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As Chapel Hill Mayor Mark Kleinschmidt is expected to announce whether he will run for re-election in November within the coming weeks.
Chapel Hill Mayor Mark Kleinschmidt discussed the issue of alternative transportation with Carl Schuler, of UNC Hospitals, at the Starbucks on Franklin Street Wednesday. Kleinschmidt rode Chapel Hill Transit to talk to bus riders about the transportation system.
Jordan Heide reads the back of a box of Stay Awake caffeine pills. She overdosed on 800 mg of the pills, equivalent to four cups of coffee, the morning of March 18. “I was talking to my mom when I started convulsing and flung the phone across my room,” she said.
Weaver Street construction, which started March 7, is running on schedule and has caused little trouble with businesses and residents.