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Carrboro Mayor Lavelle Running for Re-Election
Carrboro Mayor Lydia Lavelle has announced that she will be seeking re-election this November. Lavelle served as a member of the Carrboro Board of Ald...
Michael Parker Announces Bid for Town Council
Michael Parker has announced that he is running for Chapel Hill Town Council this fall. Parker is one of several candidates vying to be appointed to t...
Types of Popularity Have Different Impacts on Your Health
Being popular during adolescent years may have a positive or negative long-term impact on your life. Depending on the type of popularity. What is your...
Fleeing Suspect Naps in Chatham County Home
A suspect wanted by Burlington Police on assault charges was spotted napping in a Chatham County home on Monday. Investigators from the Chatham County...
Chapel Hill Town Council Delays Obey Creek Vote
The Chapel Hill Town Council chose not to vote on the approval last night of the 120-acre Obey Creek development near Southern Village. Instead, the c...
Student Killed in Chatham County Wreck
A student at Northwood High School was one of two killed in an accident while driving to school on Monday morning, authorities have confirmed. The cra...
UNC Will Have Heavy Influence in Women’s World Cup
The United States women’s national team kicks off its start for 2015 World Cup tonight at 7:30. Team USA comes into the tournament with high hopes a...
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Judge Overturns Ruling on The Cedars Fees
The Cedars of Chapel Hill can continue to collect membership fees and monthly overhead fees, according to a state Court of Appeals ruling earlier this...
Hillsborough Police Looking for Missing Person
Hillsborough police are searching for Stephanie Michele Rodgers, who was last seen on April 28. The 37-year-old Rodgers is 5′ 1″ tall and ...
Brinkley Named Dean of UNC School of Law
UNC has named a new Dean for the School of Law. Standing in front of hundreds of faculty members in the rotunda of the School of Law on Friday, Raleig...
Chapel Hill Police Investigating Bank Robbery
***UPDATE: Chapel Hill Police say the getaway vehicle used may have been this white pickup truck*** Chapel Hill Police are looking for a suspect after...
NCAA Doesn’t Want to Punish UNC
There are certainly strong opinions on what the Notice of Allegations means for UNC. Chapelboro’s Art Chansky says the wait is almost over. For your...
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As A Local Judge Battles Blood Cancer, Friends Reach Out To ‘Save the Fox’
The ‘Save the Fox’ campaign aims to help a local judge, as well as others fighting blood cancer.
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Local Musicians Share Their ‘Burnin’ Love’ for the Jaycee Center
Head over to the Cat’s Cradle Saturday if you’d like some burn-healin' blues.
Bill Will Clear Way for Bottle Sales at Local Distillery
Both chambers of the North Carolina legislature have passed a bill with a number of measures related to the sale of alcohol. If the bill becomes law, ...
McCrory Blasted for Another Flip on Abortion Rights
The ACLU and Planned Parenthood are blasting N.C. Gov. Pat McCrory.
Officials Break Ground on New Southern Village Hotel
Business owners on Market Street hope it will add a third retail anchor to the area.
Cunningham: “Not a Pleasant Chapter” in UNC History
The wait surrounding the Notice of Allegations is over…sort of. The NCAA charged UNC with its most serious, and most vague, offense in the Notice of...
Benton Moss Named First Team Academic All-American
UNC senior pitcher Benton Moss was selected to the 2015 Capital One Academic All-American first team on Thursday—the first Tar Heel baseball player ...
Preliminary Renaming of Saunders Hall is Underway
The changeover from Saunders Hall to Carolina Hall is already beginning. Preliminary work is underway to remove the name of Williams L. Saunders from ...