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City Council examines ped. bridge

Durham City Council members reviewed the safety issues surrounding the demolition and construction of a bicycle and pedestrian bridge near Burton Elementary School at its meeting Monday night,...


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Economists analyze Pillowtex

The closing of the Pillowtex manufacturing plant in Kannapolis, N.C., left many shaking their heads in disbelief. What happened to the once-robust plant--the economic anchor for the town? .


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For DUI, practice makes funny

Chairs scraped across the floor as they were dragged to the perimeters of the room. A few stage lights shone brightly amid the dark theater..


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Physics sequence revamped

The Department of Physics is taking a new approach to its introductory courses, implementing a revised sequence for all engineers that will link topics in physics more closely to those in...


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DUHS decides search criteria

The search committee to select the Duke University Health System's next Chancellor of Health Affairs, who will be named next spring, met Thursday to outline the requisite criteria and qualifications.


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Sanford addition breaks ground

The Sanford Institute of Public Policy broke ground this morning for a new two-story building, which officials said will help accommodate the institute's past and future growth..


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Army Corps mends Coast

For most members of the Duke community, Hurricane Isabel meant little more than a few canceled classes and broken umbrellas, but for residents of the Outer Banks, the storm's effects are still...