News & Sports Archive
UNC Awarded $25.3 Million To Run EPA’s Library
UNC’s School of Information and Library Science received its largest grant ever to operate the Environmental Protection Agency’s RTP library.
Judge Orders Mediation For UNC Media Lawsuit
If you can’t come up with a timetable, I’ll do it for you.”
The Carolina-Kentucky Cold War
Here in Chapel Hill, during basketball season, the motto has always been that championships are won by playing “The Carolina Way.”
News Around Town
Water Main Leak Shuts Off OWASA Service To South Graham St
Officials from the Orange Water and Sewer Authority are temporarily shutting down service on South Graham Street to repair a water main leak.
Tar Heels Meet Ducks in Round of 16
The North Carolina volleyball team will take on the Oregon Ducks in the regional semifinals of the 2014 NCAA Tournament.
Underdog Tar Heels Take On Top-Ranked Wildcats
The No. 21 North Carolina men’s basketball team, 6-2 on the season, faces its toughest test of the season Saturday afternoon inside Rupp Arena. The ...
A Long Journey to Graduation
Sunday marks the Winter Commencement for some 2,100 students graduating from UNC. Some have overcome more challenges than others.
Final Weekend for “All Is Calm” at the Arts Center
World War One is being remembered at the Arts Center this holiday season on the 100th anniversary of the Great War, with “All Is Calm: The Christmas...
Chapel Hill Hosts East Chapel Hill In Boys Hoops Tilt
WCHL’s coverage of high school basketball tips off tonight when East Chapel Hill visits Chapel Hill in a local rivalry game.
With Cuts Possibly Looming, UNC Centers State Their Cases
UNC officials said the centers did essential work - and were also crucial to larger fundraising efforts.
Hillsborough PD Seeks Individual In 11/30 “Incident”
Contact Hillsborough police if you have information.
OC Animal Services Reports Rabid Skunk In Rougemont
Orange County Animal Services on Monday confirmed the county’s 22nd case of rabies this year.
The Story of Houston Summers
Houston Summers is not your typical UNC junior. The 27-yard-old track and field athlete has already played Major League Baseball, stared death in the ...
PORCH Set to Eclipse Huge Benchmark
A local organization devoted to feeding needy families in our community is set to eclipse a major milestone. PORCH is an organization that has a singu...
Carrboro Moving Forward with Arts and Economic Development
Art and economic development are converging in Carrboro and planning the best pathway to move forward. A public hearing has been called on a proposed ...
Carrboro Tree Lighting Ceremony on Friday
The light switch is about to be flipped in Carrboro with the annual lighting of the tree. The Carrboro Tree will be lit for this holiday season at 6 o...
Discussions Continue Over Highly-Debated Carrboro Corner
Carrboro officials are working toward a solution of what to do at 201 North Greensboro Street. What to do with the space that was the proposed home of...
Chapel Thrill: Tigers Snag Postseason Football Honors
It might not have captured a state championship, but the Chapel Hill High School football team still enjoyed a marvelous and in many ways amazing seas...
Santa Comes Early for Tar Heel Baseball
North Carolina head baseball coach Mike Fox got an early Christmas present this morning with the announcement of 19 new student-athletes signing thei...
Southern Rail Up For Sale
One of Carrboro’s most iconic restaurants is up for sale.