News & Sports Archive
Reactions From The Wainstein Report
We spoke with professors, administrators, students, and observers at UNC about the Wainstein report.
Wainstein Report Confirms Academic Scandal
Read the full report and a statement from UNC here.
Timeline Of The UNC Academic Scandal
On Wednesday, UNC released the long-awaited Wainstein Report, the result of an investigation into UNC’s academic fraud scandal by attorney Kenne...
Orange County Gears Up For Early Voting
Early voting begins this Thursday and runs through November 1,
OC Sheriff’s Office Seeks Armed Robbery Suspect
The Orange County Sheriff’s Office is asking for information about an armed robbery that took place Tuesday morning just outside Hillsborough on Old...
Orange County to Increase Bus Services
Orange County Board of Commissioners voted unanimously on Tuesday to expand bus services in Orange County over the next 5 years.
Wainstein Report Will Be Released Today
The Wainstein Report on academic irregularities at UNC was first commissioned in February.
Pre-K - 12 Education
On “Unity Day,” Phillips Middle School Fights Bullying
Bullying has been a major issue at Phillips in recent years, but the school is taking action.
Less is More? Paige’s Scoring Burden Lifted
Preseason All-America pick Marcus Paige carried the offensive load for the UNC basketball team last season. But this year, Paige is hoping improved ba...
Pre-K - 12 Education
Morris Grove Students Tout Peace, Love And Painted Pumpkins
The third annual Morris Grove Pumpkin Auction offers gorgeous gourds for a great cause.
October 21, 2014
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Council and Residents Analyze Ephesus-Fordham Affordable Housing Plan
Chapel Hill Mayor Mark Kleinschmidt wants to find the right balance of factors that will attract developers to build affordable housing in the city’...
‘O.K. is never Okay': Larry Fedora Wants More from Tar Heels
UNC head football coach Larry Fedora says tasting success last weekend should motivate his 3-4 Tar Heels to want to experience more of it.
News Around Town
Funding for UUMC Steeple Repair Project More Than Halfway to Goal
The University United Methodist Church in downtown Chapel Hill is more than halfway toward a $250,000 goal for repairing and upgrading its landmark st...
Chapel Hill PD Releases SWAT Report
In response to public interest in police tactics, following recent events in Ferguson, MO, the Chapel Hill Police Department has released a list of SW...
UNC’s Wainstein Report On Academic Fraud Due Wednesday
The long-awaited report on academic fraud at UNC is scheduled to be released on Wednesday.
OC Sheriff’s Office Seeks Larceny Suspect
The Orange County Sheriff’s Office is looking for help identifying a suspect in two larcenies
October 20, 2014
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Williams, Tar Heels Cool Under Pressure
When faced with a deficit and little time remaining on the clock, the UNC offense came up big Saturday night, snapping a five-game losing streak to Ge...
Chapel Hill Police Warn Of Phone Scam Targeting Local Businesses
Chapel Hill Police say a local business woman thwarted a potential phone scam last week, but others haven’t been so lucky.