News & Sports Archive
CHFD Welcomes “TAC-52″
The department acquired the truck through a federal surplus program.
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IFC is Hard at Work Feeding Hungry Families at Holiday Time
With two shelters, a food pantry and a community kitchen to run, the Inter-Faith Council for Social Service has a lot on the plate during the holidays...
2,182 Students Turn Their Tassels at UNC Winter Commencement
Family, friends and alumni filled the stands at the Dean Smith Center on Sunday afternoon to see 2,182 students receive their hard-earned degrees at t...
UNC WBB Beats App State to Stay Undefeated
After 25 days on the road, sixth-ranked North Carolina won 84-52 to continue the Heels’ undefeated streak against Appalachian State Sunday afternoon...
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Bill Of Rights Day Monday: Ring Your Bells In Hillsborough
Hillsborough has a unique way of celebrating "Bill of Rights Day": 223 consecutive seconds of bell-ringing.
Vehicle Fire Damages Chapel Hill Home
The vehicle was inside the garage when it caught fire; $30,000 in damage resulted.
Deeper, Stronger No. 1 Kentucky Handles Tar Heels 84-70
Boasting superior size, speed and strength, the Kentucky Wildcats handed UNC an 84-70 setback on Saturday in a men’s non-conference basketball g...
UNC Advances to Regional Final With Victory Over Oregon
The UNC volleyball team defeated Oregon 3-1 Friday night at the Sports Pavilion in Minneapolis, Minn. With the loss, the Ducks drop to 23-10. The Ta...
Temporary Process To Report Suspicious Academic Activities Unveiled
Plates were full for administrators, faculty, and students at UNC this holiday season, with commencement, final exams, and reviews from the UNC System...
‘Carrboro Cares’ Business Initiative Kicks off at Holiday Parade
If you’re planning to be out in Carrboro today for the annual Holiday Parade, you might plan to stick around afterward for some shopping, Chances ar...
UNC Awarded $25.3 Million To Run EPA’s Library
UNC’s School of Information and Library Science received its largest grant ever to operate the Environmental Protection Agency’s RTP library.
Judge Orders Mediation For UNC Media Lawsuit
If you can’t come up with a timetable, I’ll do it for you.”
The Carolina-Kentucky Cold War
Here in Chapel Hill, during basketball season, the motto has always been that championships are won by playing “The Carolina Way.”
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Water Main Leak Shuts Off OWASA Service To South Graham St
Officials from the Orange Water and Sewer Authority are temporarily shutting down service on South Graham Street to repair a water main leak.
Tar Heels Meet Ducks in Round of 16
The North Carolina volleyball team will take on the Oregon Ducks in the regional semifinals of the 2014 NCAA Tournament.
Underdog Tar Heels Take On Top-Ranked Wildcats
The No. 21 North Carolina men’s basketball team, 6-2 on the season, faces its toughest test of the season Saturday afternoon inside Rupp Arena. The ...
A Long Journey to Graduation
Sunday marks the Winter Commencement for some 2,100 students graduating from UNC. Some have overcome more challenges than others.
Final Weekend for “All Is Calm” at the Arts Center
World War One is being remembered at the Arts Center this holiday season on the 100th anniversary of the Great War, with “All Is Calm: The Christmas...
Chapel Hill Hosts East Chapel Hill In Boys Hoops Tilt
WCHL’s coverage of high school basketball tips off tonight when East Chapel Hill visits Chapel Hill in a local rivalry game.
With Cuts Possibly Looming, UNC Centers State Their Cases
UNC officials said the centers did essential work - and were also crucial to larger fundraising efforts.