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This Week Could Mark the End of the Web as We Know It

This Week Could Mark the End of the Web as We Know It

The FCC is about to repeal net neutrality. Here’s what that means for you.

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Durham’s Public Housing Is Aging and Deteriorating. Is Partnering with Private Investors the Answer?

Durham County Most residents are unaware of the coming changes. Those who are are skeptical.

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The Disruption on the New Raleigh City Council Is a Blast from the Past

Triangulator Some council members rebelled against the mayor

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The Durham County Commission Asks the NCGA to Hold Off on Class-Size Reductions

Triangulator DPS doesn’t have the money to comply

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For Years, Raleigh’s Zoning Inspectors Have Been Tasked with Duties They’re Not Equipped to Do

Wake County Fixing that problem will cost as much as $700 per new house

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Advocates Worry That a Proposed Change to Raleigh’s Zoning Code Might Leave Some Older Residents Vulnerable

Wake County Under the proposal, a developer could set up a home for twenty elders per acre with no special-use permit or waiting period

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An N.C. Company Played a Big Role in the Bush Administration’s Extraordinary Renditions. There’s Never Been a State Investigation.

North Carolina Last week, the Commission of Inquiry on Torture held a two-day hearing to discuss the matter

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Who Wants to Be a City Council Member? Durham Is Currently Taking Applications.

Durham County The city council will appoint someone to fill new mayor Steve Schewel’s seat

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New Jersey Offered Amazon $7 Billion for HQ2. Can the Triangle Keep Up?

Triangulator A look at the incentives some of our competitors are proposing makes clear that the tech giant has us over a barrel

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Wake Commissioners Want Raleigh to Reconsider Granny Flats

Triangulator Commissioners passed a resolution Monday night encouraging the proliferation of accessory dwelling units

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A Grand Jury Will Soon Look into Missing Funds at the Wake County Register of Deeds Office

Triangulator More than $2.3 million vanished. Indictments are possible.

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A Small Team inside Durham’s City Hall Is Tackling the Big Challenge of Residents Returning from Incarceration

Durham County “The survival skills you learn to survive incarcerated are often times directly contradictory to the survival skills you need to thrive in a workplace.”

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Pressure Mounts for the Senate Judiciary Committee to Demand Answers from Thomas Farr

North Carolina Both The Washington Post and a coalition of left-leaning groups have asked the Senate to take another look at Farr’s involvement in a Jesse Helms voter intimidation scheme.

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Is Durham Getting Safer? Let’s Dig Into the Numbers and Find Out.

Triangulator Last week, the DPD released its third-quarter crime report

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A Black Feminist Bookmobile Is Coming to Durham

Triangulator “Literally, there are black feminist books in their cars and homes; they share black feminist books with other people.”

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How Raleigh’s John Pavlovitz Went from Fired Megachurch Pastor to Rising Star of the Religious Left

News Feature “One day you’re unemployed; the next day CNN calls”

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Alamance County’s Notorious Sheriff Hurt His Shin, and He Wants an Anti-Confederate Protester from Durham to Pay for It

News Feature Terry Johnson says Rann Bar-on struck his leg with a flagpole. Can Bar-on get a fair trial on Johnson’s turf?

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