Chapel Hill senior wins American Legion district oratorical contest
‘Poetry Out Loud’ event today at downtown library
Rome leaving NCCU
Last Wednesday night, Durham Public Schools was honored to host several hundred citizens, parents, volunteers and educators at our annual State of Our Schools presentation. This was an opportunity to share with Durham both our progress in completing our four-year Strategic Plan for improving our schools, and also our academic indicators — the benchmarks we have set along the way. (The plan is available at dpsnc.net/stratplan.)
Alex Thompson, a 17-year-old senior at Durham Academy, used to play basketball in the run-down gymnasium. “It was built a long time ago,” he said. “So, it had tradition. But it wasn’t in great shape.” On Tuesday, Thompson and the rest of the Durham Academy community got a first look inside the renovated and expanded Kirby Gymnasium.
Satcher speaks at Duke
Policing and punishment forum planned in Carrboro
DPS teachers get certified
Ex-justice to speak
It was tough when Caitlin Liles first had to sell a lamb that she had raised.
Two professors inducted
Willow Oak Montessori charter school signs lease, plans sessions
Q: I have heard that more tests will be given to students at the end of this year. Which students will get them and what are they?
No more smoking at Duke Gardens
Planned Chapel Hill charter school launches Web presence