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Bewildered, beleaguered seniors and on-the-ball underclassmen alike gathered in Griffith Film Theater Saturday for Career Week’s keynote address and wrap-up, in hopes of gaining deeper...
Two Durham residents, Richard Mullinax and Perry Pike, filed a lawsuit Monday night against Durham County after they were denied a marriage license by Register of Deeds Willie Covington.
"The proof is in the pudding" was Mayor Bill Bell's response to concerns raised at Monday's City Council meeting that the redevelopment strategy for Durham's Barnes Avenue Area needs more financial...
Community members and area students flexed their political muscles in a demonstration Tuesday to criticize the Durham-based Research Triangle Institute's involvement in rebuilding Iraq.
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What happened in 1892? Grover Cleveland was elected to serve his second presidential term, Congress extended the Chinese Exclusion Act and Ruby Drakeford was born. .
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill's Student Health Service has seen approximately 130 students afflicted with a mysterious illness, puzzling administrators and SHS officials alike.
City employees removed a one-ton granite monument from the grounds of Winston-Salem's City Hall Tuesday morning.
Thirty years ago, Exalted Grand Cyclops of the Durham Ku Klux Klan C.P. Ellis was enlisted by a city council member to co-chair a community committee addressing school desegregation problems.