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Town In News 7/6/17

Post Date:07/06/2017 2:12 PM


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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Task Force Releases Report on American Legion Property in Chapel Hill (

A new report on redevelopment options for property once owned by the American Legion in Chapel Hill is putting public opinion at the forefront of design discussions. Read more:


Rideshare Service for Kids Now Available in Chapel Hill and Durham (

There is no question that parents are busy these days. With both parents working full-time jobs, finding a way to shuttle your kids from one after school activity to the next can seem impossible. Read more:


Chapel Hill Residential Parking Permits Expire This Month (

Parking permits for Chapel Hill residential parking districts are scheduled to expire on July 31st. Read more:


Chapel Hill Reverses Course, Calls Special Meeting to Consider Brunch Bill (

Chapel Hill appears to have had a change of heart about waiting to opt in to the recently passed Brunch Bill. Read more:


Carraway Village building a lifestyle on Chapel Hill’s northern edge (The Herald-Sun)

The foundation is being laid on Eubanks Road for a $100 million-plus community that will transform the town’s semi-rural northern border and attract visitors from across the region. Read more:


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