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Durham dedicates veterans’ apartment complex
Saturday, September 24, 2016
DURHAM – Following a two-year effort led by Mayor William V. “Bill” Bell to help disabled veterans who have been homeless for a year or more, Durham has been recognized by the federal government for effectively ending chronic veteran homelessness. The public is invited to attend the celebration for Durham’s milestone achievement as
Poll shows one thing NC voters agree on
Friday, September 23, 2016
RALEIGH – While there's no shortage of policy issues North Carolina voters disagree on, there's at least one issue supported by a majority of both parties. A new poll commissioned by the First Five Years Fund with a bipartisan polling team found that 70 percent of Republicans and 92 percent of Democrats support expanded access to early-childhood
Monument to African-Americans advances in N. Carolina
Thursday, September 22, 2016
RALEIGH – Two North Carolina commissions agree that a monument commemorating the achievements of African-Americans in North Carolina shouldn't focus on one individual but instead should reflect various narratives. The N.C. African American Heritage Commission and the N.C. Historical Commission made a few basic decisions about the monument's design
Emily K Center to launch college program
Monday, September 12, 2016
DURHAM – The Emily Krzyzewski Center is hosting a kick-off event on Sept. 14 to launch its new Game Plan: College program. Through free workshops and individualized advising sessions, Game Plan: College is a one-stop shop for information on how to plan, prepare and be accepted to four- and two-year schools and professional certificate programs. The
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Cataract Seminar

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Dance Pary

Raleigh Old School Dance Party from 8 p.m. until


Pepper Festival

The 9th Annual Pepper Festival, one of the

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WhereU helps users shop black

Business runs through Dionne Mahaffey’s veins. Her father was an entrepreneur as she grew

Students still lack sleep with new bell schedule

DURHAM – Durham public schools now start and end about an hour-and-a-half later, leaving

Duke set to honor campus black architect

DURHAM – Duke University will honor the contributions of campus architect Julian Abele at