News & Sports Archive
UNC WBB Sweeps Howard In Hatchell’s Return
In an almost exhibition-like opener against Howard University, the Tar Heels grabbed an 83-49 victory Friday afternoon in Carmichael Arena.
Tar Heel Field Hockey Hosts Liberty NCAA Tourney 1R
UNC's field hockey team, ranked number one in the nation, will host the No. 20 Liberty Flames in the first round of the NCAA Tournament Saturday at Fr...
‘Music & Memory’ Helps Dementia Patients Recall the Joys of Their Lives
November is National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month, and a Chatham senior care facility is locally spearheading a countrywide effort to use mus...
Rabid Skunk Is Orange County’s 21st Case This Year
A skunk in Hurdle Mills tested positive for rabies this week, bringing the county’s total to 21 cases this year.
Breakin’ It Down: Pittsburgh
The North Carolina football team had two weeks to lick its wounds following a blowout 47-20 loss at Miami. The 4-5 Tar Heels will now welcome the Pitt...
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Piedmont Wildlife Center Holds 12th Annual Auction
Next Saturday, the Durham Armory is the place to be for a the 12th annual auction benefiting the Piedmont Wildlife Center.
Anne Hill, Co-Founder Of The Hill Center, Dies At 84
Chapel Hill resident Anne Gibson Hill died Thursday at age 84 after several weeks of illness.
Chapel Hill Revisits ‘The Edge’ On Monday
A large mixed use development proposed for the northern end of Chapel Hill is up for public comment when the Chapel Hill Town Council meets Monday.
The Tar Heel “Circle of Life”
The sun rises bright and high each morning over the African desert, much the same as it should hang over our own Dean E. Smith Center this winter. As ...
Obey Creek Project Proposes Senior Rental Housing And “Curated” Retail Mix
On Thursday night, The Chapel Hill Town Council started the negotiation process with the future developer of the Obey Creek project near Southern Vill...
UNC Football Looking To Match Pitt’s Physicality Saturday
The 4-5 North Carolina football team desperately needs a Homecoming win against the 4-5 Pittsburgh Panthers Saturday.
No. 6 Tar Heels Open With Upset-Minded Eagles
The No. 6 North Carolina men’s basketball team opens up its regular season Friday night with an 8 p.m. tipoff against the upset-minded N.C. Central ...
The Grid: Playoffs – Opening Round
We’ve reached the playoffs in high school football, and three of our area schools will be looking to get past the first round under the lights tonig...
Scouting Report: Radio Analyst & Former Pitt QB Pat Bostick
WCHL's Matt Oakes had the chance to chat with Pittsburgh color commentator and former Panther quarterback Pat Bostick.
Pedestrian Struck By Vehicle On Franklin Street
This is already the second such incident reported on Franklin Street this month.
Missing Chapel Hill Man, 57, Found Dead
Police say they do not suspect foul play.
UNC WBB, WSoc Battle at Home Friday
Friday marks a new beginning for two Tar Heel women’s teams as women’s basketball begins its regular season at home against Howard at 4 p.m. and U...
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Chapel Hill Real Estate: Priciest In NC
According to a survey by Coldwell Bankers, real estate in Chapel Hill is the priciest in North Carolina.
Chatham Co. Health Dept Reports Whooping Cough On The Rise
Chatham County officials say they have seen a recent uptick in cases of whooping cough among adolescents and younger children.
Death Penalty For Accused Killers? Orange DA Asks Victim’s Family
DA Jim Woodall may seek the death penalty for the two men accused of killing Feng Liu.