News & Sports Archive
UNC Faculty Wants Change In Athletics Admissions Standards
“The fundamental worry is that the system we have in place, no matter how hard we work at it, ends up admitting students who can’t do the work.”
Hokies Passing Offense Downs Tar Heels, 27-17
UNC played better, but the results were painfully similar as the Tar Heels fell to the Virginia Tech Hokies 27-17 Saturday in an ACC clash at Lane Sta...
Fall Season Brings Color Change To North Carolina
Fall has officially hit North Carolina and the Mountains are changing their colors.
Southern Stars Dinner To Support Prostate Cancer Fight
On Thursday the Peter Michael's Foundation held a Southern Stars dinner and auction at Fearrington House in Pittsboro to support prostate cancer.
Festifall to Crowd Franklin Street Sunday
Chapel Hill’s 41st annual Festifall on Franklin Street is Sunday.
High School Football Roundup – Week 8
HILLSBOROUGH – It’s not easy being Cedar Ridge this season. The Red Wolves are young, inexperienced and playing a brutal schedule which includ...
Orange County Leads NC In Recycling
If you’re an avid recycler, or even just a casual one, you’ve contributed to Orange County reaching a state high in waste reduction of 59 percent,...
DPS Investigating Three Thefts In Student Dorms
The UNC Department of Public Safety is investigating reports of the three burglaries late last night and early today.
Celebrating Congo 2013
The Sonja Haynes Stone Center will host an unprecedented festival of musicians, artists, and speakers, Celebrating Congo 2013.
Council Candidates Discuss Chapel Hill’s “In-And-Out Challenge”
From young voters to those living on the street, town council candidates tackled questions about how to help Chapel Hill’s diverse populations.
Thompson Indictment First Of Its Kind
"We can’t find anywhere in the country that has indicted anyone under the Uniform Agents Act,” DA Woodall says.
OC Sheriff Seeks Info From Tuesday Night B&E
If you have information pertaining to a breaking and entering that occurred at a business in western Orange County Tuesday just after 11:00 p.m., the ...
Fmr. CHTC Member Announces Early Intention For Governor
Former Chapel Hill Town Council member James Protzman announced this spring that he will run for governor in the 2016 election.
2013 Election CHCCS
2013 CHCCS Candidate Profile: Ignacio Tzoumas
Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools Board candidate, Ignacio Tzoumas (pronounced JEW-mas), says equity will be his biggest focus if elected. He says the...
UNC’s Federal Research Funding At Risk During Shutdown
UNC’s Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost, Jim Dean, was given the gift of a government shutdown no less than officially three months on the job, ...
Huddle Up With The Heels
Struggling Tar Heels Aiming to ‘Turn It Loose’ in Blacksburg
“It’s like I’m in a fist fight with whomever the heavy weight champion is every day just trying to get these guys to do the right things and do ...
More Than 3K Gallons Of Product Leaked In Aug Gas Leak
"...94 percent of the product that was leaked was recovered in clean-up efforts."
Former UNC Tutor Charged With Violating Sports Agent Law
"...an indictment is not evidence of guilt.”
UNC Athletic Department Honoring ‘Academic All-Stars’
“This program is a great way for the athletic department and football program to give back to the elementary schools in our state by offering an exc...
Sen. Hagan “Very Frustrated” With Shutdown
Two and a half days have passed since non-essential government employees were told to stay home as congress can’t agree on a budget, and there are r...