News & Sports Archive
CH Mayor Says DHIC Project Isn’t DOA
Despite a setback to a plan to build affordable housing on town-owned land, Chapel Hill’s Mayor Mark Kleinschmidt says the project remains promising...
Embattled Gun Range Warned to Comply with Environmental Laws
An embattled outdoor shooting range in Chatham County is facing more than just the threat of a lawsuit from neighbors who call it a “nuisance.” Th...
Breakin’ It Down: Liberty
The No. 23 Tar Heels take to the gridiron for their season opener Saturday when they welcome a FCS opponent in the form of the Liberty Flames to Chape...
Your Suggestions For Filling Seats?
Whether or not you agree or are even aware, College Football (and to some degree College Basketball) is in the 2nd-3rd year of an on-site attendance d...
In UNC Football Investigation, Source: ‘Twitter Accusations Wrong’
Jackson Boyer's brother, Cole, said Thursday on Twitter that more than four players are responsible for the alleged injuries to his brother.
The Grid: Week Two
Week two of high school football on WCHL features an intriguing contest between the 1-0 Carrboro Jaguars and the 0-1 East Chapel Hill Wildcats.
No. 23 UNC Football Kicks Off 2014, ‘Locked in On’ Liberty
The No. 23 North Carolina football team will look to shrug off the off-the-field incident and the loss of two starting cornerbacks when the Tar Heels ...
Expanded Transit Service Announced for Orange-Durham
There’s a new weekday express service available to commuters to-and-from Orange County.
Carrboro Gets AAA Rating From S&P
The Town of Carrboro’s bond rating from Standard & Poor’s Financial Service has been upgraded from AA to AAA.
Treasury Dept. Program Awards $4.9 Million for Low-Income Assistance in NC
U.S. House Rep. David Price of North Carolina announced earlier this week that four community development organizations in his state will receive a co...
“Improved, Comprehensive” Sexual Assault Policy Released By UNC
UNC released its new comprehensive policy addressing sexual assault Thursday, a process more than a year in the making.
Democrats Outraise GOP In Race For Local NCGA Seats
Local Democrats running for state House and Senate seats are outstripping their Republican opponents when it comes to campaign fundraising.
UNC’s Ethan Farmer Cleared By NCAA
Defensive tackle Ethan Farmer, a senior and the only D-line starter returning for the Tar Heels, had his eligibility okayed by the NCAA.
UNC Men’s Basketball Schedule Released
The UNC men’s basketball team eases into its 2014-15 campaign, but the newly released schedule is highlighted by some high-level opponents.
Suspensions Pulling Focus From Liberty
“We’re not going to change the game plan or anything,” Coach Fedora said.
UNC Football: Four Suspended Vs Liberty
“We’re going to hold all our guys accountable for everything they do on the field and off the field,” Coach Fedora said.
NCGA Candidates Forum Held at NC Central University
Seven General Assembly candidates, all but one of them Democrats, answered questions and gave brief campaign speeches to an audience at NC Central Uni...
Direct From NYC, “Kid Like Jake” Opens At Deep Dish
University Mall's Deep Dish Theater Company opens its 2014-15 season Friday.
“Super Cooper” Fest Helps Families Struggling With Cancer
The "Super Cooper" festival September 20 will raise funds for the Little Red Wagon Foundation.
UNC Soccer Teams Embark on Busy Weekends
The No. 9 UNC women’s soccer team, 1-1 on the season, heads west hoping for some revenge when it takes on top-ranked and defending national champion...