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How scouting is changing in the Durham community
Tuesday, November 21, 2017
DURHAM – The Boy Scouts of America is known for being an organization founded on tradition and a strong sense of patriotism. But in the face of a changing cultural and political climate, the organization is doing its best to reach out to new members without changing its core values. They have had a strong presence in Durham, which is in the BSA Mawat
Durham kids at high risk for lead poisoning
Friday, November 17, 2017
DURHAM – Lead poisoning poses a serious risk to children in Durham. PEACH hosted a town hall-style meeting and dinner last month to talk with community members about their concerns with such hazards. “We wanted to give you some information about lead poisoning,” said La Verne Reid, the host of the event. “But we also want to hear
#DefendDurham activists say they’re ready to fight
Wednesday, November 15, 2017
DURHAM – After felony charges were dropped against three of the people involved in the toppling of a confederate statue in front of the old Durham County Courthouse in August, Durham activists say they are ready to pursue “the real criminals.” Specifically, the sheriff’s office, the police, and others in government who help
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Clothes Closet/Food Pantry

The Baldwin Branch Missionary Baptist Church


Benefit Concert

Time: 3 to 6 p.m. A holiday gospel benefit


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New Creation making a difference in Durham community

DURHAM – New Creation United Methodist Church has shone a positive light on its members

HBCUs must boost enrollment, finances

In the education space, he was perhaps one of President Obama’s fiercest critics. And

Give it up for the poet, not the points

DURHAM – Saturday nights typically warrant going out. Whether that be to dinner, a