State Superintendent June Atkinson took a tour of Carrington Middle School on Friday, and liked what she saw.
Atkinson was invited to the school by Jeff Whitt, the school’s AIG facilitator, to talk about her global experiences.
A judge on Friday rejected a request by a man with a history of feuding with the Durham County Sheriff’s Office to remove District Attorney Roger Echols from office.
I’m accustomed to seeing the red and blue flashing lights of a police cruiser from outside the car, usually after a few feet of police tape has gone up or I’m slowly going by them on roadways when they’ve stopped drivers.
The Orange County Health Department is offering preventive measures -- counseling and prescriptions -- for people who are at high risk for exposure for HIV infection.
N.C. Central University and two other UNC system schools will be able to admit students with SAT scores below the minimum standard under a new pilot program approved Friday that places more emphasis on grade point average.
A former Durham Public Schools teacher charged with a sex offense with a student allegedly continued a relationship with the student for two years, and had a tattoo relating to the victim.
The former UNC-Chapel Hill Department of African and Afro-American Studies administrator found to be a key player in a “paper class scheme” in a recent investigation will not be giving further public statements or interviews, her attorney said. She also will keep her state pension, according to the State Treasurer’s Office.
University of North Carolina President Tom Ross said you can’t put a price on truth, but the investigation by former federal prosecutor Kenneth Wainstein released publicly Wednesday will be “very expensive.”
The school board approved several personnel items at its Oct. 23 meeting.
A divided N.C. Court of Appeals panel wants the judge in a Chatham County drunk-driving case to explain why he thought a Chatham sheriff’s deputy didn’t have time to get a warrant before forcing the driver to give a blood sample.
The Durham County Department of Public Health and Durham Diabetes Coalition (DDC) have teamed with Radio One Raleigh to host a combined Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Culture of Health Prize celebration and Take a Loved One to the Doctor event at the Durham County Human Services Building from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Nov. 1.
As unlikely as it sounds, North Carolina controls its own destiny -- at least in the ACC’s Coastal Division.
Police say a man who died after being found unresponsive in a car on Weaver Street on Wednesday had been beaten.
Academic failures revealed in an investigation into one UNC-Chapel Hill department Wednesday occurred because of a system that requires athletic “eligibility to be prioritized over educational enrichment,” a university professor said Thursday.
Panelists weighed in Thursday on domestic violence in Durham, suggesting ways to make the reporting system safer and more effective.