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No ticket? There are still ways to attend

Regarding the new ticket policy, the Carolina Athletic Association would like to address the feedback we have received about the new system.The CAA has provided many outlets for students to adjust to this new policy and receive tickets, either directly through the lottery or through one of our alternative options.

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Greek Festival Features Food, Art

Area residents can enjoy authentic Greek cuisine and arts this weekend at the Greek Festival at East Chapel Hill High School. The festival runs from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Friday; from 11 to 9 p.m. Saturday and from 11 to 6 p.m. Sunday. Admission to the event is free. There will be a wide variety of arts demonstrations at the festival, including dancing and music. George Cocolas, co-chairman of the festival, said the event has two main draws. "The festival is important for two reasons: food and entertainment," Cocolas said.

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Creamery Celebrates Grand Opening

First UNC alumnus Andy Griffith gets his own highway near Mount Airy, and now he has a Chapel Hill ice cream store named after his fictional television hometown of Mayberry. Mayberry's Creamery, with its Carolina blue walls, retro tables and homestyle flavor, is reminiscent of small, family-owned and -operated drugstores across the country. Owner David Badenchini said he wants the store to capture "the spirit of Mayberry." Photos of Griffith and the cast of his television show hang on the walls, including an almost life-sized photo of Don Knotts, who played Barney Fife.

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Police Alter Enforcement of Noise Laws

Police say they have changed procedures to regulate noise levels allowed in Chapel Hill, but despite concerns from residents, they say the changes do not target students. Police effectively used training techniques to quell problems North Forest Hills residents were having with a duplex of students on Dixie Drive. The noise ordinance on the books went into effect Sept. 24, 2001, and has a daytime 50-decibel limit and a nighttime limit of 45 decibels. The town defines daytime as between 7 a.m. and 6 p.m.

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Tri-County Health Plan Approved By Commissioners

The Orange County Board of Commissioners voted unanimously Tuesday to support a resolution creating a tri-county plan for providing mental health, substance abuse and developmental disability services. The plan will assist residents from Orange, Person and Chatham counties, but no location for a tri-county facility has been determined. Barry Jacobs, chairman of the Orange County Board of Commissioners, called the plan to serve the needs of residents "a good partnership." Commissioner Moses Carey had expressed concern about voting on the resolution before a public hearing could take

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