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Leah Abrams

"We wanted to show what a wide range of people are currently struggling with housing in the city of Durham." Read more

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Steve Oliva

In just over a year, UMD families went from staying an average of 33 days to 116; singles have increased their length of stay from 24 to 77 days. Read more

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Courtesy of Weaver Street Market

The Triangle co-op will be the first grocer in North Carolina to eliminate single-use bags. Read more

North Carolina

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Photo illustration by Steve Oliva

Durham does not yet have a single protected bike lane downtown. “How this plays with scooters is anyone’s guess.” Read more

Durham County

House Bill 393 would amend laws around abuse of juveniles, abuse that occurs while a person is incapacitated, and distribution of date rape drugs. Read more

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The former Army Reserve Center on Carroll Street will be demolished and replaced with up to sixty-five units for people who have experienced homelessness. Read more

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City of Durham via Twitter

Both companies let their bike share permits lapse last month, but are hoping to bring electric scooters to the Bull City. Read more

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City officials had asked Allied Universal Security Services to respond to reports by the INDY that it was involved in lawsuits and criminal cases. Read more

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The newly formed Workers' Rights Commission, which will advise the City Council on pro-worker policies, needs thirteen members. Read more

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Duke University

Through her recent book, Deondra Rose examines the role that higher education policies have played in empowering American women. Read more

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“I think we need to determine whether these incidents are the result of a few bad actors or if there’s a culture within the company that encourages or enables harmful behavior.” Read more

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