Here's a look at today's headlines:
LIVING WITH LUPUS: Alexis Drago is a dynamite theater director. You'd never know she was battling a potentially life threatening auto-immune disease. In fact, many women with lupus do not recognize the signs. Read Rebekah Cowell's story to learn more.
PHOENIX RISING: Chapel Hill-Carrboro's alternative school is graduating. Phoenix Academy will be a high school this fall. Read about the school and its new principal, veteran Orange County educator LaVerne Mattocks, in new staff writer Sadia Latifi's story.
CHAPELHILLMEMORIES.COM: The best memorabilia, old photographs and such of Chapel Hill may not be in the Chapel Hill Museum or even the North Carolina Collection at Wilson Library. It's on Charly Mann's Web site. Read associate editor Dave Hart's story.
Read, too, about Greenbridge developers' donation to the community, Maria Palmer's bilingual My View on why we need to educate immigrant children, and reader/guardian ad litem Sarah Shapard on why the state needs to do more to protect the unborn. Lots of letters today, and D.G. Martin on "Resilience."
Thanks for reading,