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Humongous rivalry games highlight grid weekend

Humongous rivalry games highlight grid weekend

Titles on the line as uber-rivals square off.

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New report shows North Carolina can achieve 20 percent solar by 2030

New report shows North Carolina can achieve 20 percent solar by 2030

N.C.'s solar energy technical potential could meet the state's energy needs 33 times over

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Durham City Council to discuss affordable housing, transit and Erwin Square project today

Durham City Council to discuss affordable housing, transit and Erwin Square project today

Also on today's City Council agenda: roadside memorials policy, bounce houses and dog poo

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Bragtown heat: An audio tale of growing up in Durham in the '50s and '60s

Bragtown heat: An audio tale of growing up in Durham in the '50s and '60s

A taste of summer in the winter, courtesy of Audio Under the Stars

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Dan Kane is one hell of a reporter and when he was the Durham reporter I knew him for his …

by Steve Bocckino on The standard of actual malice is a focus of oral arguments before N.C. Court of Appeals (North Carolina)

lol at the N&O.

And these "reporters" have nothing on the lies and distortions of Dan Kane.

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by Peer Review on The standard of actual malice is a focus of oral arguments before N.C. Court of Appeals (North Carolina)

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