There wan't enough room in the Charlotte Sun's state-roundup page to give the city's whole name, so half would have to do. The result: readers are briefly led to believe that an institution of higher learning in Pennsylvania has gone into the fowl-ordinance business.
Local hed style: York, Louis, Barbara, and Paul.
Back at the front page, a local writer
announces that "Today the U.S. Census released the first set of
three-year American Community Survey data ..."
The problem is, the data came out yesterday. Sun readers are accustomed to getting their news "whenever." The shock of reading -- at 7:30 a.m., no less -- what happened today was too much for Old Word Wolf.