Durham Parks and Recreation will close its administrative office and recreation centers Monday for the Memorial Day holiday.
The Durham Police Department has noticed a recent increase in larcenies of cell phones.
Clergy in Durham are meeting to build support for a June 10 gathering near the Legislative Building in Raleigh in protest of the Republican-led General Assembly’s agenda.
N.C. School of Science and Mathematics commencement speaker Dan Ariely processed in among the caps and gowns wearing a brown “Star Wars” Jedi robe Saturday morning.
Duke University engineers have developed a novel method for producing clean hydrogen, which could prove essential to weaning society off of fossil fuels and their environmental implications.
Duke University is launching a program to promote diversity and develop scientific talent in undergraduates and graduate students.
Kara Cannizzaro scored four straight second-half goals and Abbey Friend scored three times as No. 3 seed North Carolina crushed No. 2 seed Northwestern 11-4 Friday to advance to Sunday night’s women’s lacrosse NCAA Championship game.
City officials will decide early next month whether to contribute $400,000 to a multi-government business-incentive package benefiting GE Aviation, which has plants in Durham and three other North Carolina towns.
Recalling the reaction of a 10-year-old Kenyan boy to seeing the moon through a telescope, Betsy Bennett, former director of the N.C. Museum of Natural Sciences, said it’s a powerful experience to help someone see something new.
Mathew Hunt has been named principal of Northern High School, effective July 1.
A pilot program at UNC that would allow students of the opposite sex to share suites and apartments remains in jeopardy as state senators opposed to such living arrangements continue their efforts to block them at all UNC system schools.
The defense rested Friday in the trial of Raven Abaroa after his attorneys tried to paint a different picture of him and his relationship with his wife, Janet Abaroa.
The solemn remembrances of the United States military’s dead begin at dawn Saturday in Chapel Hill, when veterans and Boy Scouts will place U.S. flags at the graves of more than 400 men and women buried in the Chapel Hill Memorial Cemetery on Legion Road.
Charles L. Becton, the Durham attorney, law professor and former N.C. Court of Appeals judge has served as interim chancellor of N.C. Central University for about 10 months.