News & Sports Archive
UNC Student President Powell Takes Oath of Office at Trustees Meeting
He’s been on the job for nearly two months, but UNC Student Body President Andrew Powell will officially take his oath of office at a Thursday morni...
What Is E15?
Gas prices are expected to climb close to $2.63 a gallon, 20 cents higher than at this time last year, while a record-high of nearly 980 thousand Nort...
Chaney Joins Aldermen
The newest member of the Carrboro Board of Aldermen was sworn in Monday night at Town Hall, and then she got right down to business.
No Property Tax Rate Increase In BoCC Budget Proposal
Next year’s county budget doesn’t include a tax increase, but officials say it’s getting harder to balance the budget using reserve funds.
WTen Comes Up Just Short
The North Carolina women’s tennis team fell to UCLA in a 4-3 decision Tuesday afternoon in Athens, Georgia, coming up just short of the program’s ...
Tar Heels Tame Wolfpack
The North Carolina baseball team survived elimination in the ACC Tournament by slipping past N.C. State 4-3 Tuesday at NewBridge Bank Park in Greensbo...
Noon Games No More? Carolina Football Opens 2014 With Two Straight Night Games
The North Carolina football team will be playing under the lights in Kenan Stadium for the first two home football games of the 2014 season.
Moral Monday: Loud, Then Silent
Around 1,500 protesters assembled on Bicentennial Mall as the Moral Monday movement returned to Raleigh for the short session of the North Carolina Ge...
Council And Advocates Want To Boost Budget For Affordable Housing
Advocates and some elected officials say Chapel Hill needs to spend more on affordable housing next year.
Tar Heel Women To Play For Program’s First National Title
The seventh-seeded North Carolina women's tennis team, 29-5 on the season, defeated defending national champion Stanford 4-3 Monday afternoon in the F...
Carolina-N.C. State Rivalry Resumes Tuesday in Greensboro
The seventh-seeded North Carolina baseball team, 32-23 overall and 15-15 in the ACC, will face rival and No. 10 seed N.C.State, 32-22 overall and 13-1...
Moral Monday Protests Return
The capitol city will be ringing with shouts, songs and sirens as Moral Monday protests return for the first full week of the legislative session at 5...
Orange County Names Manager
Bonnie Hammersley is your new Orange County Manager.
Carrboro’s Proposed Budget Up for Discussion Tuesday
Increasing pay for some of the lowest-paid employees of the Town of Carrboro is on the proposed budget up for discussion Tuesday night.
UNC Men’s Tennis Falls To OU In Final Eight
The seventh-ranked North Carolina men's tennis team fell to second-ranked Oklahoma 4-2 Sunday night in the NCAA Tournament quarterfinals in Athens, Ge...
Commissioners Cautiously Interested In Ephesus-Fordham Financing
Commissioners say they’re interested in helping Chapel Hill fund the Ephesus-Fordham plan, but first they’ll need answers about the project’s im...
Carolina Women’s Tennis Reaches Final Four, Defending Champs Await
The seventh-seeded North Carolina women’s tennis team battled past second-seeded Alabama, claiming a 4-2 win Saturday in Athens, Georgia to advance ...
Baseball: Miami Claims UNC Series
No. 4 Miami got six scoreless innings from starter Bryan Radziewski and clinched the Atlantic Coast Conference regular season title with a 2-0 win ove...
News Around Town
CH Community Works Together to Provide Car for Home Health Worker
Members of Chapel Hill’s businesses community, along with business students at UNC, and a group of social entrepreneurs on Franklin Street got toget...
Pre-K - 12 Education
Chapel Hill-Carrboro Teaching Chair Awards
The Chapel Hill-Carrboro Public School Foundation has announced this year’s winners of the 2014 Teaching Chair Awards.