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Durham residents receive high-speed fiber
Wednesday, August 15, 2018
DURHAM – The City of Durham and Durham County will each establish ultrahigh bandwidth networks that connect about 100 city and county sites in 2019. The plan calls for about 80 city sites to be connected, including fire and police stations, parks and recreation sites, water treatment facilities and transportation services, all at gigabit speeds.
Durham receives grant to combat childhood hunger
Wednesday, August 8, 2018
DURHAM – The City of Durham is one of six cities that will be expanding its fight against childhood hunger thanks the recent award of a CHAMPS grant. The National League of Cities (NLC) and the Food Research and Action Center (FRAC) have awarded the city a $125,000 grant and 18 months of technical assistance to help expand after school and summer
TROSA residents examine own lives on path to graduation
Wednesday, August 8, 2018
DIRHAM – As a mechanic, Eli Cobb knows how to break down an engine, disassemble the worn-out parts and rebuild the whole thing to make it function again. And as he sought to overcome a long-standing addiction to alcohol and cocaine, Cobb examined his own life the way he approaches a motor, checking out each component to find and fix the broken parts.
Tamera Coyne-Beasley honored at luncheon
Wednesday, August 1, 2018
DURHAM – Dr. Tamera Coyne-Beasley was honored for her service to the Religious Coalition for a Nonviolent Durham last week at its Community Roundtable Luncheon. Coyne-Beasley, a professor of pediatrics and internal medicine at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, and director of the North Carolina Child Health Research Network, is moving to
Program to address critical teacher shortage
Friday, July 27, 2018
RALEIGH – Teachers of Tomorrow have been approved to become a new teacher residency program in the state. The state legislature created the teacher residency route for educator preparation programs to replace the lateral entry license during 2017 through Senate Bill 599, while also creating a more rigorous review process for new program applications.
African-American Heritage Commission gets funding for slave ship
Tuesday, July 24, 2018
RALEIGH – The North Carolina African American Heritage Commission has received a $33,558 federal grant from the national Institute of Museum and Library Services for "A Tale of Two Ships: Developing a Research & Interpretation Plan for Revealing Hidden Histories of One Ship with Two Identities.” The project will develop a collections

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There was just one ‘Queen of Soul’

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Women’s Equality Day is a call for action

DURHAM – Women have been marching for their rights ever since the days of suffrage. And