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4 hrs ago | Wall Street Journal
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Should all gun buyers receive a background check?
8 hrs ago | Sun Journal
Approximately 40 percent of college students, or six million students, are currently attending one of the nearly 1,000 community colleges in the United States .
9 hrs ago | HeraldSun.com
Pavelid Castaneda, a Chapel Hill-based harpist who is originally from Colombia, has released "Fiesta en Naranjal," a collection of 11 original compositions.
10 hrs ago | Chapel Hill News
Carrboro painters Jacque Menache, left, and his partner Mary Votta have organized and hung the art gallery exhibits in Carrboro's Panzanella restaurant since 2005.
13 hrs ago | Chapel Hill News
Carrboro High School Track and Field Head Coach Melvin Griffin uses the starter pistol to signal the beginning of the Dante Veltri 5k Run/Walk event.
17 hrs ago | Business Journal
As students across North Carolina's public universities graduated with more debt on average than ever before, the chairman of the UNC System said the state needs to take a hard look at tuition.
Sophistication takes the stage at PlayMakers Repertory Company with Noel Coward's comedy classic "Private Lives," Jan. 22 - Feb. 9, and theater-goers can add to their enjoyment with special Caf Society seating.
Triangle Transit is advancing plans for a future light-rail line between Chapel Hill and Durham, even as local critics and some experts continue to question the wisdom of spending nearly $30 million on required studies.
During a talk at a Chapel Hill retirement community here recently, I was asked this question: Given the failure of North Carolina’s public schools, what did I think about charter schools, or words to that effect.
It is symbolic of the tone and tactics of Gov. Pat McCrory’s administration that it would take a divisive approach to building bridges.
Roses from Carrboro Planning Board Chairwoman Bethany Chaney to the seventh-grade General Science students of Ruben Giral at McDougle Middle School for taking the initiative and the time to attend and speak at the Carrboro Advisory Board's Joint Review meeting on Dec. 5. Moved by a class project about green-featured housing, and notably unprompted ... (more)
The Chapel Hill Town Council has concluded its 2013 business, and Mayor Mark Kleinschmidt says 2014 will likely be defined by some challenging decisions that need to be made.
Benjamin Von Eitzen spent his first nine years as a science teacher at Graham High School.
North Carolina is expected to grow by at least a million people a decade for the next few decades, and researchers are beginning to get a sense of where they're all going to end up.
With more than 4,200 enrollments in confirmed or suspected bogus classes in UNC-Chapel Hill's Department of African and Afro-American Studies, it's highly likely that federal money in the form of student grants or loans helped pay for them.