News & Sports Archive
Remembering Former Rec & Parks Director Richard Kinney, 1952-2014
Friends and colleagues of retired Carrboro Recreation & Parks Director Richard Kinney remember him as a forward thinker who left an indelible stamp on...
One and Done! Late Tar Heel Rally Falls Short Against Pitt
The No. 15 North Carolina men's basketball team fell 80-75 in the ACC Tournament quarterfinals Friday afternoon to drop to 23-9 overall on the season.
Listen Back To CHHS’s Run To The State Title Game
The Chapel Hill High School girls' basketball team plays Saturday at 5:00 p.m. for the 3A NCHSAA state title.
ACC Tourney: Friday Fun (pt. I)
#1 UVA vs #9 FSU First of all, I sit down for my seats for this thrilling quarterfinal Friday and what do I see? Yes. You guessed it. The FSU cheerlea...
UNC Library Celebrates 7 Millionth Book
“It is a very great thing to have such a remarkable library here in the Triangle,” Funke says.
Orange County Rape Crisis Center Marks 40th Year With 2 Events
The Orange County Rape Crisis Center in Chapel Hill marks its 40th anniversary this year with a couple of upcoming community events.
CHHS Girls’ Basketball Seeks Perfection, State Title Saturday
The quest for perfection comes to an end Saturday as two undefeated teams fight for the 3A NCHSAA girls’ basketball state title, Chapel Hill High Sc...
ACC Tournament Moving To Barclays Center In 2017?
The ACC is finalizing agreements with the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York to move the postseason tournament there starting as early as 2017, acc...
UNC President to Attend Forum on College Athletes
Next week, University of North Carolina President Tom Ross will take part in public discussions about college sports and academic values, at the invit...
ACC Tourney: Thursday Thoughts (pt. II)
Day turned to night in Greensboro. A team from down the road in Raleigh made some noise thanks to two special players. #7 NC State vs. #10 Miami This ...
No. 15 Tar Heels Embark on ACC Title Quest in Greensboro
The No. 15 North Carolina basketball team will begin its quest for an 18th ACC Tournament title Friday afternoon at approximately 2:30 p.m. at the Gre...
ACC Tourney: Thursday Thoughts (Pt. I)
It's starting to get serious over here in Greensboro. Here are my quick reactions so far:
Tar Heels Travel To Face Terps In College Park
The No. 13 North Carolina baseball team, 12-4 on the season, will enter its second ACC series of the year off two midweek victories when it travels up...
Poll: Voters Think Duke Energy Should Pay For Coal Ash Clean-Up, Not Customers
A new poll finds that almost 80 percent of North Carolinians think Duke Energy alone should pay for the clean-up efforts from the recent coal ash spil...
1 Flu Death Reported Last Week, Cases Cont. To Decline
Except for a spike in mid-February, the numbers have steadily declined. The one death reported last week is the lowest weekly total recorded this flu ...
Well-Heeled NBA, Thanks To Ex-UNC Standouts
The Dallas Mavericks? With three former UNC basketball standouts on its roster, perhaps the NBA team should be called the Dallas Tar Heels. Along with...
Economist: Next Three Years Will Be Strong
Economist Mark Vitner says he expects the economy to remain strong with steady growth through at least 2016.
NHS’s Bill Hall To Call Step Aside After One More Season
Northwood High School football head coach Bill Hall says he’s only got one season left in him.
Chapel Hill Man Killed By Wednesday Storm
A Chapel Hill man was killed by a falling tree while standing on his deck during a thunderstorm Wednesday afternoon.
Recharged Tar Heels Hoping To Save The Best For Last
The No. 15 Tar Heels have been busy recharging and refocusing for the stretch run that is March, full of tournament action that begins this week with ...