Here's a look at today's local headlines:
JAGUARS MAKE FINAL: With Douglas Parrish scoring two touchdowns and the Jaguars’ defense shutting down the Monarchs’ strong running game, Carrboro came away with a 21-14 victory to advance to the NCHSAA 2AA state championship game. The team, in just its sixth year, is 15-0. Read the story here.
FIVE NOW WANT COUNCIL SEAT: We reported last week how former member Sally Greene wants to finish outgoing Chapel Hill Town Council member Penny Rich's term. Today, staff writer Tammy Grubb reports there are four other contenders, with more possible until the council deadline. Find out who they are here. And tell us, is it important for the now 6-2 male-female council to appoint a woman to the seat? (Send your comments to firstname.lastname@example.org)
BROWN BACK AT IT. : He's the face of downtown, or at least down Chapel Hill's buildings. Hometown artist Michael Brown (left) is back on the ladder, which it where associate editor Dave Hart found him last week painting his latest mural. See it here.
You love your Harris Teeter, the University Mall store anyway. In today's letters, two readers respond to columnist Carol Henderson's recent remarks about the supermarket. The Carrboro aldermen have recommended three sites for the county's new southwest branch library. Builder Chad Collins is thankful for his home.
And a whole lot more. All in today's Chapel Hill News, reaching 38,000 homes between Fearrington Village and Hillsborough.
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