Chapel Hill Obituaries

Chapel Hill Obituaries

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  • Saturday Aug 11 | via Waco Tribune-Herald 

    Women's group behind rebel memorials quietly battles on

    Maya Little faces expulsion and criminal charges for dousing a Confederate statue at University of North Carolina with red paint and her own blood. She says these monuments are an affront to black people and shouldn't be in the public square.

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  • Friday Aug 10 | via Denton Record-Chronicle 

    Women's group behind rebel memorials fights on

    Activist Maya Little stands near the "Silent Sam" Confederate statue at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill, N.C., on May 15. Mrs. Lonnie Holley, left, her 7-year-old daughter, Janalee, and Mrs. Benjamin T. Whitfield, dressed in Civil War-era clothing, place a wreath below the grieving women in the center of the monument honoring the Confederate dead at Shiloh, near Corinth, Miss., in 1957. The monument was built by the United Daughters of the Confederacy.

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  • Friday Aug 10 | via The Greenville Sun 

    Women's group behind rebel memorials quietly battles on

    Maya Little faces expulsion and criminal charges for dousing a Confederate statue at University of North Carolina with red paint and her own blood. She says these monuments are an affront to black people and shouldn't be in the public square.

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  • Thursday Aug 9 | via HeraldSun.com 

    Durham police fatally shoot man at New Hope Commons

    Police officers fatally shot a man Wednesday night in the New Hope Commons shopping center after, authorities said, a man pointed a handgun at them. A popular consumer destination, New Hope Commons is off of U.S. 15-501 - near he midway point between the UNC-Chapel Hill and Duke University campuses. 1 comment

  • Wednesday Aug 8 | via Journal 

    Stan Mikita, who led Blackhawks to 1961 title, dies ...

    When Stan Mikita got back together with the Chicago Blackhawks, it was clear how much the reconciliation meant to the Hall of Fame forward. He became a team ambassador, and then got a bronze statue outside the United Center.

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  • Wednesday Aug 1 | via Goldsboro News-Argus 

    Hulse appointed to serve as Wayne Community College ...

    Superior Court Judge John E. Nobles Jr., right, administers the oath of the office to Geoffrey Hulse, Wayne Community College's newest trustee. Gov. Roy Cooper appointed attorney B. Geoffrey Hulse to serve as a member of the Wayne Community College board of trustees.

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  • Wednesday Jul 25 | via WCHL-AM Chapel Hill 

    Be Loud! a 18 Scheduled for August 24 - "25

    The Be Loud! Sophie Foundation is dedicated to the support of adolescent and young adult cancer patients and their families at UNC Hospitals, and this year marks the fifth annual Be Loud! concert in support of the foundation and its efforts to enhance the independence, dignity and identity of these young patients. All proceeds from the concerts will benefit the Be Loud! Sophie Foundation, which helps to support adolescent and young adult cancer patients and their families at UNC Lineberger in honor of the memory of Sophie Steiner, a Chapel Hill teenager who died of cancer in 2013.

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  • Monday Jul 23 | via Greenwich Citizen 

    Billionaire, former UNC System president dies at age 86

    In this Oct. 12, 1993, photo, UNC system president C.D. Spangler Jr. appears at the kick off ceremony for the UNC-CH campus bicentennial in Chapel Hill, N.C. Billionaire philanthropist Spangler, who led North Carolina's university system for more than a decade, has died. He was 86. Spangler died Sunday, July 22, 2018, according to the University of North Carolina System.

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  • Jul 7, 2018 | via Observer 

    Donald L. Furman Sr.

    Furman Sr., 87, of Dunkirk died Monday evening at Brooks Memorial Hospital in Dunkirk following a lengthy illness. He was born July 25, 1930 in Brocton, the son of the late Adelbert and Angeline Furman.

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  • Jul 5, 2018 | via HeraldSun.com 

    Who was Bill Bishop? Conflicting tales as Durham pol...

    Court documents and interviews tell two different stories about a Durham man whose son said he found him unconscious with a dog leash wrapped around his neck. One depicts William "Bill" Bishop as a recently divorced man, loving father and successful businessman days from receiving his doctorate from UNC-Chapel Hill and preparing to travel across the globe.

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