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Post Date:01/10/2020 2:08 PM

Downtown_overview_360Town 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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Could smaller be better in Chapel Hill’s Blue Hill district? A consultant says yes. (The News & Observer)

A consultant has some ideas for getting different housing, green space and other benefits in Chapel Hill’s Blue Hill redevelopment district, instead of more, massive apartment buildings. Read more:

Chapel Hill Police Department Collecting Unwanted Phones (Spectrum)

Many of us don’t leave home without our cell phones and many of us get a new one every few years. Now, you can donate your old ones to the police department. Read more:

Meet the new members of the Chapel Hill and Carrboro town councils (The Daily Tar Heel)

Carrboro and Chapel Hill Town Councils have officially welcomed new members following the 2019 elections. Read more:

Serving the Chapel Hill community (UNC-Chapel lHill)

Chapel Hill residents might see their newest Town Council member in class or on Polk Place this semester. Read more:

Chapel Hill Town Council member Rachel Schaevitz resigns (The Daily Tar Heel)

Just weeks into the new term, Chapel Hill will soon have a new member on its town council. Read more:

Council member’s move to New Zealand will leave vacancy on Chapel Hill council (The News & Observer)

Chapel Hill Town Council member Rachel Schaevitz announced Monday she will be stepping down from the board next month, leaving the council looking for a new member. Read more:

Chapel Hill Town Council Member Rachel Schaevitz Stepping Down for New Zealand Move (WCHL)

Chapel Hill Town Council member Rachel Schaevitz announced Monday afternoon she will be resigning from her position to relocate to New Zealand. Read more:

Chapel Hill Police Investigating Carjacking Incidents on Franklin Street (WCHL)

A carjacking incident on Franklin Street over the weekend has led to an investigation by the Chapel Hill Police Department. Read more:

Man steals car in Chapel Hill after another attempted carjacking, police say (ABC11)

Chapel Hill police are investigating a brazen carjacking on East Franklin Street. Read more:

Chapel Hill Police Arrest 3 Following Fight, Gunshots on Weaver Dairy Road (WCHL)

Chapel Hill Police arrested three people following a physical altercation involving gunshots on Sunday. Read more:

Owners: Al's Burger Shack bankruptcy filing about 'reorganization' (WRAL)

The parent companies behind all three Al's Burger Shack locations have filed for bankruptcy, but owners say it is part of a plan to reorganize. Read more:

Al's Burger Shack, home of 'best burger in the country,' files for bankruptcy (ABC11)

A burger shack once known for serving the "best burger in the country" filed for bankruptcy Friday. Read more:

Al’s Burger Shack Files for Bankruptcy, Owners Have ‘No Plans to Stop Slinging Burgers’ (WCHL)

The organization behind local restaurant and comfort food success story Al’s Burger Shack has filed for bankruptcy reorganization amid recent expansion efforts. Read more:

Amid expansion plans, popular Al’s Burger Shack files for bankruptcy (The News & Observer)

A beloved chain of burger joints filed for bankruptcy this month. Read more:

Once voted as having America’s best burger, Al’s Burger Shack files for bankruptcy (CBS17)

The parent companies of three Al Burger’s Shack locations in Chapel Hill have filed for bankruptcy protection. Read more:

Al's Burger Shack Files for Bankruptcy (Indy Week)

Days after Al's Burger Shack announced it would be serving food at Beer Study's Durham location, the restaurant filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy for all three of its Chapel Hill locations. Read more:

Chapel Hill staple, Al’s Burger Shack, files for bankruptcy (The Daily Tar Heel)

On Friday, Al’s Burger Shack, a favorite burger joint for UNC students located on West Franklin Street, filed for bankruptcy protection. Read more:

Chapel Hill Transit: Dobbins Drive Bus Lines to be Detoured (WCHL)

Chapel Hill Transit announced Friday the two bus lines that use Dobbins Drive will be detoured beginning Monday, January 6. Read more:


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