There is a certain beauty to sports rivalries. No. 2 UNC and No. 4 Duke know that too well, and will look to carry that tradition into Friday night's women's soccer game at Dorrance Field.
“While we are all disappointed, the reactions I have seen from folks in the community, including performers, have been understanding and supportive of the decision,” council member Damon Seils said. “We are very excited about next year’s big anniversary festival.”
More than 55,000 North Carolina residents were granted the right to vote. Until they weren’t. On Sept. 3, 11 days after the Wake County Superior Court ruled to restore voting rights to North Carolina residents on felony probation or parole, the N.C. Court of Appeals overturned that decision, and the N.C. Supreme Court upheld the Court of Appeals decision Friday.