For some voters wishing to cast early ballots this fall, the biggest problem they’ve confronted is finding a place to park.
If you don’t follow the Duke Lemur Center’s social media accounts, then you haven’t met Marcus.
Marcus, a Coquerel’s sifaka lemur, can jump nearly 33 feet in one leap, though he stands about 2 feet tall.
Throughout this week, social media users can learn more about the primates that call the Duke Lemur Center home.
A well-known member of the Durham bicycle community died Monday from injuries he sustained after being struck by a vehicle.
The school district is expected to announce its Principal of the Year selection Thursday.
N.C. Central University will hold a kick-off Saturday for a week of homecoming festivities that will include a gospel concert, a parade and a fashion show.
An attempted robbery escalated to murder Tuesday in Northeast Durham just blocks from Fletchers Chapel Road.
One of the Durham Bulls Athletic Park’s major advocates died Tuesday, nearly 20 years after the facility first opened its doors.
Charles “Chuck” Grubb served on Durham’s City Council from 1989 to 1992. His fight for the then-unpopular stadium cost him his seat on the council in a race against Frank Hyman.
City officials are trying to referee an access-rights dispute between a Durham arts group and the Chapel Hill developer that’s putting up a new building on the site of what was the Liberty Warehouse.
Clay Thomas, a Durham business owner, has been identified as the second person in a plane that crashed in Bahama last week.
A new research center at Duke University and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill will develop strategies to promote healthy food choices, particularly among Americans receiving federal food benefits.
A juror was removed from a first-degree murder trial Tuesday after falling asleep during testimony.
Durham County Superior Court Judge Henry Hight dismissed the juror after he apparently couldn’t stay awake. The juror gathered his belongings and left the courtroom.
The former Jordan High School teacher accused of having an inappropriate relationship with a student was first investigated by district officials in 2012.
Two Durham political leaders will be honored in November for their work against the death penalty.
After calling on N.C. Central University students to go vote, Chancellor Debra Saunders-White led a march to the early voting site at the NCCU student union Tuesday.