News & Sports Archive
OWASA Protected From N. Chatham Water Woes
In Orange County, OWASA Board of Directors Chair, Alan Rimer says there are processes in place to protect from an event that would force a boil order ...
Pre-K - 12 Education
WCHL To Host Teacher Pay Forum Friday
WCHL will host educators and school officials at 4:06 p.m. to talk about the teacher pay issue.
Art’s Angle: On Their Games
If Marcus Paige and Roy Williams aren’t ACC Player and Coach of the Year, someone needs to demand a recount. Paige solidified the fact that he is no...
Four New Flu Deaths In NC Last Week, Three Additional Found
Four people died from the flu last week and three additional flu deaths from previous weeks have been discovered, according to the North Carolina Depa...
NCHSAA Playoffs: And Then There Were Two
Just two Chapelboro high school basketball teams remain in the North Carolina High School Athletic Association playoffs after round two Wednesday nigh...
Water Contamination Notice Issued For North Chatham
A water system malfunction in Chatham County has authorities urging residents to boil their water, according to the News and Observer.
Paige Outduels Warren as Tar Heels Get Season Sweep of Wolfpack
The No. 19 North Carolina men's basketball team survived an overtime challenge from N.C. State and T.J. Warren 85-84 to improve to 21-7 on the season...
Nude Instagram Student Photo Investigation Grows Across NC, No Reports in CHCCS
"That is not to say that other counties can’t be added to the story later..."
“Silver Tsunami” Creates Almost Triple The Demand For Meals On Wheels
The Chapel Hill-Carrboro Meals on Wheels delivered approximately 32,200 meals to seniors in 2013.
CH Town Council ‘Wonk’ Praises Federal Light Rail Approval
Chapel Hill Town Council member Ed Harrison says the Federal Transportation Administration’s approval of the Durham-Orange Light Rail plan clears a ...
No. 14 Carolina Faces Stiffest Test At Undefeated Notre Dame
The No. 14 North Carolina women's basketball team, 21-7 on the season and 9-5 in the ACC, faces its toughest test this season at unbeaten and second-...
Giving A Hoots For Tar Heel Hoops
Rising through the ranks to an important position can still be achieved, as Eric Hoots can attest. Hoots, the Assistant to the Athletic Director for M...
NCHSAA Playoffs: Chapel Hill, Carrboro Girls’ In Round Two Wednesday
Round two of the 2A and 3A North Carolina High School Athletic Association girls’ basketball playoffs continue Wednesday night with three areas team...
NCHSAA Playoffs: Chapel Hill, Orange Square Off In Hillsborough
The Orange Panthers and Chapel Hill Tigers meet for the third time this season Wednesday night, and this time it’s win or go home.
Durham-Orange Light Rail Plan Gets Federal Thumbs Up
"I’m just really happy to be able to share the news that came out just late this afternoon that the Federal Transit Administration announced that th...
Carolina Baseball Cruises Past Appalachian State 12-1
The No. 17 North Carolina baseball team scored six runs in the first inning and never looked back from there, claiming a 12-1 win over Appalachian Sta...
No. 19 Tar Heels To Face Upset-Minded Wolfpack
The Tar Heels are riding a nine-game winning streak, the longest streak since 2009, into PNC Arena to take on the upset-minded Wolfpack.
Pre-K - 12 Education
Task Force Considers NC Teacher Pay Incentives, Rep Meyer In Attendence
“While the General Assembly talks about recruiting and retaining teachers, they have to remember there is a third ‘R.’ That is respecting teache...
Tar Heel Swimmers Searching For First ACC Title Since 1998
The ACC Men’s Swimming Championship begins Wednesday at the Greensboro Aquatic Center. The Tar Heels will be bidding for their first ACC title in me...
Orange, Chapel Hill Boys To Meet In NCHSAA Second Round
Five area teams made it past the first round of the North Carolina High School Athletic Association basketball playoffs, and one giant round-two meeti...