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Early voting starts on Wednesday. Read more

Elections

Our recommendations for the November municipal elections in Orange and Durham Counties, plus early voting locations. Read more

Elections

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Jade Wilson

Eastway Elementary was one of five Durham schools that received a Schools Improvement Grant. Eastway’s grant was worth $3.2 million over five years. Read more

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Durham's long-running, landmark LGBTQ film festival is updating its name and programming to reflect changing times. Read more

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Meet a few good doggos who are looking for a home and consider lending a helping paw. Read more

The Pets Issue

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Bob Karp

Our readers picks for the best places to get out and have a good time in the Triangle. Read more

Best of the Triangle

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Alex Boerner

Our readers pick the very best spots to wine and dine in the Triangle. Read more

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Our readers’ picks for the best in wellness for therapists, studios, and clinics for to relax, reset, recharge and feel your best. Read more

Best of the Triangle

Cash bail “often results in little public safety benefit while causing great harm to individuals and increasing recidivism.” Read more

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Take a tour of the best restaurants, bars, chefs, and changemakers in the Triangle’s diverse culinary scene. Read more

Features

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Photo by Lauren Allen

Take a tour of the best restaurants, bars, chefs, and changemakers in the Triangle’s diverse culinary scene. Read more

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Their concerns focus on two words in a twelve-page document: “sound mind.” Read more

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Her remarks focused on preparing children for a successful life, building affordable housing, and counteracting historic racial inequities. Read more

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Lawyers representing Niecey Fennell’s family say the settlement will “lead to significant policy changes” at the Durham County Detention Facility. Read more

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With a $1.2 million federal grant, the Durham County Department of Social Services and partner organizations are exploring how better collaboration can help survivors. Read more

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Durham Public Schools

Parents and teachers want to know more about how the system will create “a safe school environment that supports the whole child.” Read more

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Here’s what the concept known as direct supervision will look like. Read more

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“Consumers of color and low-wealth families still lack access to the mortgage market.” Read more

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“North Carolina really needs to figure out a way to support the most vulnerable population of households out there.” Read more

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They referred the recommendation - to display the damage statue, with context, indoors and turn its base into art that tells the monument's full history - for legal review. Read more

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    Jade Wilson

    Ingrid Saddler-Walker, Eastway Elementary guidance counselor and yoga teacher, instructs a class of students.

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    Jade Wilson

    Ingrid Saddler-Walker, Eastway Elementary guidance counselor and yoga teacher, instructs a class of students.

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    Uniece Fennell was found dead in a jail cell on March 23, 2017. An autopsy later determined she had committed suicide by hanging.