Here's a look at some of the stories coming in Sunday's paper:
TOWING LIMITS: The Carrboro Board of Aldermen voted last night to limit how much tow truck operators can charge in the town. The board's unanimous vote comes in response to problems at Abbey Court Condomniums. If you want to read more about that, scroll down a few posts.
TOWERING ACHIEVEMENT: We liked staff photographer Harry Lynch's photo of workers erecting the Greenbridge tower crane (page 5, Thursday's N&O), we're printing it again, bigger and in color. Also, read Associate Editor Dave Hart's editorial on what the big blue ladder in the sky means, and use our new "Agree or Disagree" feature to tell us what you think.
THE CITY TAP: Read about downtown Pittsboro's latest hangout, The City Tap bar, and its avant garde decor (and bartender). 300 people showed up opening night, and you know, it' s not as far from Chapel Hill-Carrboro as you might think.
There's lots more. Tuesday's NEIGHBORHOOD NIGHT OUT. Carrboro High School has a NEW PRINCIPAL, and correspondent Debbie Meyer brings you her TAILS OF TWO CITIES pets column. And of course, there's sports and your letters.
Have a great weekend, and thanks for reading.