The sad legacy of Lincoln Apartments

Lincoln Apartments sit in limbo as Durham Housing Authority seeks money to put plans into action
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Live: Jeremy Denk pounds out a classical music mixtape

Live: Jeremy Denk pounds out a classical music mixtape

In Durham, pianist Jeremy Denk offered rich, modern and occasionally cheeky takes on a handful of classical compositions.

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Silicon Valley radio station reporting Google has officially selected Raleigh-Durham for fiber

Silicon Valley radio station reporting Google has officially selected Raleigh-Durham for fiber

Google's mystery announcement, scheduled for Wednesday, now demystified

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Developer drops plans for North Raleigh Publix

Developer drops plans for North Raleigh Publix

Announcement comes three weeks after City delayed vote on rezoning

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Socialism alert: North Carolina GOP Senator Harry Brown wants to redistribute the wealth

Socialism alert: North Carolina GOP Senator Harry Brown wants to redistribute the wealth

Republican Robin Hood: "Wealthy counties are getting wealthier ... poorer ones ... poorer"

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U.S. judges to decide whether man who hit wife can keep gun, stemming from local case

U.S. judges to decide whether man who hit wife can keep gun, stemming from local case

Fourth Circuit judges will rule on whether assault on a female constitutes domestic violence

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Third Film:Acoustic installment announced with Neko Case and <i>Repo Man</i>

Third Film:Acoustic installment announced with Neko Case and Repo Man

Case will discuss the cult hit with the film's executive producer (and former Monkee) Michael Nesmith.

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In 1991, at age 16, Cumberland County native Terrance Wilkerson broke into several homes. Convicted of second-degree burglary, he was sentenced to 50 years. Last fall, Wilkerson made parole.

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