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  • Vol. 28, No. 44

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  • Why were the Sanitation Two fired?
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  • Why were the Sanitation Two fired?

    Chapel Hill's public works director says Clyde Clark and Kerry Bigelow were fired for insubordination and threatening behavior. But Clark and Bigelow believe their firings were retaliation for filing race discrimination grievances, for speaking out on work and safety conditions, and for joining a union.
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  • In heat of moment, fire crews bulldoze rare habitat
  • North Carolina
  • In heat of moment, fire crews bulldoze rare habitat

    State and federal officials are reviewing fire management procedures after fire crews plowed a section of Sandy Run Savannas State Natural Area known to contain a number of rare and endangered plants while fighting the massive Juniper Road fire this summer.
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  • Carrboro's anti-loitering ordinance under scrutiny

    The intersection of Jones Ferry and Davie roads, which is convenient for day laborers and contractors, is the only corner subject to a town ordinance that makes it a misdemeanor to "stand, sit, recline, linger or otherwise remain" after 11 a.m. and before 5 a.m. each day.

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  • Baby went to Amsterdam

    Amsterdam fosters that feeling of possibility, but I know I don't need to fly through six time zones to find gezellig.

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