News & Sports Archive
Durham-Orange Light Rail Plan Gets Federal Thumbs Up
"I’m just really happy to be able to share the news that came out just late this afternoon that the Federal Transit Administration announced that th...
Carolina Baseball Cruises Past Appalachian State 12-1
The No. 17 North Carolina baseball team scored six runs in the first inning and never looked back from there, claiming a 12-1 win over Appalachian Sta...
No. 19 Tar Heels To Face Upset-Minded Wolfpack
The Tar Heels are riding a nine-game winning streak, the longest streak since 2009, into PNC Arena to take on the upset-minded Wolfpack.
Pre-K - 12 Education
Task Force Considers NC Teacher Pay Incentives, Rep Meyer In Attendence
“While the General Assembly talks about recruiting and retaining teachers, they have to remember there is a third ‘R.’ That is respecting teache...
Tar Heel Swimmers Searching For First ACC Title Since 1998
The ACC Men’s Swimming Championship begins Wednesday at the Greensboro Aquatic Center. The Tar Heels will be bidding for their first ACC title in me...
Orange, Chapel Hill Boys To Meet In NCHSAA Second Round
Five area teams made it past the first round of the North Carolina High School Athletic Association basketball playoffs, and one giant round-two meeti...
Oakes: Roy’s Remarks – “Home Stretch”
“It’s a long season. You can’t just say, ‘Oh gosh, let’s catch our breath. That’s really good.’ Bottom line ...
CH Planning Board Raises Concerns About Zoning Code For Ephesus-Fordham Area
“The northern part of this area is the gateway to Town. The code should specify, in more detail, the character that the community would like to see ...
Raymond Felton Arrested On Criminal Gun Charges, Per Reports
He was being held on initial charges of criminal possession of a weapon in the second, third and fourth degrees, according to CNN.
Lilly Elected To National Soccer Hall of Fame
Former U.S. Women's National Team midfielder Kristine Lilly and U.S. Men's National Team forward Brian McBride have been elected to the National Socce...
Chapel Hill Town Council Urges State Leaders To Expand Medicaid
"What we have in reality is inequality. Health care for those who can afford, very little for those who can’t,” Murray said.
Rep. Price: Cutting Benefits Doesn’t Cut Unemployment
Is unemployment down in NC because the state cut benefits? U.S. Rep. David Price says quite the opposite.
Rolling Tar Heels Happy, Hungry For More
The Carolina basketball team is riding a nine-game winning streak, but the No.19 team in the country isn’t planning on slowing down any time soon.
Carolina Baseball Meets Winless Appalachian State Tuesday at the Bosh
The North Carolina baseball team, 3-3 on the season, will face 0-7 Appalachian State Tuesday at 3 p.m. in Chapel Hill.
Hoops Ranks Update: Tar Heel Men Back In Top 25, Women Slide Down
The Tar Heel men’s basketball team reentered the Top 25 rankings Monday.
Carrboro BoA Preview: Land Use Ordinance Gets Another Look
The Feb. 15 meeting of the Carrboro Board of Aldermen will be taken up, mostly, by discussion of proposed additions to the town’s Land Use Ordinance...
ACC Football Championship To Call Charlotte Home Through 2019
The Dr Pepper ACC Football Championship Game will be staying in Charlotte for the near future.
NCHSAA Basketball Tournaments Tip Monday Night
The 2014 North Carolina High School Athletic Association basketball championships tip off Monday night with seven Chapelboro teams set to do battle.
Russia Tops Olympic Medal Count, US Second
The 2014 winter Olympics, marking the 22nd winter games, came to a close yesterday, and the United Statse did not fair in the medal count the way it e...
One Week Left For 2014 Election Filings
Only four local and state races remain without opposition with one week remaining in the filing period for the 2014 elections.