News & Sports Archive
CH Fire Department Hopes to ‘Keep the Wreath Green’ for 2014
An illuminated wreath at Chapel Hill fire station on Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard is keeping score on residential fire safety this holiday season...
UNC Hopes To Regain Stride Versus ECU
The North Carolina men's basketball team, 5-2 on the season, looks to recover from a 60-55 loss to Iowa when the Tar Heels welcome a 4-4 East Carolina...
Carolina Sweeps Hampton In NCAA Tourney 1st Round
The UNC volleyball team advanced to the 2nd round of the NCAA Tournament after a 3-0 victory over Hampton Friday night in Carmichael Arena.
Chapel Hill ‘Express’ Derailed at Northern Guilford in 3AA semifinal
Chapel Hill falls to Northern Guilford in HS football playoffs.
Nonprofits Want Carrboro To Collaborate On Arts Center
A trio of nonprofits wants to partner with Carrboro to build a four-story “Arts and Innovation Center” downtown.
Community Home Trust Fights Affordable Housing Crunch
The Community Home Trust just won a $40,000 award from GSK for its ongoing efforts.
UNC Wins Epic 2OT Battle With No. 18 Rutgers
In a double overtime shootout, sixth-ranked UNC women's basketball knocked off No. 18 Rutgers on the road with a 96-93 victory Thursday night in the A...
Chapel Hill Police Seek 2 In September Hit And Run
Chapel Hill Police now say a man was struck by two cars during a September hit and run incident.
CHCCS Board Selects New Member
The Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools Board chose its new member on Monday from a pool of fourteen applicants.
Range 2A Shutting Down Permanently in Chatham County
The owner of a controversial shooting range located on 71 acres in Chatham County has decided to shut it down permanently.
Friday Night, “It’s A Wonderful Life”
The Community Home Trust is hosting a free screening of the Christmas classic at the Varsity Theater.
Tar Heels Aim For National Glory On Turf, Court
Two successful Tar Heel programs hope to take the next steps toward potential national championships this weekend. The UNC men’s soccer team hits th...
‘Express Delivery': Upset-Minded Tigers Take On Nighthawks
Chapel Hill looks to knock off Northern Guilford in H.S. football playoffs
Protesters Briefly Block Franklin Street After Grand Jury Verdict
About 60 people marched on Franklin Street Wednesday to protest a New York grand jury’s decision not to indict a police officer in the death of Eric...
New Delay For Village Plaza Apartments
Three weeks after asking Chapel Hill to push back a key deadline to approve Village Plaza Apartments, developers are once again asking for more time.
Pit Protests Continue On UNC Campus
Although it’s almost exam time for UNC students, the Pit wasn’t quiet Tuesday.
Chapel Hill Officials Discuss Light Rail Plan
Triangle Transit officials presented key questions for elected leaders to answer before Triangle Transit can solidify the light rail plan.
UNC Pharmacy School Receives $100M Donation from Eshelman
The Eshelman School of Pharmacy at UNC just received a staggering $100 million gift from its namesake.
Tar Heels Miss Mark, Fall Flat To Hawkeyes
The No. 6 North Carolina men's basketball team dropped a tough 60-55 decision in the ACC-Big Ten Challenge, losing to the feisty Iowa Hawkeyes Wednesd...
No. 6 UNC Visits Rutgers in ACC/Big Ten Challenge
North Carolina women’s basketball has finished a victorious run in Hawaii and will visit No. 18 Rutgers in New Jersey Thursday at 7 p.m. in the ACC/...