Here's a look at our local headlines:
GYMNASTICS TAKE A TUMBLE: Orange County Gymnastics in University Mall may close this week, but not for a lack of business. Find out why in Katelyn Ferral's story.
NEW OWNER FOR CLUB NOVA: Meet Kurt O'Briant in our story on the Club Nova apartments. The Carrboro efficiencies are some of the only affordable housing for people with disabilities in our area. Now they're under new ownership.
CHARTER SCHOOL DECISION DAYS AWAY: The Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools and NAACP oppose it. The backers of the proposed Howard and Lillian Lee Scholars Charter School say the district has had long enough to close the achievement gap. Katelyn Ferral talked with some local African-American parents to find out what they think.
Dave Hart checks out the new exhibit at the FRANK. Catherine Wright says some Orange County folks are forming support circles to help the homeless. And we recap a big decision on the county landfill and the Town Council's first look at the Trinitas student housing project.
Lots more, including a guest column on the state's marriage amendment ... and JFK, by Carrboro Alderwoman Lydia Lavelle.
Thanks for reading,