News & Sports Archive
Vigil for Slain Teenager Helps Community Mourn
Thursday night, over 100 people gathered in a cul-de-sac off Legion Road, near the place where 18-year-old Malik Brown-Burnette was shot. Red and whit...
Chapel Hill Creamery Issues Voluntary Recall After Salmonella Outbreak
A multi-state Salmonella outbreak may have started at Chapel Hill Creamery. Orange County Health Department director Dr. Colleen Bridger said the inve...
Final Suspect Arrested, Others Appear in Court for Killing Chapel Hill Teenager
Chapel Hill Police have arrested the fifth suspect in connection with the fatal shooting of a teenager on Tuesday night. The release announcing the ar...
News Around Town
Triangle Disability Awareness Council to Celebrate 26 Years of the ADA
The Americans with Disabilities Act was signed into law on July 26, 1990. The Triangle Disability Awareness Council will celebrate the law’s 26t...
Karen Refugees Hoping To See Family Again
About 50,000 Karen refugees live in the US - but hundreds of thousands more remain behind.
Vigil Planned as Chapel Hill Remembers Slain Teenager
Members of the Chapel Hill community are continuing to mourn the shooting death of an 18-year-old on Tuesday night. An outpouring of support has flowe...
Pre-K - 12 Education
Tom Forcella Attends His Final Meeting As Superintendent
Last week Tom Forcella participated in his last Board of Education meeting as Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools superintendent. Chairman James Barrett...
New Permanent Speed-Calming Sign on Weaver Dairy Extension
Weaver Dairy Road Extension has a new permanent speed-calming sign that warns drivers of their current speed on the 25-miles-per-hour road. According ...
Chansky’s Notebook: Unequal Playing Fields
The druggie can be suspended with his team but the deflator can’t? What is wrong with this picture? Josh Gordon, the talented wide receiver but repe...
Chapel Hill Kids Learn the Science Behind Firefighting
Firefighters are pretty much experts when it comes to teaching fire safety. But math and science might be some of their lesser known skills. “The ge...
17 Tar Heels Competing for Olympic Gold in Rio
With the Summer Olympics Games set to begin next week, 17 athletes with ties to UNC will be making the trip to Rio to compete for their respective cou...
Chapel Hill Police Charge Man with Second-Degree Rape
Chapel Hill Police have charged a homeless man with second-degree rape of another homeless individual. Police were called the to wooded area near Chap...
Police Looking for Suspect, Four Others Arrested After Teenager Killed in Chapel Hill
UPDATE: The fifth suspect has been arrested. Five individuals have been charged in the shooting death of an 18-year-old late Tuesday in Chapel Hill. F...
Construction on Ridge Road Causing Chapel Hill Transit Bus Detours
Several Chapel Hill Transit bus routes will be detoured beginning this Thursday as a result of a major street resurfacing project on Ridge Road. The r...
UNC Medical Director Advises Residents on Staying Safe During Heat Wave
This week may be the hottest week of the summer so far with temperatures remaining in the mid-90’s in Chapel Hill and surrounding areas. Ahbi Me...
Three Tar Heels Make Preseason All-ACC Football Team
If Monday’s list of preseason team predictions didn’t tell you all you need to know about ACC football, then Wednesday’s announcemen...
Chansky’s Notebook: Oh, The Weak Coastal
Three players make Carolina the favorite to meet Clemson again. The Atlantic Coast Conference preseason poll almost slipped by unnoticed because i...
Teenager Killed in Chapel Hill Shooting
***UPDATE: Four suspects have been arrested and authorities are looking for one other suspect in connection with the shooting*** An 18-year-old was ki...
Local DNC Delegates Praise Clinton And Sanders, Preach Unity
Orange County is well-represented at the DNC.
Five from UNC Tennis Earn Academic Honor
Five UNC tennis players have recently earned an academic honor from the Intercollegiate Tennis Association. Four members from the UNC women’s tennis...