News & Sports Archive
UNC Women’s Basketball Drops Second Straight, 83-80 To Miami
The No. 6 UNC women’s basketball team couldn’t bounce back from its loss to Syracuse, dropping its third ACC meeting, 83-80 to Miami Sunday aftern...
Citizens, town get together to solve Carrboro parking
Several Carrboro business owners attended at least one of three Parking Summit sessions at the Century Center on Friday. The focus was on employee par...
Carolina Black Caucus Releases Statement Of Unity
We chose the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. We are confident in our varied gifts and contributions to this institution.
UNC Men Claim Third Straight ACC Win with Wolfpack Wallop
The UNC men's basketball team downed N.C. State 84-70 Saturday afternoon in Chapel Hill to even its ACC record at 4-4.
UNC’s New Title IX Leader Talks On-Going Reforms To Sexual Assault Policies
"I think all those have the building blocks certainly to develop a process here and change the culture here in a way that could be very interesting an...
Something Wicked This Way Comes: “Macbeth” At ECHHS
The snow pushed back opening night by a day, but the show goes on at ECHHS.
Construction Underway On $1.8 Million Phase Of Riverwalk Project In Hillsborough
"The 1-mile trail could be open as early as fall 2014 for public use."
Surging Tar Heels, Wolfpack Set To Collide in Saturday Smith Center Showdown
North Carolina men’s basketball, 13-7 overall and 3-4 in the ACC, will be searching for its third straight victory when it takes on 14-7 N.C. State,...
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Kehillah Yard Sale; New IAH Director; Churchill Scholar
Yard sale Sunday at Kehillah Synagogue; UNC names a new IAH director; a Carolina student wins a major scholarship.
Firefighters Battle Blaze Near Carrboro
Multiple Orange County fire departments battled a major house fire south west of Carrboro on Friday afternoon
3.5 Million Gallons Of Sewage Spill Into Haw River
Officials say 3.5 million gallons of wastewater has spilled into the Haw River after a break in a line at a treatment plant in Burlington.
Former UNC Dean: Academic Issue Reaches Further Than Revenue Sports
“This is just what you did,” Levine says. “You contacted a faculty member, and you tried to get accommodations for students."
No. 6 UNC Women’s Basketball Celebrates Past, Looks To Future on Sunday
The No. 6 Tar Heel women’s basketball team, 17-4 on the season and 5-2 in the ACC, will be looking to rebound from the frustrating loss to Syracuse ...
VIDEO: Mary Willingham In-Studio with WCHL
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NC Bar Association holds annual ‘Ask a Lawyer Day’
CHAPEL HILL -- People can get some of their legal questions answered pro bono in Chapel Hill on Saturday, thanks to an annual service of the North Car...
Willingham Blasts NCAA For Academic Improprieties
"We could have the best football team and the best basketball team in the country," Willingham says. "We could recruit whoever we wanted, and we could...
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Closings, Cancellations, and Delays – Updated 1/30, 10:30 p.m.
Due to hazardous road condidtions, schools and businesses are altering their schedules.
Catching Up With Mary Willingham – Live Friday Morning
Friday morning, UNC clinical instructor and academic advisor Mary Willingham will tell the latest in her story of pushing for a change in academics am...
High-Ranking UNC Educator Supports Willingham’s Claims
A high-ranking educator at UNC has come out in support of academic advisor Mary Willingham’s claims that the University has admitted student athlete...
Chapel Hill Boys Basketball Hosts Cedar Ridge Friday Night
Despite delays in the local school systems Friday morning, WCHL’s High School Basketball Game of the Week is still on between Cedar Ridge and Chapel...