• jobs unemployment jobless employment Business OC Jobless Claims Down In June Orange County remained in the top five for best unemployment rates in the state.
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  • unc university of north carolina system UNC UNC To Get 2nd Generation Of Spangler Oversight North Carolina lawmakers are adding the daughter of billionaire C.D. Spangler to the board overseeing the state's 17-campus public university system.
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  • Police Tape WIDE (Large) Crime Chapel Hill Man Accused of Biting Girlfriend’s Tongue; Held on $390K Bail A Chapel Hill man is in Wake County Detention Center on $390,000 bail, on charges of misdemeanor assault inflicting serious injury, and felony malicio...
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  • Photo courtesy of BrokenSphere News Around Town Accidental Alarm Registration; “Better Back Care”; August Pet Adoption If you're in Chapel Hill and you haven't registered your alarm yet, now is the time to do it.
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  • Mayor Mark Kleinschmidt Safety Mayor, UNC Chancellor Meet to Discuss Safety After Professor’s Murder Chapel Hill Mayor Mark Kleinschmidt and UNC Chancellor Carol Folt met on Monday to discuss public safety, a subject that’s on everybody’s mind aft...
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  • chapel hill police car Safety CHPD Seeks Neighborhood Hosts For National Night Out Safety Events Next Tuesday marks the 31st annual National Night Out, and Chapel Hill police are inviting residents to join in the effort to fight crime.
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  • Photo courtesy of the North Carolina General Assembly State Government Senate Leader Says Cooper Should Defend Amendment More than 60 percent of voters approved the amendment in 2012.
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  • Photo Courtesy Getty Images Crime Experts: Recidivism Not the Only Warning Sign for More Violent Crimes The beating death of a UNC professor last Wednesday has some crime experts wondering if repeated recidivism ended with a tragic leap from petty crimes...
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  • 4th Circuit National Court Strikes Down VA Same-Sex Marriage Ban A three-judge panel struck down Virginia's ban on same-sex marriage Monday, a ruling that has implications for NC.
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  • Town meetings are still taking place away from Town Hall due to last summer's flooding that damaged the building. News Around Town CH/OC Visitors Bureau Accredited; CH Town Hall Reopening; SolarBees Town Hall is still undergoing renovations - but progress is being made, and on August 11 the Town of Chapel Hill is expecting to open some new offices...
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  • Town meetings are still taking place away from Town Hall due to last summer's flooding that damaged the building. News Around Town Chapel Hill Town Hall Set to Re-Open Flood-Damaged First Floor Chapel Hill’s Town Hall is set for a re-opening of its ground floor after more than a year spent fixing water damage and renovating the building on...
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  • Nc Attorney General Roy Cooper State NC Attorney General Cooper: I’m Finished Defending Amendment One Soon after the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Monday afternoon that Virginia’s ban on gay marriage is unconstitutional, North Carolina Atto...
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  • Corner of Ransom St and West University Dr (courtesy of Google Maps) Crime UNC Professor Murdered For Wallet Two men are charged with the murder of a UNC professor last week, and all they got away with was a wallet.
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  • Image provided by the UNC Institute for the Environment UNC UNC Program Promotes Energy Awareness Among Local HS Students This week the Institute is hosting 28 local high school students who will spend a week on the campus of UNC exploring topics related to current energy...
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