Here's a look at today's local Orange County headlines:
MINISTRY MOVING: "We were thwarted," says board co-chairman Jim Kocher. Find out why the Wesley Foundation Methodist ministry has put its Pittsboro Street building up for sale.
BEST FRIENDS KILLED: Tammy Grubb has a moving interview with the father of Beth Shivers, one of the two Orange County teens killed in a car crash last weekend. Sadly, you won't put this one down.
TREASURE HOUSE: I saw this house, or maybe just really paid attention to it, just last week. Read Dave Hart's story about the Preservation Society of Chapel Hill's efforts to save the historic Lloyd-Rogers House in the Rogers Road neighborhood.
I told the folks at Blue Ribbon Mentor Advocate I hope Jasmine Shelton writes more; I certainly want to learn more about the teen mother's story after today's My View column. Debbie Meyer introduces a really big iguana in this month's Tails feature on local pets and wildlife. And Pat McCrory speaks to local Republicans about his bid for governor. Did you know he was elected Charlotte's mayor seven times?
Amey Miller, Tim Galliher, Odom Williford, Joy MacVane, V. Rosan Hutter and Lois Boynton have letters in today's paper, and Steven Petrow remembers Mary Duke Biddle Trent Seamons. Wow, and that doesn't even include all the Monday night Town Council coverage that happened past our deadline and will be in the paper this weekend.
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And to Poonam Pande, who came in yesterday and said she reads every page of every issue, thank you.