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Environmentalists Fear RDU’s Expansion Plans Will Damage Umstead

Environmentalists Fear RDU’s Expansion Plans Will Damage Umstead

The airport’s Vision 2040 master plan isn’t done, but there are already protests

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Metered Parking Is (Probably) Coming to Downtown Durham This Fall

Durham County The expects to generate more than $1.1 million

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When the Sir Walter Apartments Building Is Sold, Raleigh May Lose 140 Affordable Units

Wake County If the city doesn’t buy it, there’s not much it can do to keep the affordable housing in place

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The Woodhouse Brothers Get into a Twitter Feud, Democracy Loses

Triangulator One brother wants to suppress the vote. The other called him out on it. Mom must be proud.

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Forget Politicians. Durham Wants to Talk about the Elections Process.

Triangulator Eliminate the runoff? Instant runoff voting? Changes may be coming to Durham elections—just not anytime soon

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From 2010–2014, Wake County Found 40 Private Wells with Dangerous Levels of Uranium. Then It Stopped Testing.

Wake County In 2014, former Wake County Water Quality Division leadership directed staff to stop uranium testing based on interpretation of county well regulations.

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Durham Officials Hope to Replicate a Raleigh Gang Truce

Durham County Last month, Raleigh gangs declared a cease-fire. The organizers of that truce look to do the same in Durham

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Coal Ash and North Carolina: A Timeline

Triangulator It’s been a tough week at DHHS. Let’s review how we got here

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Durham Homicides Up 31 Percent over Last Year

Triangulator Overall, however, crime is down 10 percent

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The General Assembly and the Equal Protection Clause: A Love Story

Triangulator Four times this year, courts have ruled state laws in violation of the Fourteenth Amendment

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Political Cartoonists Hate HB 2 Just as Much as You Do

Triangulator An HB 2-specific exhibit at Horse & Buggy Press will feature some of the top names in cartooning, including our own Cullum Rogers

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A gym that costs between $40 and $50 a month for an individual will not be impacted by the city …

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I see the proposal mentions the expected revenue....I can't find in the council meeting minutes the cost to purchase and …

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