News & Sports Archive
Huddle Up With The Heels
Renner’s Run Ends at 29
Something was eerily different about Carolina’s football contest in Blacksburg last Saturday.
WIC Participants Being Improperly Turned Away
The vouchers you’ve received are still good despite the government shutdown.
Students, Alumni Not Taking Advantage Of Make-Up AFAM Classes
Just one student out of the 46 current students who took fraudulent courses in UNC’s Department of African and Afro-American Studies has registered.
News Around Town
Chapel Hill 4 Youth; Tax Assistance; Rosemary Imagined
Community outreach efforts include four public meetings each with a different audience.
2013 Election Central
2013 CHTC Candidate Profile: Maria Palmer
Chapel Hill Town Council candidate, Maria Palmer, says she’s concerned about the town’s budget and, if elected, will address its shortfalls.
Duke’s Boone ‘Day To Day’ In Recovery From Injury
Duke coach David Cutcliffe says quarterback Anthony Boone is "day to day" in his recovery from a broken collarbone.
Poll: GOP Gets The Blame In Shutdown
A new poll suggests that Americans are mostly holding Republicans responsible for the partial government shutdown.
NC Won’t Issue More WIC Vouchers For October
A state-run program that gets federal dollars to ensure proper nutrition for pregnant women and their young children won't issue any vouchers beyond t...
Panthers Waive Unproductive WR Edwards
The Panthers have finally given up on Armanti Edwards, waiving the fourth-year wide receiver.
Rookie Schroder Lifts Hawks Past Bobcats, 87-85
Rookie guard Dennis Schroder scored on a runner with 2.1 seconds left to lift the Atlanta Hawks to an 87-85 victory over the Charlotte Bobcats in a pr...
Pre-K - 12 Education
More NC Students To Walk, Bike To School For One Day
Students at about 80 elementary schools in North Carolina are scheduled to walk or bike to school to celebrate a global effort aimed at building aware...
BoCC Eyes Older Schools For Bond Referendum
Commissioners could consider a bond referendum to finance repairs on aging schools, but they want to be sure it will delay the need for new buildings....
Central West On Track To Present CH Planning Board
“I think this is a good start, but it is not finished..."
Men’s Soccer Loses to Clemson, Continues Slide
Carolina dropped the 2-1 decision at Fetzer Field in chilly, damp conditions.
Freshman Jamie Loeb Makes Tar Heel History
She became the first Tar Heel in school history to take home the illustrious Women’s All-American Championships.
Second Indictment In UNC Football Scandal To Be Unsealed
The second indictment of five in the UNC football scandal will be unsealed Wednesday.
Central West Committee To Finalize Planning Board Draft Tuesday
Tuesday is likely the last time the Central West Steering Committee will meet before going before the Chapel Hill Planning Board to present a complete...
Police Spied On Moral Monday Protesters
The Raleigh Police Department conducted undercover surveillance at meetings held by the North Carolina chapter of the NAACP to organize this year's ma...
BoCC Discusses $100 Million Development Bond
County leaders are looking to build a new jail and a new middle school for the Chapel Hill-Carrboro school system. They're also considering how to add...
Government Shutdown – 7 Days and Counting
The partial government shutdown is taking its toll on the White House, where about 3 out of 4 staffers are being kept off-duty.