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Hillsborough Holiday Parade Tree Lighting

Hillsborough residents took to Churton Street on Sunday to celebrate the Light Up The Night Holiday Parade, featuring dozens of floats, advertisers and performers. Following the parade, Mayor Tom Stevens joined Santa and Mrs. Claus to light the holiday...

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Inside Carolina: Mack Brown Hits the Recruiting Trail

On this edition of “Inside Carolina,” Jon Seiglie and Don Callahan discuss the current state of recruiting now that Mack Brown is the head coach of the football team. Brown has made two big hires in Tommy Thigpen and Tim Brewster, two coaches who are well-known for their prowess on the recruiting trail. In addition, two coaches who are currently on UNC’s staff are great recruiters, but there is no indication whether or not they will stay on Brown’s new staff. “A lot of recruiters like to make sure all the information’s out there, make sure you know they’re...

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Hometown Hero: Linda Convissor

This week’s Hometown Hero is Linda Convissor, the Director of Community Relations at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She is retiring after over 20 years with the university. “I have the best job in the world because I really get to spend time in the community, see what the community’s needs are and see how the university can match up with that and see what people want to do.” Linda started at the university in 1997 and her connection to UNC began with an interesting story. “I started working in facilities planning under Gordon Rutherford and...

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The Music in My Head: 11/26 – 11/30

11/26/18 – Otis Redding “(Sittin’ On) The Dock of The Bay” I can’t get it out of my head. It always comes back, no matter what. One reason is that the late, great Otis Redding is one of my favorite artists of all time. And secondly, it’s just a great song. It’s “SITTIN’ ON THE DOCK OF THE BAY.” Otis Redding’s biggest hit, his only #1 hit, and it’s such a shame because it was released just after Otis perished in a plane crash. Read more   11/27/18 – Ten Years After “I’d Love to Change The World”  “I’D LOVE TO...

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Local Crossing Guard Nominated for National Recognition

Roy Lunsford of McDougle Middle and Elementary Schools in Carrboro has been nominated by Safe Kids Orange County and the Carrboro Police Department to be recognized in the national ‘America’s Favorite Crossing Guard’ competition. The goal of this annual competition is to celebrate the important role crossing guards play in keeping school zones safe for students and families. “The Carrboro Police Community Services Division whole heartedly endorses and recommends, Roy Lunsford for the crossing guard competition,” said Sgt. Brent Hobby of Carrboro Police Department in a release. “He is the most dedicated and friendly crossing guard I have ever...

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Nov 21st – New Foods! – Click to Listen

Victor and Dakota joined Aaron in the studio to help with today’s question! Today’s KidsQ: What’s a food you’ve never had that you’ve always wanted to try? https://chapelboroaudio.s3.amazonaws.com/2018/November/21/KIDS%20Q%20VICTOR%20DAKOTA.mp3 In partnership with           ...

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