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"Homegrown Halloween" shrinks due to safety concerns


Halloween in Chapel Hill has become more tame in recent years due to collaborative efforts to make the town’s celebration more local. “People were coming from all over the place for Halloween,” Chapel Hill Mayor Pam Hemminger said. “It became a public safety issue, so we’re trying to make it more homegrown, keep it lower key here.” (Daily Tar Heel)

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