Town In News 6/22/17

Post Date:06/22/2017 11:35 AM


Town in News – TIN Report – is a sampling of news media coverage about the Town of Chapel Hill compiled by the Communications and Public Affairs Department. This listing includes articles and columns that are available on the web, and may not necessarily contain all stories in the print edition of the papers or on televised broadcasts.

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Construction Projects Affect Traffic and Water Service in Chapel Hill and Hillsborough (

Two construction projects scheduled to start this week in Chapel Hill and Hillsborough will impose traffic delays and water service disruptions upon motorists and local businesses. Read more:


Groundbreaking Held for Rogers Road Sewer Project 40 Years in the Making (

Orange County, Chapel Hill and Carrboro officials are moving forward with construction of a sewer line for the Rogers Road community. Read more:


Comedy Club in Chapel Hill Hosts Meeting on Community Resilience (

The stage is set at DSI Comedy Theater in Chapel Hill for a community event that will focus less on laughs and more on coping with recent catastrophes. Read more:


At Long Last: Forward For Rogers Road (

At long last, the Rogers Road neighborhood is finally getting a sewer line. Read more:


Chapel Hill council says Estes Drive project a good start, needs work (The Herald-Sun)

A Charlotte developer’s plan for apartments, offices and retail on the corner of Estes Drive and Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard is good, but it could be better, Town Council members said Monday after reviewing the concept plan. Read more:


Chapel Hill Town Council to see what a difference a day makes (The Herald-Sun)

The Town Council’s Monday night meetings are moving to Wednesdays as part of a two-month test this fall. Read more:


Chapel Hill police ticketing speeders during ‘Watch for Me’ campaign (WNCN)

This month across the state, police are working to remind drivers to stay safe, especially on roads where people bike, walk or run. Read more:


Chapel Hill Moving Meetings from Monday to Wednesday (

The council approved moving meetings from Monday to Wednesday this fall to serve as a test period. Read more:


Orange County Asks for Feedback from February Water Crisis Response (

Orange County residents now have a chance to give feedback to the agencies that responded to the water crisis in the southern portion of the county earlier this year. Read more:


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