Saturday morning was like any other fitness class at A.B. Fitness in Northgate Mall, full of jumping jacks, leg lifts and squats on miniature trampolines. But after the class, something different was happening — the first Hispanic meet-up for the national organization MomsRising.
The Durham school board has voted to hold three meetings per month instead of the two some members sought. In a 4-2 vote, the board agreed to hold two committee meetings, which all members would attend, and one regular business meeting also attended by all members. The new schedule is a shift from the old one in which the board holds three committee work sessions and one regular business meetings for a total of four.
Kelby Oakley likes going to the doctor's office now more than ever. That's because of Duke Medicine's new clinic for muscular dystrophy patients like Kelby that opened recently at Lenox Baker Children's Hospital on Erwin Road.
UNC Chapel Hill’s School of Medicine has secured permission to use buyouts over the next year to encourage some of its retirement-eligible faculty to step down.
The Rev. Anita Thompson, pastor of Emmanuel AME Church in Durham, will take a trip to Charleston, South Carolina next month with her two sisters. The trip had been planned before nine African-American women and men were gunned down during Bible study on June 17.
Durham County Government will close most offices for the Independence Day holiday on Friday, July 3. All offices will reopen and resume normal hours of operation on Monday, July 6.
I stood on the beach next to my cousin, looking out over the ocean off Nags Head. I wondered if the next shark attack would be out there in the waves. My cousin looked out to the sandbar, saying that he’d like to swim to it. He grew up in Florida, so he has a different view of the ocean.
It isn’t clear why a powerful North Carolina senator from Onslow County, has been relentlessly working over the past five years on behalf of the billboard lobby, but it is extremely puzzling.
Lawyers for a trio of former N.C. Central University professors and administrators suing the school for discrimination say they’ve asked state auditors to look into Chancellor Debra Saunders-White’s expense claims.
Raleigh-Durham International Airport will host a public discussion in Durham as it prepares its master plan study, Vision 2040.
Durham police are investigating a homicide that happened Friday afternoon near the intersection of Holloway and Raynor streets.
The Durham County Register of Deeds Office has issued 240 same-sex marriage licenses since gay marriage became legal in North Carolina last year. Friday’s U.S. Supreme Court ruling that legalizes same-sex marriage in all 50 states will not affect the office’s practice. ... Also, local and regional reaction to Friday's high court ruling.
Duke is ready to open a 116,000-square-foot addition to the Duke Eye Center, a building its ophthalmology chairman says will be a “game changer” for his department in terms of elbow room and the patient experience.
A judge set bond at $10 million Friday for a 16-year-old accused of murdering his grandfather.
Supreme Court says same-sex couples have right to marry in all 50 states.