News & Sports Archive
Moral Monday Protests Return
The capitol city will be ringing with shouts, songs and sirens as Moral Monday protests return for the first full week of the legislative session at 5...
Orange County Names Manager
Bonnie Hammersley is your new Orange County Manager.
Carrboro’s Proposed Budget Up for Discussion Tuesday
Increasing pay for some of the lowest-paid employees of the Town of Carrboro is on the proposed budget up for discussion Tuesday night.
UNC Men’s Tennis Falls To OU In Final Eight
The seventh-ranked North Carolina men's tennis team fell to second-ranked Oklahoma 4-2 Sunday night in the NCAA Tournament quarterfinals in Athens, Ge...
Commissioners Cautiously Interested In Ephesus-Fordham Financing
Commissioners say they’re interested in helping Chapel Hill fund the Ephesus-Fordham plan, but first they’ll need answers about the project’s im...
Carolina Women’s Tennis Reaches Final Four, Defending Champs Await
The seventh-seeded North Carolina women’s tennis team battled past second-seeded Alabama, claiming a 4-2 win Saturday in Athens, Georgia to advance ...
Baseball: Miami Claims UNC Series
No. 4 Miami got six scoreless innings from starter Bryan Radziewski and clinched the Atlantic Coast Conference regular season title with a 2-0 win ove...
News Around Town
CH Community Works Together to Provide Car for Home Health Worker
Members of Chapel Hill’s businesses community, along with business students at UNC, and a group of social entrepreneurs on Franklin Street got toget...
Pre-K - 12 Education
Chapel Hill-Carrboro Teaching Chair Awards
The Chapel Hill-Carrboro Public School Foundation has announced this year’s winners of the 2014 Teaching Chair Awards.
Climate Change Harms Fresh Water Quality
A study published in Global Change Biology claims that the quality of fresh water is beginning to diminish in lower elevation forests, and that climat...
Guardians of the Hill 5K
Beginning at 8:30 am on May 31 is the annual Guardians of the Hill 5K and Family Fun Run, sponsored by the Chapel Hill Police Department. The race is ...
Tar Heels Split Pair Of Friday Night Games With Hurricanes
The North Carolina baseball team split a doubleheader with the No. 4 Miami Hurricanes Friday night after a dominating 11-2 win in game two of the seri...
Pre-K - 12 Education
CHCCS: Superior Court Ruling Against Tenure Law a Victory for Teachers
Nash praised Friday’s ruling by Superior Court Judge Robert Hobgood that a recent state law ending job protections for veteran teachers is unconstit...
HPD Officer Injured In Suspected Carjacker Arrest
A Hillsborough police sergeant was injured Friday while taking a carjacking suspect into custody.
News Around Town
OWASA Reports Untreated Wastewater Spill In Chapel Hill
OWASA officials say Thursday's strong rains triggered an overflow of untreated wastewater from a manhole near Brigham Road in Chapel Hill.
What is FERPA?
Even after her resignation from UNC this past month, the sea of criticism that has come crashing down on Mary Willingham still has little potential to...
NC Unemployment Steadily Improves
The North Carolina Department of Commerce, Labor and Economic Analysis Division reported the unemployment figures for both North Carolina and the US f...
Bethel to File HIPAA Complaint
UNC learning specialist Bradley Bethel says he believes Mary Willingham’s research and subsequent application violates the Family Education Rights a...
Young Entrepreneurs from UNC are Doing it For Themselves — and Others
UNC students in the recent graduating class of 2014 are entering a slightly better job market than some of their recent predecessors. But rather than ...
Career Services Director: High Hopes for UNC 2014 Grads
Nearly six thousand UNC students got their degrees at Kenan Stadium last Sunday, and they all probably hold high hopes for their futures. Director of ...