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Kidzu to Host Pre-Opening Events at New Facility
Kidzu Children’s Museum has inhabited several locations during its nearly a decade of operations in Chapel Hill. And they are scheduled to open thei...
UNC Football Announces 2015 Recruiting Class
UNC has announced the 2015 Tar Heel football recruiting class. View the full list from UNC below: 2015 NORTH CAROLINA SIGNEES Jake Bargas TE 6-4 225 B...
North Carolina Comedy Arts Festival is Underway
The North Carolina Comedy Arts Festival is underway through February 15. The festival is produced by the DSI Comedy Theater, at 426 West Franklin Stre...
Pre-K - 12 Education
CHCCS Nominated for Green Ribbon
The Chapel Hill – Carrboro City School System has been nominated for a national award for the “green” programs they have implemented. Two school...
February 4, 2015
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Lawmakers Set to Introduce Bipartisan Redistricting Reform
A plan for redistricting in North Carolina is once again being put forward by state lawmakers. How far it will go is still to be determined.
The Curious Case of J.P. Tokoto
It started around the year 2010. Tokoto had just finished his sophomore year in high school at Menomonee Falls in Wisconsin. He had already reached hi...
Cat’s Cradle Owner to Carrboro BoA: Growing Arts Scene Presents ‘Dilemma’
The owner of the Cat’s Cradle told the Carrboro Board of Aldermen at Tuesday night’s meeting that his business and the ArtsCenter are both in the ...
School Superintendents Talk Over State Budget Cuts to Public Schools
The number of public school students in North Carolina has increased by more than 48,000 since 2007-08, yet the state funding level for public schools...
Countdown to First Pitch: Skye Bolt
UNC junior outfielder Skye Bolt has all the tools to be a top draft pick, spending his time on campus leaving Major League scouts in awe. This edition...
National Signing Day To Usher In Newest Tar Heels
The 2015 Signing Day promises to be a pivotal one for a Tar Heel football program that’s been shaking things up in the coaching ranks this offseason...
News Around Town
Duke Documentary Students Photograph Hillsborough
Students from Duke’s Center for Documentary Studies have been coming to Hillsborough for the past eight years to photograph its people and places.
Town Council Looks For Creative Solutions To Chapel Hill’s Challenges
Chapel Hill leaders are looking for innovative solutions to address some of the major challenges facing the town.
WCHL Morning News February 3, 2015
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Board of Aldermen to Hear More Public Comments About CAIC
The Carrboro Board of Aldermen will hold a second public hearing tonight on the proposed Carrboro Arts & Innovation Center that would be home to the A...
UNC Business Students Make Fourth Car Giveaway Possible
Social entrepreneur and Kenan-Flagler Business School instructor Jim Kitchen introduced himself to Sam McAdoo on Monday in about the nicest way possib...
Dominant Cavaliers Smack Down Tar Heels
The No. 12 North Carolina men's basketball team fell flat in the second half for the second straight game, falling to No. 3 Virginia, 75-64, Monday ni...
Cat’s Cradle Owner Refrains from CAIC Opinions; Renews Request for New Venue
The owner of The Cat’s Cradle in Carrboro has weighed in on the proposed Art & Innovation Center for ArtsCenter and Kidzu in downtown Carrboro, in a...
Tar Heel Take: Syracuse
Join Kylie McCoy and Avery Trendel behind the scenes of UNC’s high-scoring victory over Syracuse. Featuring music this week by Durham rapper Tracy...
How Far Will Google Fiber Reach? Still To Be Determined
Google made the announcement last week that it would be bringing their ultra-fast internet service to our community. But with the excitement came ques...