News & Sports Archive
Coach Smith Sends Check for Dinner Out to Former Lettermen
About 180 lettermen that played basketball for Coach Dean Smith during his legendary coaching career received a check for 200 dollars, on Thursday, fr...
Battle of the Carolinas: UNC and USC Meet in Sweet 16
Exactly three weeks after coming up short in the ACC quarterfinals, North Carolina women’s basketball is taking the trip back to the Greensboro Coli...
Orange is Healthiest County in State
County-by-County Health Reports were released by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, on Wednesday. Orange County is the healthiest county in the Tar H...
No. 4 Carolina Meets No. 1 Wisconsin In West Coast Battle
The fourth-seeded North Carolina men’s basketball team, 26-11 overall, takes on top-seeded and 33-3 Wisconsin in the NCAA Tournament West Regional S...
UNC Students Use Federal Law To Get Admissions Data
UNC students who want to know what’s in their admission files are using a little-known federal law to get a look.
Town Council Approves Affordable Housing Fund
Affordable housing is part of an ongoing discussion in Chapel Hill as the town continues to grow. The Chapel Hill Town Council passed a resolution on ...
Carrboro Aldermen Join County Commissioners in Opposing SB2
The Carrboro Board of Aldermen committed to opposing a Republican bill in the General Assembly that would allow magistrates and other state employees ...
Carrboro Aldermen Examine Guidelines for Police Body Cameras
At Tuesday’s meeting, the Carrboro Board of Aldermen examined a policy proposal on instituting body cameras for the town’s police officers.
Hunter Williams’ Gem Leads Tar Heels to Victory Over App State
Making just his third career start on the mound, 6’3″ freshman left-hander Hunter Williams had his eyes set on continuing the recent strin...
Tar Heels Touch Ground In LA Reaching For Stars
The Tar Heels have touched down in L.A. and will be reaching for the stars in a town full of them when they suit it up against the top-seeded Wisconsi...
Orange County Reports 4th Rabies Case of 2015
Orange County is reporting its fourth rabies confirmation of 2015. This incident involved a raccoon, the primary carrier of rabies in our region. This...
Chapel Hill Police are ‘ALERT’ to March Madness Booze Violations
During March Madness, Chapel Hill Police have their hands full.
Pouring Grease Down Sink Leads to Sewage Spill
Improper disposal of grease was a contributing factor to a sewage spill in Hillsborough on Friday. Will Baker, Assistant Utilities Director for the To...
Scammers Targeting Carrboro Businesses
Several Carrboro businesses have been the target of a scam over the last couple of weeks. Carrboro Police Captain Chris Atack says all of the scams ha...
Carolina Pulse Tackles Topics of Race and Current Events
Just more than 100 students and faculty gathered on a beautiful Monday evening for the first in a series of discussions entitled “Carolina Conversat...
UNC Distinguished Writer in Residence to Hold Reading of New Work
A noted author and environmentalist will hold a reading Tuesday night on the UNC Campus. Terry Tempest Williams is an author, environmentalist, and ac...
CHTC Approves Affordable Housing Fund
The Chapel Hill Town Council authorized the development of an Affordable Housing Development Reserve that will be used exclusively for development and...
Sweet Caroline! Mavunga Powers Tar Heels To Sweet Sixteen
At times, it was a master class of inside-outside offense at its best. Down the stretch, it looked like a nervy collapse. But above all, for the Tar H...
Hungry UNC Baseball Team Awaits Visit From Mountaineers
A rare series win in Atlanta over Georgia Tech has the 22nd-ranked UNC baseball team feeling better about themselves heading into their Tuesday home g...
Pre-K - 12 Education
Democratic State Rep Seeks Bipartisan Ideas for Schools
Rep. Graig Meyer (D- 50) is chronicling his bipartisan efforts regarding schools.