Some UNC-Chapel Hill staff want support for larger pay raises this year, a staff leader told a UNC-Chapel Hill Board of Trustees committee on Wednesday.
It took nearly eight months to finalize all the details, but music legends John Mellencamp, Neil Young, Willie Nelson and Dave Matthews are bringing Farm Aid to the Triangle as promised.
It started about three years ago, when Bart Brigidi said he and his wife missed the deadline to enroll their two children, then aged 5 and 3, in summer camp. Since they couldn’t send their kids away to camp, they decided to create their own.
Two of the three youths who left a bottle that burst on a Bull City Connector bus earlier this week have turned themselves in to police, City Manager Tom Bonfield says.
The owner of a stolen Mercedes that a witness linked to murder defendant Laurence Lovette testified Thursday she was “devastated” when she discovered her home had been burglarized while she was sleeping.
A University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill professor has been identified as the victim in a brutal robbery that cost him his life.
Chapel Hill police responded to a serious assault and robbery on W. University Drive on Wednesday about 1 p.m. When authorities arrived on scene they found Feng Liu, 59, beaten and robbed. He was taken to UNC-ER where he died Thursday morning.
Fire destroyed a house last night and melted part of a nearby car, but no one was hurt.
UNC-Chapel Hill Chancellor Carol Folt announced Thursday a new formal initiative by the university to provide advising and financial support for former student-athletes who want to complete their degrees.
In early June, Gov. Pat McCrory signed a bill that opened North Carolina to hydraulic fracturing, commonly known as fracking.
Now, a Pennsylvania-based company is attempting to buy mineral rights from landowners in Durham and Chapel Hill for oil and natural gas exploration and development.
Celeste Burns, director of conservation for the Ellerbe Creek Watershed Association, said the association has received interest letters from Crimson Holdings Corporation seeking to buy several parcels of land.
One of Durham’s legislators, Sen. Floyd McKissick, was the only Triangle senator to vote Wednesday for a bill that could make it harder for Wake County to join Durham and Orange counties in financing a regional transit system.
UNC-Chapel Hill leaders don’t have a final budget from state lawmakers yet, but they’re taking steps to prepare for state cuts in fiscal year 2015.
Voicing a good bit of anti-urban rhetoric beforehand, state senators voted 33-16 on Wednesday in favor of a bill that likely would make it more difficult for Wake County to join in developing a regional transit system.