UNC struggles pruned Golden State forward Harrison Barnes.
The post-sewage-backup repair bill for the Eno River Association’s offices on Guess Road will clock in at $107,650, and a debate is coming on how much of that the city should pay.
A man who last year challenged students to be kinder came back to Culbreth Middle School on Monday to reissue his challenge on a larger scale.
Revelers hoping for a rain check for last week’s Durham Mardi Gras parade that organizers canceled because of winter weather will have to wait until 2016.
Urban Ministries of Durham’s largest annual fundraiser, Empty Bowls, will be held March 5 at the Durham Convention Center.
What is it like to be someone who smokes in today’s increasingly smoke-free world? How can providers best interact with their patients who smoke and support their efforts to become tobacco-free?
Duke University will award six honorary degrees at its commencement exercises on May 10, Duke President Richard H. Brodhead announced Monday.
Herald-Sun columnist Jason Hawkins doesn't quite get why some folks prefer being cooped inside.
Star freshman center could be on practice court later Monday
Roger-Herr has top spellers
Madi Jakes (eighth grade), Matthew Conquista (sixth grade), and Aidan Keaveney (eighth grade) represented Rogers-Herr at the regional History Bee Finals in Concord.
Duke News Service
DURHAM -- Martin Eakes, co-founder of the Self-Help Credit Union that has financed housing and development for tens of thousands of local residents and small businesses, will join five members of the Duke community to be honored today at the university's annual Samuel Dubois Cook Society Dinner.
CHAPEL HILL -- The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill will host a symposium and planning session for the mayors and municipal staffs of six historically black Southern towns Wednesday and Thursday.
By Bert L’Homme
Special to The Herald-Sun
We have a lot of work to do to bring Durham Public Schools and each of our 33,750 students to their fullest potential. There are examples of greatness and innovation across our entire county: students acing Advanced Placement courses, children bent over laptops and tablets in one-to-one technology environments, and elementary children learning Mandarin Chinese or working in Montessori classrooms. What our school district needs to achieve — and will achieve — is consistent excellence in every classroom on every campus.
A band of British soldiers, hunkered down in the trenches in France in World War I, battle their own demons as they await a rumored German attack in R.C. Sherriff’s play, “Journey’s End,” the next offering of the Deep Dish Theater Company. This production opens Friday and plays through March 21. Deep Dish Theater’s performance space is in University Mall, Chapel Hill. For tickets, call 919-968-1515 or visit www.deepdishtheater.org.