Sunday Morning grocery run can now include alcohol

By Austin Goins

Harris Teeter on South Estes Drive is a Chapel Hill grocery store affected by the Town Council’s decision to allow Sunday morning sales of beer and wine. (Austin Goins/Carolina Connection)

In Chapel Hill, it used to be illegal for businesses to sell alcohol before noon on Sunday. Now that’s changed. Beginning in July, restaurants were able to start pouring drinks at 10. And last month, stores could start selling beer and wine at 10 as well.

Austin Goins looks at how things have changed.

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