News & Sports Archive
Chapel Hill Police Make Arrest in Pedestrian Hit and Run
Chapel Hill Police have made an arrest in a hit and run from late October. 30-year-old Tyson Kim was extradited to Chapel Hill on Wednesday in connect...
Former UNC Offensive Lineman Ryan Hoffman Dies
Former UNC football player Ryan Hoffman, whose story of a battle with homelessness drew national attention after a profile in the New York Times, has ...
UNC Students Gather for Pitch Party
Students will gather in The Blue Zone in Kenan Stadium on Thursday night, even though the Tar Heels have no more home football games. These Tar Heels ...
Stakes Through the Roof For UNC Football Against Virginia Tech
One win. That’s all it will take for the No. 12 ranked UNC football team to clinch the ACC Coastal Division and continue its dream season. Standing ...
Quit Now! “Great American Smokeout” Is Thursday
The American Cancer Society sponsors the Great American Smokeout every November.
Orange County Launches “Dementia-Friendly” Initiative
The county is using a $900,000 grant to launch an initiative to help those living with dementia.
UNC Takes Early Step Toward Indoor Football Practice Facility
The UNC Board of Trustees finance and facilities committee gave approval for Carolina to move forward with a proposal to build an indoor practice faci...
UNC History Task Force Presents to Trustees
The Task Force on UNC-Chapel Hill’s History presented their plans further discussion about race on campus to members of the Board of Trustees on...
ABC Commission OK’s La Res Penalty
The state Alcohol Beverage Control Commission finalized its punishment against La Residence on Wednesday. La Res will have its alcohol permits suspend...
Big Men Dominate as No. 1 UNC Pulls Away From Wofford Late
Last Sunday’s sluggish performance against Fairfield left UNC head men’s basketball coach Roy Williams wanting to see his team’s effort level fi...
UNC Moves Up to No. 17 in College Football Playoff Rankings
The North Carolina Tar Heels moved up to number 17 in the College Football Playoff Rankings released on Tuesday night. The Tar Heels have won nine str...
UNC Women’s Basketball Dominates Florida A&M
The North Carolina women’s basketball team finally posted a win after an 0-2 start to the season. The Tar Heels’ win came in the form of a 94-58 b...
Carrboro Film Festival Arrives Saturday
This weekend, the ArtsCenter in Carrboro is hosting the Carrboro Film Festival, with workshops, special guest speakers, and more than 30 films screeni...
DWI Case for Chapel Hill Town Councilman Continued
Chapel Hill Town Councilman Lee Storrow appeared in court Tuesday morning on a DWI charge. The case against Storrow was continued until December 8, to...
McCrory Asks Obama to ‘Cease Sending Refugees from Syria to North Carolina’
North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory joined a growing list of state heads asking the President to slow or even halt the flow of Syrian refugees across ...
Penny Rich Running for Re-Election as County Commissioner
Penny Rich has announced that she will be running for re-election to the Orange County Board of Commissioners next fall. Rich is seeking a second term...
Stroman On Sports: Stadiums, Safety, And Paris
In the wake of the Paris attacks, what (if anything) should sporting venues do to step up security?
UNC Students Stand with Peers at Missouri
Emotions ranged from anger to fear to desperation and hit nearly every benchmark in between as hundreds of students and other members of the campus co...
UNC Board of Governors Will Give General Assembly Closed Session Minutes
The Board of Governors met in special session on Friday to consider a request from some members of the General Assembly for a copy of the minutes from...
Eshelman Pharmacy School Begins Giving Money From $100 Million Donation
Fred Eshelman donated $100 million dollars in December, 2014 to the pharmacy school which holds his namesake. Nearly a year later, the first round of ...