Thanksgiving Day weekend, the 1968 high school graduating class of Merrick-Moore School culminated a memorable 45th-year celebration that swept well beyond the usual hugs and tears of joy. It was a gathering of fine, age-old friendship.
You’re probably thinking, why keep leaves and grass clippings off the street? The answer is simple. It’s very bad for our water quality and can create hazardous street conditions. Leaves and grass clippings clog storm drains, causing flooding during storms both in the streets and in our waterways.
At the Nov. 11 meeting of the Roxboro Kiwanis Club, Reginald Horton presented a program on the activities of the American Legion, locally and around the country.
November has arrived and with it our thoughts turn toward turkey and cooler temperatures. But did you know that Thanksgiving is also a perfect time to show a little appreciation for our planet by recycling?
Nov. 15, I felt the adrenalin rush as I walked into UNC-Chapel Hill’s student union for the annual Triangle Startup Weekend (TWS). Excitement, passion and possibility filled the air as students, professionals, techies and non-techies converged for a 54-hour startup boot camp.
The Town of Butner held its Veterans Day service Nov.11 at the Soldiers Memorial Sports Arena to “honor all who served in our nation’s armed forces.”
“You don’t stop playing because you grow old, you grow old because you stop playing,” is the mantra the Durham Senior Divas ‘n Dude live by.
How small of a house do you think you could live in? Think about it. Do you really need the study, and the spare room, and the guest room, and the den, and the media room, and the 3-car garage and the man cave?
Former Speaker of the U.S. House Tip O’Neill famously coined the phrase “All politics is local.” We certainly saw the local impact the shutdown of the federal government could have here in Durham.
As of this week there is an easy way for you to support planting more trees in Durham, and you should really consider doing it.
The modest brick building at West Chapel Hill and Carroll streets has been a hub of community activity for nearly a decade.