City officials said Monday they would investigate allegations of nonpayment by subcontractors who worked on the recently opened Residence Inn downtown, but that their actions are limited.
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.
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.
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.
Not all members of the school board favor a move to a 10-point grading scale.
But like it or not, the Durham Public Schools must adopt a new policy to align the district’s grading scale to the state mandate.
Mystic crowd funding production facility
Durham-based Mystic Bourbon Liqueur is raising money to establish a barrel house, tasting room and event space.
Wide receiver has talent to help make up graduation losses at wide receiver. But he'll miss games this season
Downtown jazz club and restaurant Beyu Caffe will be moving to a new location in January, just two doors down from its current space.
Northern has 26 seniors looking to challenge Hillside in PAC-6
Durham's destination marketing organization, the Durham Convention & Visitors Bureau, has earned 13 exemplary citations during its latest re-accreditation.
State Court of Appeals judges have rejected a retired chemistry professor’s attempt to sue N.C. Central University because school officials denied him “emeritus” status.
Attendance for the seventh season at the Durham Performing Arts Center hit a new high mark of 448,998 guests, topping DPAC’s last record of 421,000 set in the 2011-2012 season, the venue reported Tuesday.
Wolfpack expect to move up in ACC pecking order in Doeren's third season
Durham Restaurant Inspections
Week of July 20-July 26
Durham police said today that a missing teenager they had been looking for since last week “has been located and she is OK.”
The American Red Cross is facing a looming shortage of the blood types most needed by patients and is calling on eligible donors with O negative, B negative and A negative blood to give now to prevent an emergency situation.