I was a doubter when Holden Thorp was first appointed to be the UNC chancellor, but he has turned out to be the best thing to happen to South Building in decades.
The following are statements from local community leaders regarding UNC Chancellor Holden Thorpâ€™s announcement that he will retire in June 2013.
The following is a statement from UNC Chancellor Holden Thorp regarding his announcement that he will step down in June 2013.
Itâ€™s time to begin gathering fruit from our native persimmon, Diospyros virginiana.
No one can be sure exactly what happened on Saturday for the North Carolina football team in a 39-34 loss at Louisville.
The Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools Board of Education will meet tonight (Thursday) at 7 at the Lincoln Center in Chapel Hill.
Chapel Hill High School will host a presentation and conversation titled â€œAlcohol, Drugs, and Teens: Just Say Know,â€ on Oct. 16.
A free dyslexia seminar will be held on Nov. 9 at St. Thomas More Catholic Church in Chapel Hill.
The Carrboro High School womenâ€™s volleyball team swept conference opponents North Carolina School of Science and Math and Northwood High School earlier this week.
Renate Dorothea Rodenburg, 71, died peacefully while surrounded by her family on Sept. 8, 2012 in her home.
WCOM and ArtsCenter stakeholders and elected officials celebrate the ribbon-cutting of the new WCOM FM station.
The Carrboro BoA voted unanimously to share costs for both the community center and the installation of sewer service for the Rogers Road neighborhood.
The Orange County Board of Commissioners unanimously approved modifications to criteria for siting a library in southwest Orange County.
UNC Chancellor Holden Thorp intends to step down at the end of this academic year because he says itâ€™s best for the future of the university.
A decision on Charterwood has still not been made, and the Chapel Hill Town Council is set to take a third vote on the project.