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N.C. Teaching Fellows competing for fewer jobs

Today, Elizabeth Harwell begins her first day of school teaching math to 7th graders at Hawfields Middle School in Mebane.But just last week, the 2009 graduate of the UNC Teaching Fellows program didn’t  have a job lined up for the year. Harwell was hired late because many counties did not hire teachers until the state budget was passed in August. Without knowing the final budget, schools didn’t know how hard they would be hit by the cuts and whether they would have money to hire new teachers.

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Duane Hampton, currently a lieutenant with the Durham Police Department, will become the chief of police for the town of Hillsborough on Nov. 1.

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Patti Thorp and Chancellor Holden Thorp dance to Michael Jackson's "Thriller" in the Pit on Monday. The Eve Carson Scholarship held the event to raise awareness for the Eve Ball. The Ball will take place on Friday, Nov. 5 at the Carolina Club, with 100 percent of proceeds going to the Eve Carson Scholarship.

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Sophomore Kelsey Kolojejchick has played in back-to-back national title games for North Carolina. She led the Tar Heels this year with 15 goals.

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“It’s been good,” Charlie Hearon, the All Day Record store in Carrboro co-owner said of the first few weeks of business. “We’re really excited to be open.”

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Sam Miller, 24, of Carrboro, listens to records last Monday at All Day Records in downtown Carrboro. The store sells new and used LPs, singles, tapes and turntables.

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Senior Elizabeth Drazdowski (18) high-fives Katie Ardrey in a game earlier this season. Drazdowski stepped into the captain position after senior captain Katelyn Falgowski suffered a concussion before the season began.

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A home at 109 Weatherhill Point in Carrboro shows burn damage after what investigators said was arson. The home was an Oxford House.

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Bill Andrews (left) and Sue Estroff (right), co-chairs of the academic plan steering committee, discuss the draft in a committee meeting Monday afternoon. The plan is the University’s road map for the next 10 years.

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