludge.
Breakin’ It Down: Quick Lane Bowl
Once again, Larry Fedora’s Tar Heels enter postseason play with an underwhelming 6-6 record and just like last year, Carolina will be hoping to ...
Improvements Coming to Downtown Hillsborough in 2015
2015 is shaping up to be a busy year in Hillsborough with major projects to improve the downtown area. Mayor Tom Stevens says he’s confident that pr...