Town in News

Post Date:05/10/2018 4:00 PM
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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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Authorities investigating death of 8-year-old Chapel Hill boy (CBS)

Authorities in Orange County are investigating the death of an 8-year-old boy, according to a release sent by the Orange County Sheriff's Office. Read more:


Orange County deputies investigate death of 8-year-old boy (ABC)

Orange County deputies are investigating after they say an 8-year-old boy died. Read more:


Carolina Square Named “Best Development Project” (WCHL)

Franklin Street’s new Carolina Square has been awarded Best Development Project Award by Triangle Commercial Real Estate Women. Read more:


What makes Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill? (The Herald Sun)

I am new to Chapel Hill and North Carolina, and each day I learn something about the town that I have decided to call home. Read more:


Horace Williams airport in Chapel Hill to close after years of debate (The Herald Sun)

Horace Williams airport will close to the public on May 15 and a solar energy project will be built on the land, UNC-Chapel Hill officials said Tuesday. Read more:


Date set for Horace Williams airport to close to public (WCHL)

A date has been set for Horace Williams Airport in Chapel Hill to close to the public. Read more:


A documentary on astronaut program training launches Kickstarter campaign (SB Wire)

Astronauts on the Front Porch is an upcoming documentary film that will reveal some of the most glorious days of the American space history. Read more:


This public art uses flowering words to show just how much the Triangle is blossoming (The News & Observer)

As the Triangle grows at an exponential rate, artist Carter Hubbard wants to make sure residents still feel connected — and grounded — to the land that brought them here. Read more:


Under New Ownership ‘The Cave is Not Dead’ (WCHL)

An outpouring of support and memories came in after news broke that The Cave – the music venue which had spawned many music careers over 50 years in Chapel Hill – would be closing. Read more:


Ground broken for three affordable homes in Chapel Hill (The Herald Sun)

Communion bread and construction ground were broken in succession this weekend at The Advocate, an Episcopal church in Chapel Hill. Read more:


Opposition to building site could force Chapel Hill preschool to close (The Herald Sun)

The Chapel Hill Cooperative Preschool, which has served area children since 1960, could close soon, its executive board says. Read more:


Franklin Street’s R&R Grill Closing (WCHL)

After nine years on Franklin Street, R&R Grill will be closing next week. Read more:


3 arrested in string of Chapel Hill car break ins (WCHL)

Chapel Hill Police have arrested three individuals accused in a string of car break-ins dating back to February. Read more:


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