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    Annual Dog Swim Event

    The Orange County Animal Services Department will hold its annual Dog Swim from 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 21, at the A.D. Clark Pool in Chapel Hill. Dogs must be current on vaccinations, not in season and leashed.


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    Central West Community Session Sept. 10

    Join the Central West Steering Committee and community members at the Central West Community Session from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 10, at Amity United Methodist Church.


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    D Route to Resume Regular Route and Schedule on Sept. 9

    Culbreth Road is scheduled to reopen on Saturday, Sept. 7, and the Culbreth Road shuttle will end with the last evening trip on Friday, Sept. 6.


  • Culbreth Road is Open

    Culbreth Road reopened on Friday, Sept. 6, after being closed this summer while crews worked to install a pedestrian concrete tunnel beneath the road as part of the Morgan Creek Trail Extension Project.


  • Media Briefing for Tar Heel Downtown

    Leaders from the Chapel Hill Downtown Partnership, UNC Athletic Department and the Town of Chapel Hill will gather for a media briefing to be held at 2 p.m. Monday, Sept. 9, at the 140 West Plaza on Franklin Street.


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    Chapel Hill's Festifall Arts Festival

    Immerse yourself in the Arts at Chapel Hill’s Festifall Arts Festival on Sunday, October 6, 2013, from 12 Noon to 6:00 PM in downtown Chapel Hill. The Festifall Arts Festival has been voted Chapel Hill’s Best Annual Event by the readers of Chapel Hill Magazine for the last three years. Over 15,000 residents and visitors alike will convene on West Franklin Street in beautiful Downtown Chapel Hill for this annual celebration.For more information on shuttle and parking, and to download your own Festifall Event Guide today, visit


  • Council Meeting

    Council Meeting Highlights

    The Chapel Hill Town Council will meet at 7 p.m. Monday, Sept. 9, at a new location -- Orange County Southern Human Services Center, 2501 Homestead Road.


  • Anniversary of Faith Hedgepeth Homicide

    09/05/2013 12:15 PM

  • Town In News 9/5/13


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  • Town Council to Meet at Southern Human Services Center

    The Chapel Hill Town Council will meet at the Orange County Southern Human Services Center, 2501 Homestead Road, throughout the fall and winter while renovations are done to the Town Hall Council Chamber.


  • Rosemary Imagined Social Event

    Are you feeling both social and persuasive? Do you have a creative vision for the future of Rosemary Street that others should embrace? We want to hear it!


  • Town In News 9/3/13


  • DESIGN 2020

    DESIGN Chapel Hill 2020 Newsletter Available

    Catch up on DESIGN projects in the September 2013 DESIGN 2020 Newsletter.


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    Town Revenue Collections to Move to University Square

    The Town of Chapel Hill Revenue Collection services will temporarily move to University Square at 143 W. Franklin St. while repairs to the first floor of Town Hall are underway.


  • Chapel Hill Police Urge Safety this Holiday Weekend

    The Chapel Hill Police Department urges drivers, cyclists and pedestrians alike to be safe on the roads this Labor Day weekend.


  • Declining trees to be removed

    The Town of Chapel Hill’s arborist crew will be working downtown along Franklin Street through Sept. 13 to remove four street trees that have suffered declining health.


  • Carolina North

    Public information meeting about 2013 Carolina North Annual Report set for Sept. 16

    A public meeting will be held on Sept. 16 to receive feedback on the 2013 Carolina North Development Agreement Annual Report to the Town of Chapel Hill.


  • Not just books...welcome to your all-new Chapel Hill Public Library

    Banned Books Week Trading Cards Exhibit

    Banned Books Week is coming and we are celebrating the freedom to read in a unique way! Each day during Banned Books Week, Sept 22-28, you can stop by Chapel Hill Public Library and collect a limited edition Banned Book Trading Card - one for every day of the week.


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