The National Collegiate Athletic Association has begun an investigation into possible rules violations by one or more members of the UNC football team.
If Division I universities donâ€™t want athletes intent on only staying one year, they shouldnâ€™t sign them. But if they want players whoâ€™ll stay for a while, they should compensate them.
With the passing of the state budget for fiscal year 2010-11, the legislature has returned $40 million that was removed from the budget last year to help communities provide mental health care services.
Robert Wells was mayor the first day Sarah Williamson came to work. That was July 5, 1972, and Williamson was fresh out of Durham Tech and a day shy of 20. Sheâ€™ll be retiring as Carrboro town clerk at the end of this month.
When Marty Rosenbluth received a call summoning him to the White House, his first reaction was that it was a friend goofing around.
A bright-eyed, cheerful presence; a force. Skilled legal strategist and tactician. Fierce champion of justice and advocate for an underdog. Pragmatist, optimist, relisher of the richness of life. A musician. A mother.
While acknowledging signs of an upturn in the economy, Carrboro Town Manager Steve Stewart presented his proposed 2010-11 budget at Tuesday nightâ€™s Board of Aldermen meeting at Town Hall as one that reflects the reality of lagging property tax and sales receipts.
Brian Bock and Walter Petty won Republican primaries for seats on the Chatham County Board of Commissioners and will now face incumbents in the November general election.
When state Secretary of Health and Human Services Lanier Cansler addressed the 32nd annual Legislative Breakfast for Mental Health held last Saturday at the Friday Center, he reiterated his belief that mental health care reform, which state government embarked on in 2001, has failed and that an entirely new system must be built.
Lanier Cansler, secretary of the stateâ€™s Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), has proposed four changes to the forthcoming implementation of a new designation of mental health care provider in North Carolina, called critical access behavioral agencies (CABHA).
The Chatham County Courthouse, built in 1881 and, since, Pittsboroâ€™s most distinguished landmark, caught fire around 4:30 p.m. last Thursday afternoon, and within two hours was a smoldering skeleton of its former self.
Ashley Osment confronts cancer and the merits of positive thinking.