Topics: Corrections

Carrboro Board of Aldermen talk business parking options

Carrboro’s employers might be stuck paying for their employees to park on far-off residential streets to free up parking for downtown customers.

200 people helped Merritt’s Store and Grill celebrate 85th anniversary

She was sitting at Merritt’s Store and Grill when Patricia Fields Neubert, a child at the time, realized what she wanted to do with the rest of her life.

BREAKING: UNC releases outside review of Mary Willingham's research

The outside review board reviewing former athletic tutor Mary Willingham’s research has determined that the majority of student-athletes in her test sample could read at a college level.

UNC considers raising student transit fee for bike share program


For many students, making it to class on time requires owning a bike.

Carolina Ale House will open in former Yates Motor building

A building once used for an infamous Occupy protest will now house a chain restaurant.

Panel holds discussion on American Studies Association boycott of Israeli institutions


Fighting, interruptions and high emotions took over what was supposed a calm explanation Monday night of the national American Studies Association’s decision to boycott Israeli academic institutions.

New Student Body President election format will be passed to Christy Lambden

A bill passed by Student Congress last Tuesday that would change student body elections to an instant runoff format is headed to outgoing Student Body President Christy Lambden’s desk.

Climbing competition at Chapel Hill Community Center reaches new heights


It was a rock-climbing competition that drew 14-year-old Fayetteville native Kai Lightner to town this weekend.

Rowing team posts solid outing

RALEIGH — Every year since 2007, the North Carolina rowing team has competed against Georgetown for the Class of 2006 Cup. And every year since 2007, Georgetown has walked away victorious.

Minority men detail ups and downs of UNC life


He would sit in the front row, feeling invisible and scared to even raise his hand.

Writing for stage and screen minor thrives but stays small

At the beginning of each spring semester, freshmen and sophomores with a knack for writing and a passion for drama apply to be a part of the Writing for the Screen and Stage minor program.

Developers halt plans for Carrboro CVS

Protestors of Carrboro have won the battle for 201 N. Greensboro St., but there may still be a war to fight.

Town Council's discussion on Ephesus-Fordham area draws feedback from residents

The Chapel Hill Town Council knows the Ephesus-Fordham area is in need of redevelopment, it just needs help figuring out how to do it.

UNC Dance Marathon raises $550K


A low crackling of bubble wrap under the aching feet of dancers slowly turned into a roar of balloons popping underfoot as UNC Dance Marathon celebrated the greatest amount of money it has ever raised for North Carolina Children’s Hospital — $551,595.87.

Elected officials deliver food to homebound through Meals on Wheels

Six local elected officials stepped out of their offices and into the communities they represent this week to help homebound residents.

Sigma Alpha Epsilon chapters halt pledging

All chapters of Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity, including UNC’s, must eliminate the pledging process in accordance with a mandate the national organization gave to chapters during Spring Break.

Senate race stacks up with 13 candidates

The primary races for the N.C. Senate seat became more crowded Friday when two more candidates’ entries brought the total up to 13, but political analysts are still predicting easy primaries for incumbent Sen. Kay Hagan., D-N.C., and Republican N.C. House Speaker Thom Tillis.

UNC dental student Sergio Acero dies in motorcycle accident


Always ready with a smile, a kind word or a custom-made birthday cake, Sergio Acero had already mastered the art of friendship and was well on his way to mastering dentistry.

Wilson Library exhibit shows changes in construction of knowledge

The way students collect information has lost its flair in the last 300 years.

UNC Student Body President-elect Andrew Powell joins petition against occupancy rule

Student Body President-elect Andrew Powell didn’t waste any time trying to make good on his campaign promise to simplify students’ off-campus housing experiences.