Here's a look at today's local headlines.
ANTI-LOITERING RULE REPEALED: The Carrboro aldermen repealed the four year-old anti-loitering ordinance affecting day laborers at Jones Ferry and Davie roads. Find out what behavior Jacquie Gist wants them to turn to next in Tammy Grubb's story.
And in today's Chapel Hill News:
COUNTY OKS ELEMENTARY: It will be the Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools' 11th. Find out where it's going in staff writer Katelyn Ferral's report. Read the story here.
OCCUPY TALKS TACTICS: Don't let the balmy weather fool you. Winter's coming, and with it cold temperatures that could bring change to the Occupy Chapel Hill tent encampment outside the Franklin Street post office. I listened in Sunday afternoon, Read the story here (and see a picture of the calmest cat in Chapel Hill in today's print edition).
TOWING RULES REVISITED: The Town Council is leaing to stricter rules for towing companies after a spike in complaints. But council members aren't ready to endorse an increase in fees the towers want. Katelyn Ferral has that story here.
Tim Tyson, J. Linn Mackey, Vincent DiSandro Jr. and Michael Czeiszberger comment on the Yates Motor occupation and police response in today's opinion pages, and the Carrboro Jaguars come oh so close in the state soccer championship.
Thanks for reading,