Northwood Drive serves as a regular walking and jogging track for Northwood residents, who live in modest homes nestled in the wooded neighborhood at the corner of Eubanks Road and N.C. 86 in Chapel Hill. A concept plan for the future Eubanks Road takes out three houses, putting a five-lane road adjacent to others, and isolating some neighbors in a circle of busy streets.
Northwood Drive serves as a regular walking and jogging track for Northwood residents, who live in modest homes nestled in the wooded neighborhood at the corner of Eubanks Road and N.C. 86 in Chapel Hill. A concept plan for the future Eubanks Road takes out three houses, putting a five-lane road adjacent to others, and isolating some neighbors in a circle of busy streets. Tammy Grubb tgrubb@heraldsun.com
Northwood Drive serves as a regular walking and jogging track for Northwood residents, who live in modest homes nestled in the wooded neighborhood at the corner of Eubanks Road and N.C. 86 in Chapel Hill. A concept plan for the future Eubanks Road takes out three houses, putting a five-lane road adjacent to others, and isolating some neighbors in a circle of busy streets. Tammy Grubb tgrubb@heraldsun.com

Tammy Grubb has written about Orange County’s politics, people and government since 2010. She is a UNC-Chapel Hill alumna and has lived and worked in the Triangle for over 25 years.