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Chapel Hill, NC, United States

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Past articles by Andrew:

For a weekend, Raleigh becomes the country’s epicenter of competitive jump roping

Jumping rope competitions go beyond an elementary school or gym. For some athletes, it’s life. The world recognized sport held a grand national US championship in Raleigh, North Carolina, from Friday to Sunday. → Read More

Police investigating a pedestrian death in North Durham

A collision in Durham killed a man late Saturday night, shortly before midnight. A 2010 Chrysler 300 struck a man attempting to cross North Roxboro Street near Avondale Avenue, a police investigation said. → Read More

A hope for reclamation and preservation at an old African-American cemetery in Durham

Geer Cemetery is the final resting place for 1,500 African-American people, including famous black citizens from Durham, North Carolina. Decades of damage, overgrowth and neglect endanger the graves’ legacy. → Read More

A hope for reclamation and preservation at an old African-American cemetery in Durham

Geer Cemetery is the final resting place for 1,500 African-American people, including famous black citizens from Durham, North Carolina. Decades of damage, overgrowth and neglect endanger the graves’ legacy. → Read More

NC teenage shark attack victim faces long road to recovery

NC teenage shark attack victim, faces a long road to recovery after losing part of her left leg and suffering extensive damage to her hands. But she’s lucky to be alive, say her doctors and her father. → Read More

NC teenage shark attack victim faces long road to recovery

NC teenage shark attack victim, faces a long road to recovery after losing part of her left leg and suffering extensive damage to her hands. But she’s lucky to be alive, say her doctors and her father. → Read More

NC teenage shark attack victim faces long road to recovery

North Carolina teenage shark attack victim Paige Winter faces a long road to recovery after losing part of her left leg and suffering extensive damage to her hands. But she’s lucky to be alive, say her doctors and her father. → Read More

ACC revenue soars, but is outpaced by the Big Ten and SEC

ACC revenue doubled between 2013 and 2018, but Big Ten and SEC revenue grew faster over the same span. The ACC is counting on the launch of the ACC Network, in August, to help close the financial gap. → Read More

Fats Thomas, remembered for 2013 UNC drama, sentenced to prison

Haydn ‘Fats’ Thomas, whose provision of rental cars in violation of NCAA rules led to the permanent ineligibility of former UNC basketball player P.J. Hairston, has been sentenced to prison for Medicaid fraud. → Read More

ACC seeks to bolster mental health treatment for athletes

The ACC’s mental health summit, the league’s first, serves as a starting point to discuss the unseen challenges that college athletes face, league commissioner John Swofford said. → Read More

ACC seeks to bolster mental health treatment for athletes

The ACC’s mental health summit, the league’s first, serves as a starting point to discuss the unseen challenges that college athletes face, league commissioner John Swofford said. → Read More

Academic adviser who claimed he was fired after raising concerns at NC State has lawsuit dismissed

NC State’s former director of academic support for athletes sued NCSU and the UNC system for wrongful termination alleging racial discrimination and harassment, but a judge dismissed his lawsuit. → Read More

UNC plans to keep women’s basketball investigation private

UNC-Chapel Hill has no plans to release the report into player mistreatment in its women’s basketball program that led to Sylvia Hatchell’s resignation, despite a provision in state law that would allow it. → Read More

UNC plans to keep women’s basketball investigation private

UNC-Chapel Hill has no plans to release the report into player mistreatment in its women’s basketball program that led to Sylvia Hatchell’s resignation, despite a provision in state law that would allow it. → Read More

Informant testifies he paid former UNC football players, among others

Former financial adviser testifies he paid UNC football players, others, in violation of NCAA rules. → Read More

What making the playoffs means to the Carolina Hurricanes’ bottom line

The Carolina Hurricanes are already benefiting financially from their first playoff appearance in nine years. → Read More

What making the playoffs means to the Carolina Hurricanes’ bottom line

The Carolina Hurricanes are already benefiting financially from their first playoff appearance in nine years. → Read More

Michael Peterson has a story to tell, and a question to answer: ‘Who am I?’

Michael Peterson, subject of the Netflix documentary “The Staircase,” has a new book about his wife Kathleen Peterson, his murder trial, life in prison and life since he was released. → Read More

After Jamill Jones’ resignation, victim’s mother continues to grieve

Jamill Jones has resigned from Wake Forest but his legal case, and a mother’s quest for justice after the one-punch death of her son, continues → Read More

After Jamill Jones’ resignation, victim’s mother continues to grieve

Jamill Jones has resigned from Wake Forest but his legal case, and a mother’s quest for justice after the one-punch death of her son, continues → Read More