Victoria Stilwell

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Bill Spiegel, a Chatham County resident and new 140 West Franklin homeowner, stands in front of a showroom model of the development. Spiegel said he values the downtown location of the complex.

Bill Spiegel, a Chatham County resident and new 140 West Franklin homeowner, stands in front of a showroom model of the development. Spiegel said he values the downtown location of the complex.


Chapel Hill officials and leaders of Ram Development Company work together to break ground on the 140 West Franklin multi-use development at a Jan. 5 ceremony. The new complex is slated to be completed in late 2012.

Chapel Hill officials and leaders of Ram Development Company work together to break ground on the 140 West Franklin multi-use development at a Jan. 5 ceremony. The new complex is slated to be completed in late 2012.


Dave Kitzmiller, co-owner of He’s Not Here, stands in front of a new mural in the bar’s beer garden. He’s Not changed management in November.

Dave Kitzmiller, co-owner of He’s Not Here, stands in front of a new mural in the bar’s beer garden. He’s Not changed management in November.


Five-year-olds Justin McCrae (left) and Cameron Morely (right) help each other carry their kindergarten class’ plastic tub back to the cafeteria after eating the day’s fruit snack.

Five-year-olds Justin McCrae (left) and Cameron Morely (right) help each other carry their kindergarten class’ plastic tub back to the cafeteria after eating the day’s fruit snack.


School counselor Kim Kelleher holds up a plastic tub of nectarines, which were handed out to each student at New Hope Elementary School on Wednesday. The school is the first in the county to receive government funds to provide its students with fresh produce daily.

School counselor Kim Kelleher holds up a plastic tub of nectarines, which were handed out to each student at New Hope Elementary School on Wednesday. The school is the first in the county to receive government funds to provide its students with fresh produce daily.