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Friday June 2nd

Claire Nielsen


Obey Creek vote delayed

Many of those who attended Monday’s Chapel Hill Town Council meeting were surprised when the council decided not to vote on the four Obey Creek development items up for discussion, including Roger Perry of East West Partners, the project’s developer.

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Author Anna Jean Mayhew speaks at a panel on Harper Lee and her new novel, “Go Set a Watchman,” at the Chapel Hill Public Library on Tuesday evening.


Omar Currie, a former teacher at Efland Cheeks Elementary school, reads from children's book "King and King" at the Chapel Hill Public Library. Currie resigned from the school after a controversy emerged over Currie reading the book, which features a marriage between gay characters, to his third-grade class.


Michelle Laws speaks at Carrboro’s annual reading of Fredrick Douglass’ speech, “The Meaning of July Fourth for the Negro.”

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