In an NCAA Tournament first-round game at Shelton Stadium, the undefeated Tar Heels routed Stanford, 4-0, and advanced to Sunday’s second-round game against Iowa.
Incumbent Chapel Hill Town Council candidate said she will request the Orange County Board of Elections conduct a recount. The Board met Friday for their canvas meeting to certify the results of the Nov. 5 municipal and school board elections. Three candidates — Oates and challengers Sue Hunter and Tai Huynh — stood at around 13 percent of the vote after certification. The recount will be conducted next Thursday.
At the most recent Chapel Hill Town Council meeting, topics included the Language Access Plan, on-street parking and more.
The North Carolina football team (4-6, 3-4 ACC) fell in overtime to Pitt (7-3, 4-2 ACC) on Thursday, 34-27. The Tar Heels still lead the series 10-4 now, but saw their six-game win streak against the Panthers snapped. Here are three takeaways from the game.
Cat's Cradle in Carrboro will be hosting "EddieFest" to honor the late Chapel Hill musician Eddie Watkins and raise awareness for suicide prevention.
Grammy-winner Bill Ferris will give the commencement address at UNC's winter graduation.
The competition will consist of 16 dance teams from across the nation.
The store will be closing in early 2020, and their Weathervane Restaurant has already shuttered.
Check out what the Tar Heels are up to in the NBA.
Triangle ArtWorks is hosting an Arts Marketing Meetup to create opportunities for local artists, businesses and organizations to expand their influence throughout the Triangle area.
When Emergency medical services arrive to help a person who has overdosed on opioids, it’s anyone’s guess what the scene will look like. When the traditional role of the paramedic is finished, they're immediately on to the next call — and their role is growing as North Carolina tries to combat the opioid epidemic. Orange County recently joined a pilot program in the state to make community paramedics a permanent part of the system, and it's not the only program in the county recently created to provide these services.
UNC Pauper Players is hosting its first cabaret of the season at Linda’s Bar & Grill and its theme is 'Broadway Divas, Powerhouses and Legends'.
The organization is working to establish a $50,000 revolving bail fund that will be used to post low-cost bail for people in the county who cannot afford to pay it so that individuals can continue their lives while waiting for trial.
UNC Student Government hosted a lobbying workshop on Tuesday night featuring lobbyists and a state senator.
Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools will implement new measures for ensuring equity in classrooms.
According to a new report from the Institute for Higher Education Policy, UNC is one of four flagship state institutions that is actually affordable for low-income students.
The five-hour event will feature over 60 pieces composed by women and allows listeners to arrive and leave at any time.