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Joe Woodruff Staff Writer


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Group offers health options

The Chapel Hill-Carrboro Chamber of Commerce is now first in the state to offer discounted health care directly to its members. The chamber is attempting to provide a health care option to employers who struggle to insure their employees by allowing members to seek coverage directly from the chamber.

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Area offers several Halloween alternatives to Franklin Street festivities

A record-breaking 80000 revelers showed up to celebrate Halloween on Franklin Street last year. And even though the town of Chapel Hill is aiming to downscale celebrations this year the attendees will most likely still number in the tens of thousands.For those not keen on crowds drunks or mounted police several alternative festivities are taking place in and around Chapel Hill Friday ranging from late-night live music to kid-friendly daytime events.

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Residents split over Chilton's endorsement

With his recent endorsement of Pat McCrory for governor Carrboro Mayor Mark Chilton joins the list of Democratic politicians backing the Republican Charlotte mayor's candidacy. But in an area known for its left-leaning politics — 90 percent of Orange County residents voted for Democrat Mike Easley in the 2004 governor's race — Chilton's decision has provoked mixed responses.

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