Chapel Hill Encourages No Halloween Gatherings on Franklin, Offers ‘Safer’ Alternatives


In non-pandemic years, there has been a longstanding tradition in Chapel Hill to dress up in costumes and traverse East Franklin Street on Halloween night. This year, Chapel Hill announced it will not preemptively block off the the busy downtown street. Town reps cited financial costs and the desire to keep Franklin Street open for emergency vehicles. (Chapelboro.com)

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Chapel Hill Encourages No Halloween Gatherings on Franklin, Offers ‘Safer’ Alternatives


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