News & Sports Archive
Stroman On Sports: Troubled Athletes
In making sports a big-money industry, are we enabling athletes' bad behavior?
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Annual Community Dinner Seeks Volunteers, Donations
The 19th annual Community Dinner will take place April 10, 2016.
Sanctuary City Bill Could Alter Chapel Hill Policy
Protestors shut down the roadway outside the governor’s mansion in Raleigh on Thursday protesting House Bill 318. Governor Pat McCrory signed the co...
Estes Hills Student Receives Letter from President Obama
A local kindergartner got the attention of the most powerful person on the planet recently. Sanaa Horton was a kindergartner in Claire Ross’ classro...
Chapel Hill Mayoral Candidates Get Out The Vote
Polls show the race for Chapel Hill Mayor is neck-and-neck.
Train Keeps Rolling: UNC Beats Pitt, Wins Seventh Straight
With the lights of Heinz Field shining bright and the ESPN TV cameras watching closely, senior quarterback Marquise Williams and the rest of the UNC ...
Guskiewicz New Dean Of UNC Arts And Sciences
Kevin Guskiewicz is an internationally-renowned expert on sport-related concussions.
Police Make Arrest In July Sexual Assault Case
Chapel Hill police had been searching for David Edwards, Jr. since September.
Mayoral Challenger Hemminger Ahead In Campaign Spending
Once again, challenger Pam Hemminger has raised more money than incumbent Mark Kleinschmidt in the race to become Chapel Hill’s mayor
Tar Heels Aim to Silence Doubters Against No. 23 Pittsburgh
Midway through the 2015 college football season, the ACC Coastal division is still up for grabs. On Thursday night the Tar Heels travel to take on the...
Hemminger Leads Race for Chapel Hill Mayor
The Chapel Hill political landscape has seen a drastic shift in polling numbers in the lead-up to Election Day. A new Public Policy Polling survey has...
Tar Heels on top of 2015-16 ACC Preseason Poll
The North Carolina Tar Heels landed on top of the 2015-16 ACC preseason poll. Media members made their selections at ACC Media Day on Wednesday. The...
Suspect in Chapel Hill Domestic Violence Case Arrested in Oklahoma
An arrest has been made in connection with a domestic assault in Chapel Hill earlier this month. Kevin Tyler Schuster was apprehended in Canadian Coun...
Safety a Major Concern as Halloween Approaches
“In the Southern Part of Heaven, the party’s over at 11” is the theme for this year’s heralded Halloween festivities in Chapel Hill. In an att...
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New Book Machine Speeds Reads Back To Chapel Hill Public Library Shelves
More than 1.3 million items go in and out of the Chapel Hill Public Library each year. Now, librarians have a new way to handle all those books.
UNC Cost Associated with Wainstein Report Top $10 Million
The residual cost of the Wainstein report came into a clearer picture on Monday. UNC estimates that more than $7.5 million was spent for services prov...
3 Years Ago: Giovani Bernard Returns Game Winning Touchdown
“No he’s not! Yes he is!” Jones Angell exclaimed those words three years ago when Giovani Bernard returned a Wolfpack punt for a g...
Crepe Traditions Opens on Franklin Street
A new restaurant opened its doors with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Friday. Crepe Traditions sells sweet and savory crepes for all occasions, along wi...
Fennebresque Out as Chair of the UNC Board of Governors
John Fennebresque has resigned from his post as Chair of the UNC Board of Governors. Not only has Fennebresque stepped down as chair, according to a n...
Stuart Scott Inducted Into NC Journalism Hall of Fame
Nine months after UNC grad and ESPN personality Stuart Scott died of cancer, he was honored with a ceremony and a place in the North Carolina Journali...