Help Us Make This a Safer Halloween
Chapel Hill News Editorial by Mayor Kevin Foy
University Supports a Smaller, Safer Halloween for Chapel Hill
Statement from Holden Thorp, Chancellor of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Published in the Chapel Hill Herald on Oct. 26, 2008.
Chapel Hill to turn off taps early on Halloween
Chapel Hill, N.C. - Downtown restaurants and bars will close their doors to new patrons an hour early on Halloween night, and convenience stores will either have to close at 1 a.m. or stop selling alcohol, officials said Wednesday.
Chapel Hill: No outsiders allowed at Halloween party
CHAPEL HILL (WTVD) - Some changes could be around the corner for Chapel Hill's annual Halloween celebration on Franklin Street.
New Rules for Halloween Party on Franklin Street
The town of Chapel Hill will be pulling up their Halloween welcome mat for out-of-town revelers this year.
Town may cut back Halloween bash
CHAPEL HILL - Two Chapel Hill officials told the town council Monday that they'd like to see the Franklin Street Halloween bask gradually reduced to a family event for town residents.