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Local Schools In Limbo Awaiting State Budget
As state lawmakers wrangle over the budget, Chapel Hill-Carrboro school officials are struggling to anticipate how funding cuts will impact local clas...
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On July 4, Remembering Our Civil Rights Legacy
Chapel Hill and Carrboro are both holding events this week to commemorate America's centuries-long fight for equality.
CPD Seeks Info For Fraudulent Prescription Case
He's wanted for questioning after he presented a fraudulent prescription to the CVS Pharmacy in Car Mill last month.
Hurricane Arthur Heading For N.C. Coast
"The storm may not get that close to the coast" to have a big impact on the Triangle.
Council Chooses Arts & Sciences Foundation to Buy Old Public Library
The University of North Carolina Arts & Sciences Foundation is the Town Council’s favorite bidder for the Old Chapel Hill Public Library on...
In Forum, Sheriff Candidates Find Common Ground
With the runoff election near, sheriff candidates Charles Blackwood and David Caldwell met at WCHL studios.
Veterans, Rookies Seizing The Summer for Tar Heels
Although mired in the ongoing dark cloud of academic scandal and being largely overshadowed these days by the likes of uber-talented Duke and Kentucky...
Hedgepeth Murder Information To Be Released
Durham County Superior Court Judge Howard Manning ordered the redacted search warrants and un-redacted 911 calls to be released.
OC Sheriff Voting For Blackwood As Replacement
Early voting for Orange County’s new sheriff starts Thursday, and current Sheriff Lindy Pendergrass says he is casting his vote for candidate Charle...
2014 Election Central
Sheriff Runoff: Early Voting Begins Thursday
...but you have to travel to Hillsborough to make your pick.
Should You Change Your Eastern N.C. July 4 Plans?
"We should see some impacts beginning late Thursday and then overnight Thursday night."
Jaycee Burn Center Shares Grill Safety Tips for July 4th
The Jaycee Burn Center of the UNC Medical Center has some safety tips for outdoor grillers on this upcoming Fourth of July weekend.
Willingham Sues UNC, Asks For Reinstatement
Willingham says she believes “the NCAA will need some serious help from our historians at UNC (since so many years have passed).”
The ACC Shines In Directors’ Cup Final Standings, UNC Slips Down
The UNC athletic program took a tumble in the latest Directors’ Cup standings, finishing 14th in the standings that measure each school’s performa...
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Hillsborough PD ‘Are You Ok?’ Program Checks On Seniors
Senior citizens of Hillsborough now have a better way to ensure their safety at home with a little help from the Hillsborough Police Department.
Report: Unemployment Rises in 92 Counties Between April and May
Unemployment rates went up in 92 of North Carolina’s 100 counties in May, including Orange County.
OWASA Wins State Award For Clean Water
The Orange Water and Sewer Authority is being honored by North Carolina for its high quality drinking water.
Wednesday: CH Town Council May Pick a Bid for Old Library
The Chapel Hill Town Council meets Wednesday to likely choose one of four bids to buy the old Chapel Hill Public Library at 523 East Franklin Street.
WCHL To Host OC Sheriff Forum Wednesday
The two men vying to be Orange County’s next sheriff will face each other on Wednesday for one final forum before the July 15th runoff election.
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Chapel Hill Weekly Prints Final Paper
The weekly newspaper’s final edition printed on Monday after two and a half years in Chapel Hill-Carrboro.