The man accused of killing and decapitating a 38-year-old Durham man appeared in front of a Durham County District Court Judge Wednesday morning.
Service Solutions Inc., the company that has agreed to pay school custodians more than $100,000 they are owed in back pay by an SSI subcontractor, said Wednesday that doing so is the right thing to do.
To counter the likely die-off of Durham’s surviving willow oaks, officials need to figure on planting more than three times as many trees each year as they’re managing to now, an advisory board says.
A study co-led by a UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center researcher has identified genomic changes in head and neck cancers linked to the sexually transmitted disease HPV — the latest finding of a collaborative scientific effort designed to map out the genomic changes driving cancer.
Durham Congregations in Action reinstalled officers for another term during its annual banquet Tuesday night at St. Philip’s Episcopal Church. Hundreds of people attended the annual banquet for the collaborative organization of about 60 congregations, and learned about DCIA’s support of new initiatives.
J. Kameron Carter, an associate professor of systematic theology and Black Church Studies at Duke Divinity School, said he would try preaching rather than give an academic lecture to Durham Congregations in Action at its annual banquet meeting Tuesday night at St. Philip’s Episcopal Church downtown.
Seven Durham churches are participating in the 2015 Congregational Wellness Challenge for their spirit, soul and body, organized by DurhamCares, the Clergy Health Initiative at Duke Divinity School and Bull City Forward.
The National Theatre of Scotland will perform “Dunsinane,” writer David Greig’s sequel to Shakespeare’s “Macbeth,” in Memorial Hall at UNC Chapel Hill. Performances are at 7:30 p.m. Thursday and 8 p.m. Friday. For tickets, call 919-843-3333 or visit www.carolinaperformingarts.org.
East Chapel Hill boys, girls race to league title
Grad assistant for the last three years will fill staff position vacated by Petri departure
A legal challenge to the city’s West Club Boulevard traffic-calming plan came up short Tuesday, Durham’s Board of Adjustment ruling that the resident who filed it didn’t have the right to have the case heard.
Blue Devils face top-10 foes Notre Dame, Virginia on road over next four days
After a failed bid in 2010, Durham will now be getting access to the high-speed Google Fiber Internet service. Google announced plans to expand service to Durham, Chapel Hill, Carrboro, Raleigh, Cary, Garner and Morrisville on Tuesday amid elected officials from each city and Gov. Pat McCrory.
Just over a week after the bodies of Charles Hinnant and Trinity Wilkins were found police have made arrests in their murders.
Copper wiring and an HVAC system was taken from a property on the 2600 block of Owen Street, according to Durham police records.