News & Sports Archive
The Story of Houston Summers
Houston Summers is not your typical UNC junior. The 27-yard-old track and field athlete has already played Major League Baseball, stared death in the ...
PORCH Set to Eclipse Huge Benchmark
A local organization devoted to feeding needy families in our community is set to eclipse a major milestone. PORCH is an organization that has a singu...
Carrboro Moving Forward with Arts and Economic Development
Art and economic development are converging in Carrboro and planning the best pathway to move forward. A public hearing has been called on a proposed ...
Carrboro Tree Lighting Ceremony on Friday
The light switch is about to be flipped in Carrboro with the annual lighting of the tree. The Carrboro Tree will be lit for this holiday season at 6 o...
Discussions Continue Over Highly-Debated Carrboro Corner
Carrboro officials are working toward a solution of what to do at 201 North Greensboro Street. What to do with the space that was the proposed home of...
Chapel Thrill: Tigers Snag Postseason Football Honors
It might not have captured a state championship, but the Chapel Hill High School football team still enjoyed a marvelous and in many ways amazing seas...
Santa Comes Early for Tar Heel Baseball
North Carolina head baseball coach Mike Fox got an early Christmas present this morning with the announcement of 19 new student-athletes signing thei...
Southern Rail Up For Sale
One of Carrboro’s most iconic restaurants is up for sale.
Orange Unemployment Drops Again In October
Orange County's unemployment rate was 4.0 percent in October, down from 4.5 percent in September.
Oakes’ Outlook: Bowls, Roles, and Noles
And so the Tar Heels' disappointing 2014 campaign will come to a close in Motown. It's a fitting end (a dreary and cold one in the Midwest at that) fo...
BoCC Votes to Fund Childcare From Social Justice Fund
At Tuesday night’s meeting in Chapel Hill, the Orange County Board of Commissioners unanimously voted to fund childcare for low-income families.
Orange County Deputies Looking For Lobster Chef
Sheriff's deputies are looking for a suspect who allegedly broke into a church kitchen and cooked a lobster tail.
‘He Cared About People So Much'; Dr. Rosenberg Remembered
A long-time friend remembers Dr. Rosenberg, killed in Maryland plane crash on Monday.
TABLE Expands To Feed More Hungry Children
TABLE is expanding their service of feeding needy children to preschool and middle school students.
Brice Johnson Responds To Roy Williams’ Tough Challenge
The Carolina men’s basketball team’s toughness has been scrutinized this season, most notably, after ugly losses to Butler and Iowa. But junior fo...
Chatham Deputies Arrest Man Allegedly Linked To Drug Deaths
The Chatham County Sheriff’s Office has arrested a man in connection with three drug deaths over the weekend.
Dr. Michael Rosenberg, Innovator and Educator, Dies In Plane Crash
The plane crash that claimed the life of Dr Michael Rosenberg cut short the life of a man dedicated to improving the world through medical innovation....
UPDATE: Maryland Plane Crash Victims Identified
Authorities have identified the woman and two children killed in the plane crash in Gaithersburg, Maryland.
CHTC Talks with Obey Creek Developer About Affordable Housing
Three Chapel Hill Town Council members volunteered to lead a working group to discuss affordable housing options for the proposed Obey Creek Developme...
Fedora, Tar Heels Aim For Redemption, More Passion In Bowl Game
The Tar Heels will be bowling in Motown the day after Christmas. The 6-6 UNC football team will be looking to finish with a winning record for the thi...