Over 100 locations across the city gathered to jointly celebrate the one night a year set aside to enhance police and community relations.
A major call to action came Monday night as Mayor Bill Bell told the City Council once again that it needs to seriously look at affordable housing needs now, instead of waiting.
A Durham police investigator testified Tuesday that the pain he felt when he was shot at a traffic stop was "excruciating" and "unbearable."
Eagles forward headed to Italy
This week I’ve tried something new.
I wrote 15 food-related “would you rather?” questions. Then I contacted some local chefs, and asked them to play.
Mystic crowd funding production facility
Durham-based Mystic Bourbon Liqueur is raising money to establish a barrel house, tasting room and event space.
Muralist and painter Odili Donald Odita writes about his work as a process of immersion. On his website, in a statement about a mural titled “Flow” that he created for the lobby of an art museum in Cincinnati, Odita tells how he observed the space at different times of day, observing the angles of outside buildings, the movement of people and cars, with sketchbook in hand.
A Durham police investigator testified Monday he held onto a suspect's car while being dragged as the driver tried to flee a traffic stop that ended in a gunshot wound to the officer.
A request to rename Durham County Memorial Stadium had the Durham County Board of Commissioners analyzing its naming policy – or lack thereof – on Monday.
In his 14 years as an art museum educator, Michael Christiano said he has seen how the arts can transform lives, which has strengthened his belief that the arts are an essential part of schools in a democratic society. In a time of budget cuts and reduced resources, it is more crucial than ever that educators build collaborations between arts programs in schools and the community.
Star quarterback no longer just about himself
Wide receiver has talent to help make up graduation losses at wide receiver. But he'll miss games this season
Wolfpack expect to move up in ACC pecking order in Doeren's third season
Eagles forward headed to Italy
Northern has 26 seniors looking to challenge Hillside in PAC-6
Carrboro looks to improve on last season's 3-8 mark with solid offensive, defensive lines
This evening, neighbors will gather with each other and with police, elected officials and civic leaders to observe the annual National Night Out.
He wanted to start a race war.
That, you will recall, was what authorities say white supremacist Dylann Roof had in mind when he shot up a storied African-American church in June. It might have surprised him to learn that we've already had a race war.
An iconic area furniture store celebrated its grand opening at a new location Saturday, drawing crowds and special guests. Kimbrells’s Furniture, which has been situated in downtown Durham for 83 years, celebrated its move to the former Kmart building at 2000 Avondale Drive with a ribbon cutting ceremony featuring Mayor Bill Bell.
An increased workload on the city’s public works department in light of the recent announcements of fiber optic Internet has prompted an evaluation of how it charges fees for private utility builds and permits.
Durham County’s unemployment rate increased by .3 percentage points in June to 5.4 percent, the NC Department of Commerce reported today.
The Triangle market is ranked as the second best for life science companies in the United States, according to a new report from international real estate services firm JLL.
PJ Morton is a Grammy Award-winning musician, a man who is a keyboardist, vocalist, producer and songwriter. His most recent studio album included songs featuring Stevie Wonder and Lil Wayne. He comes to Durham on tour Aug. 20 for a show at Motorco Music Hall.
The installation of the new senior pastor of The Church of the Good Shepherd will be like a wedding, said Rev. Chuck Jacob, who will be formally installed on Sunday (Aug. 2). It won’t be a wedding with formal attire and such, but it will be the exchanging of vows.
Tenor saxophonist and composer Kamasi Washington released a three-hour recording in May appropriately titled “The Epic.” The record, made up of Washington’s compositions and arrangements of classics, has a core group that improvises, along with soaring choir and strings arrangements.
“Accumulation: Ceramic and Mixed Media Sculptures by Jeffrey Zern,” The Scrap Exchange, 2050 Chapel Hill Road, Durham, through Aug. 15. ... “Opening: Summer Show, Gallery Artists,” Light Art + Design, Chapel Hill, 601 W. Rosemary St., Chapel Hill, through Aug. 15.