News & Sports Archive
Pinehurst No. 2: Carolina Gem Reclaims Roots, Looks To Future
“What the heck are you doing?!!??” That was the pointed question from a resident of the Village of Pinehurst in 2011 to course architect B...
Tar Heel Baseball Trumped By Pirates 3-2
The North Carolina baseball team's ninth inning rally fell short Tuesday night in Greenville as the Tar Heels fell to the East Carolina Pirates 3-2 to...
Folt: Willingham Meeting “Business-Like”
...Willingham left feeling reprimanded.
Men’s Basketball Braces For Brutal Gauntlet
Forget all that you knew about the Atlantic Coast Conference. This is your new-look ACC and get used to it.
Ninth Rabies Case Confirmed In Orange County
Nine rabies cases have been confirmed in Orange County so far this year, according to Animal Services. In total, twelve positive rabies cases were rec...
Breaking Ground: Ronald McDonald Of CH Celebrates Future Expansion To Serve More Families
"Knowing that this place is here is a blessing. It is a blessing.”
DeShields On The Market
No one knows where Diamond DeShields will play next year, except maybe her, but many schools are vying to get her.
CHTC Continues Public Hearing, Could Vote on Ephesus-Fordham Plan
Wednesday night, the Chapel Hill Town Council will continue what turned out to be an angry public hearing this past Monday.
Upcoming Carolina Basketball Slate Full Of Intrigue
The North Carolina men's basketball team will face a daunting slate of games next season including home and away games against new member and perennia...
WCHL, Chapelboro Win Three Murrow Awards
WCHL and Chapelboro.com have won three Region 8 Edward R. Murrow awards for small market radio stations, as voted on by their peers.
Pre-K - 12 Education
Teachers Need Raises To Stay
A bipartisan panel of four state legislators listened to teachers, parents, and students voice their frustrations about low teacher pay, in front of a...
Willingham To Leave UNC
Decision reportedly made after a meeting with UNC Chancellor Carol Folt Monday.
A Year Later, Boston Makes Triumphant Return At Marathon
For the first time since 1983, an American man crossed the finish line on Boylston St. first.
Tar Heels Travel To Pirate Country For Tuesday Tilt
Carolina will attempt to stave off East Carolina Tuesday evening in Greenville.
Ephesus-Fordham Vote Delayed Again
Tensions ran high at Monday’s public hearing on the Ephesus-Fordham plan, in part because the public never got a chance to speak.
Carrboro Looks at Relaxing Setback Rules for Roofs
The Carrboro Board of Aldermen is considering whether to give builders a break regarding roof overhangs, when it comes to setback rules for buildings....
State Unemployment Continues Drop
North Carolina’s unemployment rate has dropped more than two points in a year and remained below the national average in March for the second-consec...
Pre-K - 12 Education
Education Town Hall: Salary
Four North Carolina legislators will hear the financial concerns of educators and members of the community Monday night at Culbreth Middle School.
Boston: “Love On Alert”
Jan Bolick and Art Chansky are in Boston and share what they've seen and what they expect for the 118th running of the world-renowned race.
“Tarnished Heels” Author Silent
...not ready to comment on the book until its release.