Zoe Schaver

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Carrboro’s Vinyl Perk will be moving to a new location after its lease ended on June 30. Owner Jay Reeves plans to keep the small business  in the area (Courtesy of Jay Reeves).

Vinyl Perk leaves Rosemary location

The nearly 5,000 vinyl records stored at Vinyl Perk, Carrboro’s quirky combination record store and coffee shop, have been carefully filed away into storage as business owner Jay Reeves searches for a new location.


Emilio Vicente (right) Winston Crisp (guy in suit) Mark Kleinschmidt Lydia Lavelle

Vigils honored victims of the Orlando shooting

Rainbow flags flew and contemplative words were spoken — both in Spanish and in English — across Chapel Hill this week as communities gathered to commemorate the lives of the 49 people killed by a shooter in an Orlando nightclub.



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(Far left) Hargraves Community Center counselor Jazmine Mason-Carter brainstorms safety ideas with other trainees.

(Far left) Hargraves Community Center counselor Jazmine Mason-Carter brainstorms safety ideas with other trainees.


What's All the Bus About: the F route

Most commuters on the F route don’t ever encounter one demographic the bus caters to — kids. Bright and early every weekday morning, while it’s still dark and before most adults need the bus, the F route picks up McDougle Middle School students and drops them off on Fayetteville Rd.