News & Sports Archive
Freezing Rain May Lead to Slippery Commute Wednesday
Winter has officially settled in across the Tar Heel state, and our area is no exception. After seeing heavy rain early Monday morning, temperatures h...
‘What About The Wallace Deck?’
With Kidzu Children’s Museum contemplating a move to Carrboro, some in Chapel Hill are left wondering, ‘What about the Wallace Deck?”
Hillsborough Commissioners Commit to Help Preserve Colonial Inn
The Hillsborough Board of Commissioners voted to hire the UNC School of Government to provide financial, legal and technical advice about what to do w...
Overshadowed Spring Sports Share Same Lofty Goals
All eyes are generally fixed on the basketball hardwood this time of year in Chapel Hill, but a litany of other top-notch UNC sports programs are gear...
UNC Requiring Students, Faculty, and Staff to Take Sexual Violence Course
Students, faculty, and staff at UNC will be required to take a training course on sexual harassment and sexual violence. The Office of Student Affairs...
Tar Heel Take: Notre Dame
Join Kylie McCoy and Princess Streeter for Chapelboro’s first Tar Heel Take of the season, as they go behind the scenes of UNC’s narrow loss to...
Carrboro Town Leaders Ready for First Meeting of 2015
The Board of Alderman is setting up for a very busy 2015 with their first meeting of the new year, on Tuesday night. There are several large agenda it...
Nominate A Business Of The Year
The Chapel Hill/Carrboro Chamber of Commerce is seeking Business of the Year nominations.
‘Carrboro Arts And Innovation’ Plan Raises Hopes and Questions
Two local nonprofits are pitching a plan to Carrboro Aldermen to collaborate on building an Arts and Innovation Center downtown.
Missing Chapel Hill Man Found Safe After Silver Alert
The Silver Alert is for Martin Alexander Glenn, 39, last seen on Mt. Carmel Church Road.
Now 2-1 in ACC, UNC Bounces Back From Tough Loss
After a blow-out loss to unranked Pitt earlier this week, No. 8 North Carolina women’s basketball needed some redemption. They got just that with a ...
Roy Williams, Battling Tar Heels Traversing Tough ACC
In the midst of a brutal ACC schedule, the Tar Heels got the ball to bounce their way on a wild afternoon in the Smith Center. Down 13 points to No. 5...
Chapel Hill Mayor: “Tough Decisions” Coming on Transit System Sustainability
Chapel Hill town leaders are being forced to get creative when looking at options to maintain transit services that are offered. Chapel Hill Mayor Mar...
DBAP Outranks Dean Dome and Cameron Indoor for Stadium Experience
For many sports fans along tobacco road it doesn’t get any better than watching the Tar Heels at the Dean Dome or the Blue Devils in Cameron Indoor....
Tar Heels Tame Cardinals In Thrilling Fashion
The No. 18 North Carolina men's basketball team rallied from a 13-point second half deficit to defeat No. 5 Louisville, 72-71, to improve to 12-4 over...
Colonial Inn on Hillsborough Commissioners Agenda on Monday
The Hillsborough Board of Commissioners will re-visit the subject of the historical Colonial Inn, in a discussion that includes an offer from the UNC ...
CH Town Council to Hear Complaint About Tanning Beds in Apartment Complexes
On Monday, the Chapel Hill Town Council will hear a petition against apartment complexes offering free tanning bed use as an incentive to new tenants....
Cempra Clears Hurdle Toward FDA Approval
Chapel Hill-based drug developer Cempra has cleared a major hurdle toward FDA approval of an experimental drug that could work toward solving one of t...
CH Town Manager Approves Village Plaza Apartment Plan
The plan brings a six-story building with 265 apartments, ground-floor retail and a parking deck to the vacant lot that formerly housed the Plaza Thea...
MBA@UNC Ranked #1 Online MBA Program
The Kenan-Flagler Business School at UNC has brought in another number one ranking. For the first time ever, U.S. News & World Report ranked onlin...