Guitar and violin store expands presence off of East
A brightly colored flag adorned with music notes now marks the expanded location of High Strung Violins and Guitars on the corner of West Markham and Broad Streets in Durham.
New store Letters to open amidst indy bookshop revival
A new bookshop opening in downtown Durham signals the resurgence of independent bookstores.
Former Pa. governor denounces partisan politics
Partisan politics force politicans to act on party lines rather than for the good of those they represent, said Ed Rendell, former governor of Pennsylvania.
N.C. NAACP petitions McCrory to expand Medicaid
The North Carolina chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People released a petition Nov. 26 against Governor Pat McCrory’s plans to deny Medicaid expansion under the...
Google secures victory over Authors Guild
In light of Google's Nov. 14 victory in a lawsuit against the Authors Guild, students can continue using Google Books as an academic research tool.
Mixed levels of support for LGBT anti-discrimination bill in NC
An anti-discrimination bill in the U.S. House of Representatives could benefit LGBT employees in North Carolina but is meeting mixed levels of support.
Protestors gather in Durham in response to in-custody death of 17 year old
A riot occurred outside of the Durham Police Department headquarters Friday evening, resulting in property damage and local disturbance.
Crystal Mangum convicted of second-degree murder
Crystal Mangum was found guilty Friday of second-degree murder of her boyfriend Reginald Daye.
Blue Cross Blue Shield provides insurance after ACA shuts plans down
Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Carolina and state officials are working together to enact a policy that would allow hundreds of thousands of citizens to keep their current health care plans...
Data Quality Center releases educational data report
North Carolina is among one of the higher performing states with regard to educational data usage, according to the Data Quality Campaign.
Updated: Pedestrian critically hit on La Salle
A pedestrian was struck in a traffic crash on North LaSalle Street late Monday evening.
Locopops stores close due to shifting business demands
The Locopops stores in Raleigh and Chapel Hill are out of business.
Durham police investigate in-custody death of 17 year old
Jesus Huerta, 17, of Durham, died shortly before 3 a.m. while being transported to Police Headquarters by Durham police officer Samuel Duncan.
Supermarket Harris Teeter opens doors on Ninth Street
Durham’s newest Harris Teeter supermarket welcomed customers for the first time at its grand opening Wednesday.
Updated: Appeal by Duke lacrosse players denied by Supreme Court
An appeal relating to the 2006 lacrosse scandal was rejected by the Supreme Court of the United States Tuesday.
Barton Gellman discusses journalism ethics, Snowden
Pullitzer Prize-winning journalist and bestselling author Barton Gellman was invited to be a part of the “ Leakers or Whistleblowers? National Security Reporting in the Digital Age” event organized...
Hayden and Gellman debate whistleblowers
Just how much Americans ought to know about their government's national security programs was up for debate Monday night.
Durham municipal election voter turnout remains low
Durham voter turnout for this year’s municipal elections was nearly as low as Duke’s acceptance rate.
Scholar says both NSA and Snowden in violation of Founding Fathers' ideas
George Washington would not have been an Edward Snowden fan, a legal historian speculated at the School of Law on Monday.
Heroes from across the spectrum gather for NC Comicon
Costumes ranged from baby Batman to middle-aged Superman and the venue featured an abundance of wigs, covering all the colors of the rainbow.
Duke students join Durham residents in support of education
Teachers, families and officials stood up for public education in Durham and throughout North Carolina on Friday.
Reelected Mayor Bell discusses future plans
Mayor Bill Bell was reelected Tuesday for his seventh, consecutive two-year term as mayor of Durham. The Chronicle’s Sasha Zients spoke with Bell about his experiences so far and his plans for the...
Ahsan Iqbal discusses youth and global connections
Ahsan Iqbal, the Pakistani federal minister for planning and development, discusses his role, the Pakistani government and the differences between Pakistani and American higher education.
North Carolina ranks No. 2 for heavy equipment theft
North Carolina has the second most heavy equipment thefts in the country, according to a report published by the National Insurance Crime Bureau.
Pakistan's development and reform minister outlines vision for 2025
Pakistan’s Federal Minister of Planning Development and Reform addressed problems in U.S.-Pakistan relations and outlined the current Pakistani government’s vision for the future during a talk...