Team USA had no shortage of support in the Bull City. Durham soccer fans watch the World Cup match between the United States and Belgium at Mattie B's Public House. The Herald-Sun | Christine T. Nguyen
Durham Tech has adopted a new logo as part of an overarching branding campaign.
The school district announced several principal changes this week.
A hearing will resume this fall to determine if a man convicted of raping a 12-year-old girl deserves a new trial.
Deputies arrested Keon Peaks Fowler, 20, of Graham this morning after he fled when they attempted to pull him over for a traffic violation.
Those big new apartment blocks in town have a Durham county commissioner wondering if officials need to “tweak” the city’s land-use rules to provide more room between such buildings and the street.
Narrowing the focus somewhat, a federal judge has allowed two men to continue pursuing a civil-rights lawsuit that alleges Durham Police Department officers mishandled a 2009 drug investigation.
When customers walked into King's Red and White market, they knew they would get more than groceries.
They'd get love.
The store's biggest draw wasn't on the shelves, but in a tiny corner office.
Duke University set another record in fundraising this past year.
County Commissioners on Monday unanimously approved a resolution that asks N.C. Attorney General Roy Cooper to scrutinize the proposed merger of Time Warner Cable with Comcast.
Mechanics and Farmers Bank, the 106-year-old Durham financial institution, has hired James H. Sills III as its chief executive officer.
This may have been the most brilliant play ever drawn up by Cardinal Gibbons High School basketball coach Marque Carrington.
Ann Woodward points to an alley that cuts into The Scrap Exchange’s new space in Lakewood Shopping Center. A shipping room with a metal door sits at the end of the alley, and eventually Woodward would like to have a welding shop in the shipping area, with displays of metal work in the alley. She also envisions a place for sculptors, community gardens and an exercise area.
Like their counterparts in school districts throughout the state, Durham school leaders are worried about a decision by state lawmakers to no longer automatically fund enrollment growth.
Matthew John Reed appeared Monday in Orange County court on a first-degree murder charge in the slaying of a Durham priest that has rocked the community.
Rakwon Smith, 18, who was shot inside his home on Lee Street on Saturday night has died, according to Durham police.