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Northside Festival celebrates community
Tuesday, May 9, 2017
CHAPEL HILL – It was hot and humid, but that didn’t stop some people from dancing in the blocked-off portion of the road between Roberson and Graham streets last weekend. “I done got too old to do that; I’ll watch them. It’s too hot to be doing anything there,” said Northside resident Gracie Webb while sitting in the
 
Higher technology use linked to youth mental health
Thursday, May 4, 2017
DURHAM – More use of technology is linked to later increases in attention, behavior and self-regulation problems for adolescents already at risk for mental health issues, a new study from Duke University finds. “Also, on days at-risk adolescents use technology more, they experience more conduct problems and higher ADHD symptoms compared to days
 
Durham Tech receives tobacco scholarship
Wednesday, May 3, 2017
The North Carolina Tobacco Trust Fund Commission has donated $25,000 in support of a Durham Technical Community College scholarship program that assists students impacted by the declining tobacco industry. Project Skilling Up, which helps affected students explore contemporary career paths, is available to students who reside in Durham and Orange counties.
 
For NCCU alumnae, it’s ‘each one, teach many’
Wednesday, May 3, 2017
DURHAM – Whether being recognized for her work with Durham’s urban youth or raising awareness and working to eliminate prejudice with the NAACP, Setrina Hunter is truly a strong brick in the foundation of Downtown and North East Central Durham. After majoring in biology at N.C. Central University, she began a career as a clinical researcher
 
Meet The Tribune's Top Seniors
Friday, April 28, 2017
Passion, hard work, keys to student’s success APEX – They say people with great passion can make the impossible happen. Apex High senior Sydney Floryanzia believes it. “Don’t passively accept failure. Work as hard as you can,” she said. “Try to work toward a goal. Identify and follow your passion, especially if that
 
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