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The Loop is a badlands. We should get rid of it.

City, developers weight politics, cost and benefits of a two-way loop in downtown Durham
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Wake County voters not so keen on the General Assembly’s redistricting plan

Wake County voters not so keen on the General Assembly’s redistricting plan

A new poll finds that 60 percent of Wake County voters oppose Republican efforts to change the way county commissioners are elected.

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Feels like the third time: Lawmakers try to overturn Durham billboard ordinance

Feels like the third time: Lawmakers try to overturn Durham billboard ordinance

Bill would create "uniform" billboard legislation, undermine local control

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Raleigh ranked 13th U.S. city for solar

Raleigh ranked 13th U.S. city for solar

Despite rapid industry growth, advocates say there are still barriers to solar installation in North Carolina

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"We care about the human race": An interview with Black Pussy

"We care about the human race": An interview with Black Pussy

Breniecia Reuben talks to Black Pussy about band name backlash and ... a guitar tuning that will save humanity?

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N.C. Senator introduces bill to raise pay for veteran teachers

N.C. Senator introduces bill to raise pay for veteran teachers

Legislation would adjust pay raise scale for all public school teachers

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Live: The music of Boulez, in real life

Live: The music of Boulez, in real life

A rare concert of Pierre Boulez's music in Chapel Hill advocates for the music.

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