News & Sports Archive
Activists Call For Council Action On Coal Ash Dump
State and town officials are investigating a coal ash dump under the Chapel Hill Police Department, but some local activists say that's not enough.
Confident Skye Bolt Believes In Himself, Tar Heels Despite Season Struggles
The sophomore says he’s matured and is gaining perspective on the game of baseball and life through the ups and downs.
Slow Job Recovery for NC Metros
North Carolina unemployment rates in the metro areas may be steadily decreasing, but not quite fast enough to make up for the losses suffered from the...
Unemployment Rates for April
With the release of the state employment figures for April 2014, there has been a recorded decrease in unemployment for 99 counties, and increase in o...
NC Senate Republicans Propose Teacher Pay Increases
North Carolina Senate Republicans held a press conference this morning to announce a pay-raise plan for teachers, which they’re touting as the most ...
Suspicious Activity in Timberlyne
In the weeks ahead, the Timberlyne Neighborhood Association plans to discuss the construction of an additional light on a section of Butternut Street,...
CHHS Womens’ Soccer Seeks State Title
The Tigers have made the run through the postseason as the No. 9 seed in the East Region defeating the No. 1, No. 2, and No. 5 seeds along the way.
It’s ‘Jaguars Men’s Tennis Day’ in Carrboro
It’s officially Jaguars Men’s Tennis Day in the Town of Carrboro.
Tough Competition Awaits Tar Heels in Gainesville
The North Carolina baseball team, 34-25 on the season, will open up NCAA Tournament play Friday at 1 p.m. as the third-seeded team in the Gainesville ...
Media Focus: UNC Academic Scandal
“Structure and hierarchy is important," UNC Faculty Chair-elect, Bruce Cairns says.
Former UNC All-American Nicholas Monroe Making Moves In Paris
Former North Carolina men’s tennis player Nicholas Monroe claimed a 6-3, 7-5 first round victory over Slovak Martin Klizan and Austrian Dominic Thie...
‘Academic Scandal Indefensible, Unacceptable’
"There is not a single person in this University that thinks that what has happened is defensible or acceptable,” Faculty Chair-Elect, Dr. Bruce Cai...
News Around Town
VFW Honors Fallen Heroes
To commemorate Memorial Day, the local Veterans of Foreign Wars placed flags next to graves at Chapel Hill Memorial Cemetery, to honor those who died ...
Volunteers Lobbying On ‘Moral Tuesday’
Memorial Day may have pre-empted Moral Monday activities this week, but only for a day.
Carrboro Aldermen to Vote on $75K Grant for Recycling Carts
The Carrboro Board of Aldermen will vote Tuesday on whether to accept a $75,000 grant for curbside recycling carts.
‘LifeVest’ Saves UNC Patient
Local man, Vernon Byrd of Mebane, was saved by UNC cardiac physicians with the use of a new wearable defibrillator known as the LifeVest. This event i...
Memorial Day 2014 Preview
This Memorial Day, the Chapel Hill Veterans will honor the soldiers who have deceased, particularly those who have made an outstanding impact on the C...
UNC Fires Professor Convicted Of Drug Charges
Chancellor Carol Folt fired 70-year-old Paul Frampton, whom drug agents arrested in 2012 at the Buenos Aires airport.
OC Gymnastics Ends Season
Orange County Gymnastics has now finished the competitive season upon the conclusion of the Xcel Regional Championships that took place in Hickory, NC...
Orange County Meets, Greets New Manager
Orange County government held a meet-and-greet for newly hired County Manager Bonnie Hammersley in downtown Hillsborough on Friday.