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Durham County Locations

DURHAM    
             
27701     The Triangle Tribune   115 Market Street Ste 360-G
      Han-Dee Hugos
  1203 W. Club Blvd.
      NC Central University - Student Union   1801 Fayetteville Street 
      Durham Public Schools   511 Cleveland Street
      Durham Center For Senior Life   406 Rigsbee Avenue Ste 202
      Brightleaf Square   Main St. Entrance
      Boys Club   Pettigrew Street
      Salvation Army   Alston Avenue
      W.D. Hill Recreation   Fayetteville Street
      South Regional Library   4505 S. Alston Avenue
           
27703     Han-Dee Hugos
  423 Pleasant Drive
      Milton Road Library   221 Milton Road
       Holton Career & Resource Center   401 N. Driver St.
           
27705     Elmo's Restaurant
  776 Ninth st.
      Whole Foods
  Ninth Street
      Food Lion   2930 W Main Street
      Food Lion   4621 Hillsborough Road
      Harris-Teeter   1501 Horton Road
      Harris-Teeter   2107 Hillsborough Road
           
27707     St Joseph's Place   506 Hope Street 
      Harris-Teeter   1125 NC 54 Highway W
      Harris-Teeter   1817 MLK Jr. Parkway
      Harris-Teeter   202 W Hwy 54
      Stanford L. Warren Library
  1201 Fayetteville Street 
      Lincoln Community Health Center - Walltown Clinic   1301 Fayetteville Street
      Chicken Hut   3019 Fayetteville Street
            
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Upcoming Events

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Veterans Job Fair

Time: 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. DAV and RecruitMilitary

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National School Choice Week

Time: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Charter schools

Latest News

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Durham couple’s new book makes a case for reparations

DURHAM – Ten to $12 trillion is what the federal government would owe blacks in

AG Josh Stein shares top 10 consumer complaints

RALEIGH – Attorney General Josh Stein shared the top 10 consumer complaints that his

Social justice leader to speak at NCCU

DURHAM – Esteemed social justice leader, advocate and activist, Tamika Mallory, will be