Here's a look at some stories coming in tomorrow's Chapel Hill News
MURDER MYSTERY: The family of Chapel Hill's Irina Yarmolenko still don't know who killed her three months ago. In her first extended interview (we had an excerpt in Saturday's N&O), Yelena Yarmolenko talked about the difficulties of emigrating from Ukraine to give her children a better life, her daughter's sensitive, almost too-giving nature, and why, despite everything, she’s still glad to be in Chapel Hill.
FUTURO'S FUTURE: Kinda scary to be a Hispanic immigrant, illegal or otherwise, these days. Now the mental health agency that serves Many Latinos in Orange County is facing an uncertain future of its own. Find out why El Futuro is asking Orange County for help, and why the county said no earlier this year.
BIG YARD SALE: Binkley Baptist and Barbee's Chapel Hill long ago decided to break the color barrier. The two churches worship together, and Saturday they'll be selling together at what may be Chapel Hill's biggest yard sale of the year.
We'll recap the Edwards news, bring you an interview with the Town Council's Matt Czajkowski and, in a new feature, show you what the PTA Thrift Shop is auctioning this month. All that plus local sports, your letters and more. And speaking of letters, we're in peak vacation time and need some. What's on your mind? Write to us at email@example.com or c/o The Chapel Hill News, 505 W. Franklin St., Chapel Hill, NC 27516.