Carrboro’s Magnus Herweyer repeated as a double champion – winning both the shot put and discus for a second straight year – as the Jaguars’ track and field team finished fourth in last weekend’s NCHSAA state championship boys meet in Greensboro.
Chapel Hill Public Library will shift a significant portion of its collection this month. No materials will be due between Monday, May 23, and Monday, June 6, while approximately 20,000 items are moved.
In her recent guest column Eleanor Kinnaird, the former mayor of Carrboro, wrote about the “suffering of the Palestinian people.” They do suffer, but let us look to the persons at blame. The book “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” had it right: When children misbehave, the responsibility lies on the parents. When a people suffer, why does not the problem lie on the parents, in this case the Hamas government, and for that matter Hezbollah and the muhlahs running Iran?
UNC’s Darkside squad of young athletes looks to defend its National College Ultimate Frisbee Championship when it takes part in the 2016 national tournament – this Friday and Saturday just down the road at WRAL Soccer Park in Raleigh.
Freshman Alexa Wojnovich scored four goals and junior Elizabeth Cato had four assists – three of which were to Wojnovich as Carrboro trounced Kill Devil Hills’ First Flight High 5-0 and clinched a second consecutive trip to the N.C. High School Athletic Association 2A girls soccer championship.