Here's a look at today's top local headlines:
HOUSING SALES DIP SLIGHTLY: 603 homes were sold in Orange County in the first six months of the year, down from 608 during the same period a year ago. Dave Hart reports that's much better than most of the Triangle.
SUGARLAND CONSIDERS MOVE: The East Franklin Street dessert cafe is doing so well it may have to leave downtown Chapel Hill. Lana Douglas speaks with owner Katrina Ryan about the price of success.
FOUR TO BE HONORED: Yonni Chapman, Rebecca Clark, Charles Jones and Dan Pollitt. If you don't know some or all of these names, read Katelyn Ferral's story on why the town is about to add their names to the downtown Peace and Justice Plaza outside the Franklin Street post office.
And in today's opinion, Brett Webb-Mitchell says baseball is for everyone, Catherine DeVine says CVS does not spell the end of Carrboro and Rose Aslan says wish your Muslim neighbors a happy Ramadan.
Thanks for reading,