News & Sports Archive
New Chapel Hill Fire Marshal Hired From Pennsylvania
On April 1st, Reading, Pennsylvania Fire Marshal Todd Iaeger will step into that same position for Chapel Hill.
Carrboro Alderman Candidate Bethany Chaney: Non-Profit Experience Counts
Carrboro Alderman candidate Bethany Chaney works as a consultant for non-profit organizations, and says that her longtime experience could have useful...
Tar Heel Baseball Roll Continues with Midweek Davidson Stroll
The No. 15 North Carolina baseball team downed Davidson 10-3 Wednesday at Boshamer Stadium to record it seventh straight win and improve to 8-3 on the...
Orange Boys’ Basketball Holds On For Trip To East Regional Final
In a back-and-forth game, the Orange Panthers never trailed and advanced to the East Regional Final with a 69-56 defeat of West Brunswick Wednesday ni...
Stephens: Experience Makes Me The Right Fit For OC Register Of Deeds
Stephens says her experience serving as Orange County Deputy Register of Deeds from 2007-2012 has prepared her for the seat.
Talented Carolina Women Looking to Build Consistency in ACC Tournament
Associate Head Coach Andrew Calder says he understands the depth and talent in the ACC. Carolina’s No. 6 seed in the Tournament says it all, but Coa...
Man Sentenced To More Than 100 Years For Carrboro Rapes
“What I asked for was every single thing he could get and that is exactly what he got."
Art Pope Slams UNC System’s Budget ‘Needs’ For 2014-15
The push and pull of budget negotiations between Raleigh and Chapel Hill has begun again as 2014-15 budget talks have begun, and the state’s budget ...
Art’s Angle: Sky-High Anxiety
Michael Norwood was a walk-on senior playing his last home game in 1987, and boy was there some pressure on him! Starting with scholarship regulars Cu...
Eve Carson’s Visionary Spirit Lives On Through Namesake Scholarship
"It wasn’t about her death but about the positive impact she had on the Carolina community. Everyone who knew Eve said she was the most fun person t...
Carrboro Moves Forward on Rogers Road Sewer Project
Tuesday night, the Carrboro Board of Aldermen voted to enter into a $130,000 preliminary engineering project to extend sewer service to the Historic R...
Back To The Grind: Spring Football Officially Hits For Carolina Amidst High Hopes
With 'Blue Dawn' behind them, the Tar Heels open up spring practice Wednesday at Navy Fields.
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Honors, Tours, And Curiosities!
Award winners, CHDP meeting, doc screening, food drive, insurance, walking tours, and "cabinets of curiosities"!
Fmr UNC Dept Manager Won’t Face Criminal Charges In Academic Investigation
“She has cooperated during the investigation. She has continued to cooperate. She has indicated her willingness to cooperate with the independent in...
Fourth Rabies Case Confirmed In Orange County For 2014
“Twelve is actually low by historical standards. If you go back into the 1990s..."
Oakes: Roy’s Remarks – “Winning Ugly”
“I’m tired of winning games ugly. It’s better than losing games ugly. We learned those lessons early in the season, but we’ve ...
Carrboro Police Seek Information In Sexual Assault Reported Sunday
The Carrboro Police Department is seeking information about a reported sexual assault from Sunday evening on Old Fayetteville Road between NC 54 and J...
Tar Heel Baseball Takes On Davidson Wildcats In Final ACC Tune-Up
The No. 16 Tar Heel baseball team, 7-3 on the season, faces a midweek test Wednesday for a 3 p.m. first pitch at Boshamer Stadium against the 3-5 Davi...
OHS Boys Seek Regional Final Spot Vs West Brunswick Wednesday
The East Regional No. 1 seed Orange High School is looking for its tenth win in 11 games Wednesday night to advance to the Regional Final this weekend...
Closings, Cancellations, and Delays – Updated 3/4, 9:45 a.m.
Due to the winter weather, schools are taking the necessary steps to assure their students and staff are safe.