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2018 Triangle Tribune Father of the Year
Friday, June 15, 2018
DURHAM – Jeremy Miles said it’s an honor to be recognized as the Triangle Tribune Father of the Year, especially since it’s his first year as a dad. “It definitely caught me off guard because I didn’t expect it at all,” he said. “It’s definitely an honor. My first year as a father, it taught me a lot, which
NC NAACP vows to fight ‘racist’ bills
Tuesday, June 12, 2018
RALEIGH – “It will not succeed. We call on the nation to stand with us as we reject this succession bill,” the Rev. T. Anthony Spearman told a crowd gathered at the North Carolina NAACP State Office in Raleigh Monday, referring to the latest bill attempting to require an ID to vote. Spearman called the current legislative session of the
Opponents rally at the Legislative Building
Wednesday, June 6, 2018
RALEIGH – Lawmakers are still trying to sort out their plans for judicial redistricting less than two weeks before candidate filing commences for judicial office, and it’s not at all clear where the finish line will be. Rep. David Lewis, R-Harnett, all but promised last week that a committee meeting at which two bills were approved would be the
Raleigh center steers addicts back on right path
Tuesday, June 5, 2018
RALEIGH – Drew Long opens the door to the detox room at Healing Transitions recovery facility. It is dark and quiet, with a few men occupying the stark white beds arranged like cubicles in an office. Their discomfort is visible as they endure the first step toward rehabilitation. With his bright smile and lively demeanor, it’s hard to believe
Family of man who died in Durham County jail demands answers
Monday, June 4, 2018
DURHAM – Dashawn Evans’s family wants answers. They want to know how a seemingly healthy 23-year-old man “drops dead” in jail. On May 27, Evans became the seventh person in five years to be found dead in the Durham County Detention Center. His family wants to know how and why he died. “I haven’t heard anything from
Childhood friends bond together in community service
Friday, June 1, 2018
DURHAM – It could be said that those who play together stay together, and, later in life, join forces to work together to improve the community in which they grew up. Such is the case with Torrey Swain, Quentin Moye, Alexander Addison, and Clyde Crews Jr. Crews and Swain, 32, and Moye and Addison, 31, have been friends for more than 22 years. They
Affordable housing developers work to keep pace with demand
Wednesday, May 30, 2018
RALEIGH – As more and more people pour into the Triangle area, providing affordable quality housing is an ever-growing challenge. “With Wake County and the Triangle, in general, being such a hot market, people are flocking here. A recent county study shows there are over 65 people moving here a day. It puts undue stress and pressure on
Wake County schools hires first female superintendent
Friday, May 25, 2018
RALEIGH – The Wake County Board of Education named Cathy Moore as its new superintendent Wednesday night, and she wasted no time getting to work – starting her day at 5 a.m. Thursday. Later in the morning, she met with the press and visited students at Fuller Elementary School in Raleigh. She then attended four high-school graduations. At
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