News & Sports Archive
Two Local Drug Dealers Caught
Two local, repeat-offending drug dealers were recently taken off the streets after separate incidents of selling cocaine near schools.
UNC Professor Remembers Robin Williams
A retired professor of computer science at UNC, Stephen Weiss, got the chance of a lifetime in 1998, to sit an watch the magic of Robin Williams film ...
Pre-K - 12 Education
CHCCS Faces $900k Budget Gap And Loss of 22 TAs
With the new state spending plan in place, Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools are facing a nearly one million dollar budget gap.
News Around Town
Binkley-Barbee Yard Sale This Weekend
Community members are gearing up for the 16th Biennial Binkley-Barbee Community Yard Sale.
Pre-K - 12 Education
CHCCS Still Working On Budget
...the proposal was posted to Thursday's meeting agenda Tuesday morning.
1998: Robin Williams’ Visit To UNC
Walking through UNC’s campus you’ll see many buildings that appeared in the movie Patch Adams.
UNC Emergency Drill: A Traffic Wreck, a Bus and a Chemical Spill
Safety officials at UNC conducted an emergency drill Monday morning on Manning Drive, with the help of a hired firm that staged a traffic accident, wi...
Close-Knit Tar Heels Test Offense, Showcase Defense in Scrimmage
Head coach Larry Fedora’s scrimmage evaluations are out. And so far at least, the defense has the early edge over the offense.
Suspect in Murder of Durham Priest Makes 1st Court Appearance
The suspect in the murder of a 71-year-old Anglican priest from Durham made his first court appearance in Hillsborough on Monday afternoon, and the ju...
Congressman David Price To Visit WCHL Studios Tuesday
Tune in to the WCHL Afternoon News with Aaron Keck Tuesday for the hour-long conversation beginning at 4:00 p.m.
Man Charged with First Degree Murder of Missing Durham Priest
A suspect is charged with first-degree murder in the death of a 71-year-old Anglican priest whose body was discovered in Eno State Park early Sunday m...
Downtown Chapel Hill Experiencing Better Summer Business
Chapel Hill Mayor, Mark Kleinschmidt, spoke with WCHL’s Aaron Keck about the success stories from such local businesses he has heard and how the tow...
Inter-Faith Council Completes Fundraising for Homeless Shelter
The Inter-Faith Council for Social Services, or IFC, has announced they have now raised the money necessary to completely fund a new homeless shelter ...
UNC To Perform Emergency Drill
On Monday, August 11, between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m., UNC will perform an emergency drill on campus.
News Around Town
Goathouse Refuge Holds ‘Cat Cafe’ for Adoptions on Sunday
On Sunday, the Goathouse Refuge in Pittsboro is hosting a “Cat Café” to showcase the most adoptable of around 220 cats and kittens on the propert...
Mayor Kleinschmidt on the Mayors Innovation Project
Coming up within the next two weeks, Chapel Hill will be hosting the Mayors Innovation Project conference.
TSA Offers Pre-Check Program for Faster Checkpoints
Raleigh-Durham International Airport is offering the opportunity to sign up for the Transportation Security Administration’s Pre-Check program.
UNC Study: NC Doctors Suggest E-Cigarettes to Quitting Smokers
UNC physicians have published a survey stating that more research must be done about the practice that physicians have taken of recommending electroni...
Kleinschmidt: Landlords Get a Great Deal With Section 8 Vouchers
Mayors Mark Kleinschmidt of Chapel Hill and Lydia Lavelle of Carrboro joined forces this week to ask local landlords to do the right thing, and accept...
Lawsuit Challenges Chatham Park Project
A group of citizens has filed a lawsuit challenging Pittsboro’s approval of the Chatham Park development project.