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Wake Commissioners Are Angry About the Register of Deeds Mess, But They Don’t Want to Point Fingers

Wake Commissioners Are Angry About the Register of Deeds Mess, But They Don’t Want to Point Fingers

County officials didn’t audit former register Laura Roddick’s office because they trusted her

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A New Exhibit Lays Bare How White Privilege Has Influenced Durham’s Past and Present

Durham County Uneven Ground is a project of Bull City 150,

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Preservation NC Says the DPD’s Soon-to-Be-Former HQ Isn’t Just Another Government Building

Triangulator It has historical significance, in fact, and the group wants it preserved

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Durham’s Mayoral Candidates Have Raised Lots of Money. How Much Has Come from Outside City Limits?

Triangulator Presumed frontrunner Steve Schewel has the lowest amount raised, the lowest average donation, and the smallest percentage of non-Durham cash

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The N.C. DEQ Delays Making a Decision on the Atlantic Coast Pipeline

Triangulator It’s a big win for environmentalists

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The Durham City Council wants to establish rules for officials' social media use

Mind Your Manners
Durham County The Durham City Council approved a policy on Monday directing elected and appointed officials on how to use social media. Three council members voted against

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Raleigh Businesses Team Up to Help Houston’s Hurricane Harvey Victims

Triangulator On Saturday, some thirty businesses will donate a portion of their proceeds

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Here Are the Seven Candidates Running for Raleigh’s Two At-Large Seats

Wake County With one incumbent bowing out, the city council’s status quo might be upended

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The Radicals Who Toppled a Confederate Monument Have Sparked a National Conversation. But Who Are They?

Durham County The demonstrations in Durham have thrust local activists into the spotlight

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Can Learning to Draw Make Duke Medical Students Better Doctors?

North Carolina “This is how people learned the human body centuries ago—they drew it”

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There Are 27,385 DACA Recipients in North Carolina. Now Their Lives Are in Limbo.

Triangulator They came here as kids, and now may be sent back to somewhere they don't belong.

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Raleigh Pollster Dean Debnam Wants to Show Wake Commissioners That Their School Funding Vote Could Have Consequences

Triangulator Five commissioners were trailing a hypothetical female candidate by fifty percentage points

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The Durham Jail Will Roll Out Video Visitation Next Month. Activists Are Concerned.

Triangulator The Sheriff’s Office pledges that it is not getting rid of in-person visits

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Is It Time for Durham to Rethink Its Unusual Method of Electing Some City Council Members?

Durham County If Durham moved to a true-ward system, district representatives would no longer be elected citywide

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The Saga of Forest Hills Apartments Ended Last Week. Wake County’s Affordable Housing Struggle Continues.

Wake County “We’re in an affordable housing desert. People are being priced out, forced out, and shut out.”

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The Boss: N.C. AFL-CIO Secretary-Treasurer MaryBe McMillan on Shattering Stereotypes and Organizing in an Antiunion State

Triangulator “It’s not going to be Donald Trump or Bernie Sanders or Elizabeth Warren that’s going to save the middle class”

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