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Tuesday March 28th

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Nyah Hamlett, Ed.D., superintendent of Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools, pictured at the Board of Education's August 12 meeting.

Here's what to expect from CHCCS' Strategic Plan 2022-2027

Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools approved their Strategic Plan for 2022 to 2027 earlier this year. The plan is a roadmap outlining the district’s core values and goals for the next five years. Key priorities include creating a culture of safety and wellness, investing in CHCCS educators and strengthening family and community engagement. “The elephant in the room for us is that we have a very high-performing school district for a lot of students, and that’s been the history of CHCCS for decades," George Griffin, a member of the CHCCS Board of Education, said. 

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DTH Photo Illustration. Two UNC students take a nighttime jog, photographed on Wednesday, Oct. 26, 2022. The Franklin All Nighter, an all-night charity run, will take place in the first week of November.

'Run the journey with you': UBC to host all-night run for mental health resources

University Baptist Church is hosting the Franklin All Nighter, where participants will walk and run a one-mile loop around Franklin Street, starting on Nov. 5. The fundraiser will help raise money for mental health services in the area, including UNC Counseling and Psychological Services and Orange County's Street Outreach, Harm Reduction and Deflection Program (SOHRAD).  The event will run from sunset on Nov. 5 to sunrise on Nov. 6, but participants don't have to walk or run for the enitre night. 

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Storm drains pictured on Saturday, Oct. 22, 2022.

Carrboro residents share concerns about stormwater utility inspections

As initiated by Stormwater Utility within the Town of Carrboro Public Works Department, equipment will help to determine the amount of debris and sediment buildup, as well as necessary actions to take.  “Part of the responsibility of our Stormwater Utility is to find those places that require some kind of larger investments and plan for those investments over time,” Carrboro Mayor Damon Seils said.

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