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Thursday September 29th

Katherine Burton


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Banks foreclose as stimulus ends

People in the county are losing ownership of their properties at a higher rate but not just because of a dismal economic climate. In the fiscal year that ended in June, foreclosures in the county jumped 64 percent as cash flows from the federal stimulus package dwindled and no longer kept banks from foreclosing homes.

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Restaurants Sharing Ten Percent event raises funds for IFC

An increase in the number of restaurants donating a portion of their profits to an annual fundraiser might denote an improved economic climate. On Nov. 9, 103 restaurants will be giving 10 percent of profits earned to benefit the Inter-Faith Council for Social Service, an increase from 95 restaurants last year and a return to participation levels before the recession.

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UNC professors to host art exhibit

With the loss of the Chapel Hill Museum went exhibits that illustrate the history of the area. In hopes to revitalize the museum’s previous building at 523 E. Franklin Street, the UNC Department of Art is planning an exhibit to feature artists, half of whom are from North Carolina.

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'La Voz' program provides translation services for Carrboro police

In an area with a growing Latino population, it’s becoming apparent that some local police officers don’t know their Spanish. To combat the language barrier, senior Ahna Hendrix is creating La Voz Translation Services, a volunteer-based program working to provide local police departments with face-to-face language translation. With only a few bilingual officers, translation efforts between police and non-English speakers are poor at best, said Carrboro police Capt.

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