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The seventh and eighth floors of Davis Library were home to several gunmen armed with rifles Wednesday morning.
Chapel Hill resident and pilot Keith Taylor spoke of Horace Williams benefits to the area and voiced concern of the potential close.
Andrew Crabtree was everywhere. You might have seen him as a cast member in LAB productions a member of St. Anthony Hall or part of UNCs improv team CHIPS.
With a 4-2 win against Louisiana State Tuesday night the North Carolina baseball team earned the right to stay in Omaha Neb.
North Carolina took the lead early in its elimination game against Louisiana State. UNC then held on to defeat the Tigers 4-2 and earned the right to stay in Omaha Neb.
OMAHA Neb. Louisiana State coach Paul Mainieri thought his southpaw starter Cody Glenn had retired North Carolinas Brian Holberton with a third strike.
OMAHA Neb. For any problem all postseason long freshman closer Trent Thornton has been the solution.
From June 17-21 the UNC music department will host the Summer Jazz Workshop for a variety of students from middle school and high school students college students band directors and adults. Theyll be instructed in jazz theory improvisation small group playing and have group lessons. Three faculty members gave a concert on Tuesday night Scott Sawyer on guitar Lynn Seaton on base and Dan Davis on drums.
English professor David Baker will give a lecture about Shakespeares influences at Flyleaf Books.
A new sewer line on Rogers Road will provide sewer services for 86 properties. The residents support the plans and look forward to the coming changes.
Georges Towing and Recovery filed a lawsuit now overturned against Chapel Hills cell phone ban and towing restrictions.
OMAHA Neb. Brian Holberton batted from the four spot for the second time in an elimination game this post season and for the second time the tweak was effective for North Carolina.
Carolina Pride sportswear held a going-out-of-business sale Tuesday.
Carolina Pride sportswear which has been at its 151 E. Franklin St. location since 1983 will close tonight.
Robert Dempsey recently took over as executive director of the N.C. Democratic Party.