thursday, january 21, 2010
my Allen, a sophomore American studies major,gives blood in the Kenan Residence Hall parlor inDecember. The local chapters of the American RedCross announced Jan. 10 that they had 1,600 pints of blood, which is only one day’s supply.
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Someone reported an assault with a knife at 3:45 p.m. Tuesday at 100 Forsyth Drive, according toChapel Hill police reports.
Someone punched a man inthe mouth at 3:03 a.m. Wednesday at the 300 block of Mitchell Lane,according to Chapel Hill policereports.
Someone reported a pursestolen from the Limelight store atabout 6:10 p.m. Monday at 402 W.Franklin St., according to ChapelHill police reports.The Coach purse was valued at$110, reports state.
A man reported that peoplemoved into his apartment with-out permission while he wasgone sometime between Dec. 1,2009, and 7:10 p.m. Tuesday at500 Umstead Drive, according toChapel Hill police reports.
Someone was suspected of damaging property between 5p.m. Friday and 9 a.m. Monday atRoyal Park Apartments located at501 N.C. 54, according to Carrboropolice reports.The person had spray-paintedone of the mirrors and one of thetreadmills in the fitness center,reports state.The person also damaged severalpieces of a fence just outside the fit-ness center, reports state.
Somebody reported a smalldog running at large at MerrittMill Road and N.C. 54, accordingto Carrboro police reports.Police went to check the areaand did not find a dog, reportsstate.
A juvenile attempted to stealdifferent kinds of potato chips because she said she was hungry at 11:28 a.m. Tuesday at the HarrisTeeter at 310 N. Greensboro St.,according to Carrboro policereports.
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. A charter school near Boulder, Colo., was closed early Wednesday after a suspiciousduffel bag was delivered to campus.Inside was a stuffed Kermit the Frog. Alicia Thomas, mother of four students atthe school, said one of her daughters believesthe Muppet madness might have been part of asenior prank, but she is pleased with the carefulapproach, the Daily Camera reports.
. “With 29 gay bars here, there’sa reason it’s dubbed Hotlanta. … And whodoesn’t love the sweet lilt of a Georgia accenton a knockout guy or gal?”— The Advocate magazine correspondentMike Albo, justifying his pick of Atlanta as thecountry’s gayest city. Atlanta beat out Burlington, Vt., Iowa City,Bloomington, Ind. and Madison, Wis.
ome might call it a badge of honor, but several University of Rhode Islandstudents are suing the nearby beach town of Narragansett for its policedepartment’s policy of affixing orange stickers to homes where police have busted rowdy parties.Now several students are asking a judge to strike down the regulation, claimingthe stickers reach the level of public humiliation.But a town attorney argued that the stickers are a legitimate way to crack down onillegal behavior. He said the stigma associated with the sticker is not great enoughto strike down the law.Stigma? Hell, there ain’t no party like an orange sticker party.
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