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GOP, Obama Line Up Behind Modest Budget Deal
Top Republicans and President Barack Obama are lining up behind a modest but hard-won bipartisan budget agreement that seeks to replace a portion of t...
Pre-K - 12 Education
NC Teachers Group Plans New Steps Against Changes
An advocacy group representing North Carolina teachers is promising more action to resist a new state law that eliminates job protections and shifts t...
Clawson Ready To Begin Rebuilding Wake Forest
Dave Clawson is eager to start his next rebuilding project at Wake Forest.
AP-GfK Poll: Low Approval Of Congress, Obama
Nearly two-thirds say they would like to see their House member replaced.
Wal-Mart, AIG Say They Plan Nearly 700 NC Jobs
The world's largest retail store chain and a financial company that got the biggest U.S. government bailout five years ago are opening new North Carol...
December Grind: Exams, Kentucky Greeting UNC Basketball Student-Athletes
“I always expected nothing the best out of me. I feel like I am maintaining my goals right now,” Meeks says.
News Around Town
Flood Insurance Study; OWASA Blood Drive; Non-Profit Funding
A new Orange County Flood Insurance Study will be held in meeting room A at the Chapel Hill Public Library from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. on December 18....
Aldermen Opt For Special Election to Fill Vacancy
Whoever fills the empty seat on the Carrboro Board of Aldermen will have to win over voters next May.
ACC Sweep: Tar Heels Join Conference Rivals at Top of NCAA Lax Ranks
The Carolina men’s lacrosse team is ranked third nationally in a preseason poll for Inside Lacrosse Magazine.
News Around Town
Good Night Carolina; OCPL Celebrates Holiday Season
Beginning Thursday, the Orange County Public Library will begin their holiday activities.
County Commissioners To Approve Capital Projects Financing
Orange County Commissioners will likely approve $10.5 million dollars worth of financing to pay for capital projects when the board meets Tuesday.
Muralist, Carrboro Enthusiast Propose Jones Ferry-NC54 Mural
A new proposed mural at Jones Ferry and N.C. 54 has passed the Carrboro Arts Committee, and is now being reviewed before going to the Board of Alderma...
David Price Live at 8:30 a.m. — Budget Talks Continue In D.C.
Budget talks continue in D.C. as another deadline approaches, and another deadline has been missed.
Bowl Game Carries Special Meaning for Tar Heel Seniors
Coach Fedora had a chance to reflect on how much those Tar Heels have been through including three different head coaches and the full lifespan of the...
Carrboro Aldermen To Determine Empty Seat Filling Process
Carrboro aldermen will meet Tuesday to discuss how to fill Lydia Lavelle's vacant seat.
Chapel Hill 2014: “I Believe We’re Going To Reap Great Reward”
“Within town government, things have changed so much in the way we have approached some of these challenges,” Mayor Kleinschmidt says.
Moving on Up! Carolina Basketball Returns to Top 25
Carolina moved up to No. 18 in the AP Poll and No. 21 in the USA Today Coaches Poll.
Pre-K - 12 Education
CHCCS Officials Say Minority Teachers Face Unfair Scrutiny
Chapel Hill-Carrboro Schools recruited a record number of minority teachers this year, but administrators worry some are being singled out unfairly.
Staying Local: Tar Heels Return to Charlotte for Belk Bowl
Carolina will be making its fourth appearance in the bowl hosted in Charlotte, but will be seeking a first win.
“Keep the Wreath Green” Campaign To Prevent Fires
With the holiday season upon us again, the Chapel Hill Fire Department begins their “Keep the Wreath Green” campaign to prevent residential fires.