News & Sports Archive
Cold Temps Drive Up Demand For Shelter
The icy temperatures are driving up demand for emergency shelter at the Inter-Faith Council’s Community House.
‘Honorable Ellie’ Film Documents Kinnaird’s Career
Former State Senator and Carrboro Mayor Ellie Kinnaird is the subject of a new documentary that will be screened at the Carrboro Film Festival.
Commissioners To Update Orange County’s Park Plan
County Commissioners will consider adopting the 2013 Master Parks Plan when the board meets Tuesday.
Carrboro To Consider Extending Permits For 2 Development Projects
Carrboro Aldermen will consider extending the deadline for a pair of previously approved developments when the board meets Tuesday.
UNC Snags 3-0 Victory Over Duke, Earns Final Four Spot
The top-ranked UNC field hockey team shut out No. 9 Duke 3-0 Sunday in Chapel Hill to earn a spot in the Final Four.
Carrboro Considers $800K-$900K in Updates to Town Commons
The Town of Carrboro is considering nearly $900,000 in updates and improvements to the Town Commons.
Johnson, Meeks Shine As Carolina Conquers Robert Morris
The North Carolina men's basketball team downed Robert Morris 103-59 Sunday evening in the Smith Center to improve to 2-0 on the year.
Allisha Gray Leads Heels To Victory Over UCLA
Thirteenth-ranked North Carolina women’s basketball remains undefeated after beating the No. 23 UCLA Bruins Sunday afternoon in Carmichael Arena.
UNC Field Hockey Wins, Gets Duke Next In NCAAT
The No. 1 North Carolina field hockey team defeated No. 20 Liberty 2-1 Saturday afternoon in the first round of the NCAA Tournament at Francis E. Henr...
Tar Heels Tame Panthers For Happy Homecoming
The North Carolina football team rallied past Pittsburgh 40-35 Saturday afternoon thanks to a four-touchdown performance from quarterback Marquise Wil...
Balanced Tar Heels Clip Eagles 76-60 In Home Opener
The No. 6 North Carolina basketball team got its season off to a winning start with balanced scoring that led to a comfortable 76-60 triumph over the ...
Northwood Stunned In Playoffs; Orange, Chapel Hill Advance
Bill Hall's nearly three-decade high school football coaching career ended with a whimper and not a bang. His Northwood Chargers were pounded by North...
UNC WBB Sweeps Howard In Hatchell’s Return
In an almost exhibition-like opener against Howard University, the Tar Heels grabbed an 83-49 victory Friday afternoon in Carmichael Arena.
Tar Heel Field Hockey Hosts Liberty NCAA Tourney 1R
UNC's field hockey team, ranked number one in the nation, will host the No. 20 Liberty Flames in the first round of the NCAA Tournament Saturday at Fr...
‘Music & Memory’ Helps Dementia Patients Recall the Joys of Their Lives
November is National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month, and a Chatham senior care facility is locally spearheading a countrywide effort to use mus...
Rabid Skunk Is Orange County’s 21st Case This Year
A skunk in Hurdle Mills tested positive for rabies this week, bringing the county’s total to 21 cases this year.
Breakin’ It Down: Pittsburgh
The North Carolina football team had two weeks to lick its wounds following a blowout 47-20 loss at Miami. The 4-5 Tar Heels will now welcome the Pitt...
News Around Town
Piedmont Wildlife Center Holds 12th Annual Auction
Next Saturday, the Durham Armory is the place to be for a the 12th annual auction benefiting the Piedmont Wildlife Center.
Anne Hill, Co-Founder Of The Hill Center, Dies At 84
Chapel Hill resident Anne Gibson Hill died Thursday at age 84 after several weeks of illness.
Chapel Hill Revisits ‘The Edge’ On Monday
A large mixed use development proposed for the northern end of Chapel Hill is up for public comment when the Chapel Hill Town Council meets Monday.