wednesday, december 8, 2010
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Someone threw a snowball atsecurity personnel at 1 a.m. Feb.13 at Kildare’s Irish Pub at 206 W.Franklin St., according to ChapelHill police reports.
Large amounts of trash wereplaced inside one vehicle and ontop of another between 1:01 a.m.and 8:31 a.m. April 20 at 110 NorthSt., according to Chapel Hill policereports.
Someone drove away from aKangaroo Express gas station withthe gas nozzle still in the tank at10:58 p.m. May 15 at 201 S. EstesDrive, according to Chapel Hillpolice reports. The incident caused$100 in damage to the gas tube.
Someone used fireworks anda tree branch to cause $150 worthof damage to a passing vehicleat 12:21 a.m. July 6 on FordhamBoulevard near Sage Road, accord-ing to Chapel Hill police reports.
Someone put clothing in theirpants and walked out of Johnny T-shirt without paying for it at 1:41p.m. Aug. 24, according to ChapelHill police reports. The unidenti-fied clothing was worth $1, reportsstate.
Someone thought they saw asuspicious man take meat from aFood Lion at 2:07 p.m. Oct. 18 at1129 Weaver Dairy Road, accord-ing to Chapel Hill police reports.
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ounds like the beginning of a fantastic horror film. Or a porn plot.In North Yorkshire, Britain, five staff members and a couple were trappedin a bar for more than a week by heavy snow.“This has happened before and when we saw the weather, us workers did bringextra clothes and essentials just in case,” Katie Underwood, a waitress at the pub, said.“We never imagined it would be for this long.”The trapped occupants passed the time by playing board games, eating and doingmaintenance work and odd jobs. The bar, which normally can serve up to 150 cus-tomers in one night, had the windows and walls blocked from the heavy amount of snow compacted against the building until a snow plow freed them.
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CONGRATULATIONS SPRING 2011 PHILLIPS AMBASSADORS CAROLINA’S AMBASSADORS TOASIA
Eight exceptional undergraduates from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill have been selected asPhillips Ambassadors for spring 2011 study abroad programs in Asia through the College of Arts and Sciencesand the Kenan-Flagler Business School. Phillips Ambassadors are selected based on their academicachievements and commitment to activities, service and leadership in the classroom and community. The Phillips Ambassadors scholarship program is made possible through a generous gift from alumnusEarl N. “Phil” Phillips Jr., an entrepreneur and former United States ambassador to the Eastern Caribbean.
“The 21 stcentury belongs to Asia.To me, studying abroadis not a question —it is the answer.”
- Ambassador Phil Phillips