• Issue Archive for
  • Jun 25 - Jul 2, 2008
  • Vol. 25, No. 26

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Columns

  • In living color

    Over the next several months, the print edition of the Indy will focus more on narrative stories, graphics and photography that rely more heavily on analysis and context rather than on the urgency of the news cycle.

News

  • N.C. weighs protection for gay workers

    Legislation to ban discrimination against gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people in state employment failed to pass either house of the General Assembly during the 2007 long session, making it ineligible to be considered this year.
  • N.C. PIRG: Pay for transit

    A better use of "economic stimulus" money would be to provide federal aid to public-transit projects that would reduce our dependence on cars and imported oil for the long term.

Elections

  • Bordley wins Durham school board seat
  • Bordley wins Durham school board seat

    With less than five percent of Durham's registered voters showing up at the polls yesterday, Leigh Bordley won handily over Jonathan Alston in the runoff for the at-large seat on the Durham Public Schools Board of Education.
  • Durham County

    Candidates for District Court Judge, County Commissioners, District Attorney, Register of Deeds, and Soil and Water Conservation District Supervisor
  • Wake County

    Candidates for Superior Court Judge, District Court Judge, County Commissioners, Register of Deeds, and Soil and Water Conservation District Supervisor
  • Orange County

    Candidates for County Commissioners, District Court Judge, and Soil and Water Conservation District Supervisor
  • Chatham County

    Candidates for County Commissioners, Board of Education, Register of Deeds, and Soil and Water Conservation District Supervisor

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