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Jose Nunez, a senior at Hillside High School, grins wide when asked if friends and family ask him to repair computers with the skills he's learned as an intern with Triangle Ecycling.
Annie Poe was chosen by the Cary Senior XYZ Club as the group's Queen of Valentine's Day.
Ponysaurus on tap : The Durham-based nanobrewery Ponysaurus is taking over the taps at the craft beer bottle shop Sam's on Saturday.
Fifty-nine jittery spellers representing schools across Durham and Orange counties took to the stage Saturday to compete in the fifth annual Duke Regional Spelling Bee, held in Page Auditorium on Duke University's West Campus.
A Boston real estate firm that recently opened an office in Durham has acquired four research laboratory buildings within Durham's Imperial Center business park occupied by companies like Pearl Therapeutics, Astadia and Novan Therapeutics.
A cafe and a fine dining restaurant have opened at 5240 Durham-Chapel Hill Boulevard off 15-501 between Durham and Chapel Hill near the New Hope Commons Shopping Center, and a beer garden will be added later this spring.
Durham's problematic suspension rate brought nearly 100 people to the Holton Career & Resource Center Monday to share concerns and possible solutions with the school board.
Durham County sheriff's deputies seized 2,200 weapons - including a bayonet - in the first year since the new downtown courthouse opened.
School children who are bullied are more than twice as likely to think about killing themselves and to make suicide attempts as their peers who aren't bullied, according to a new analysis.
The state Division of Employment Security has stopped publicly releasing hearing notices about contested unemployment claims after being notified by the U.S. Department of Labor that the information should be kept confidential.
Of course, all suck-ups make sure the boss is within earshot when we heartily proclaim, "Ooh, I love my job so much, I'd pay them to let me do it."
ProFootballTalk Turns out that college basketball may just have been a fun diversion when Jason Garrett and Tony Romo visited a Duke game on Saturday.
GiGi De La Torre and her son Lucas talked to Durham County master gardener Kat Causey about crabapple trees Sunday during the Food Truck Rodeo before getting a free seedling from Keep Durham Beautiful.
Public housing agencies offer several programs for residents who want to move into private housing or be more self-sufficient, including: Community Service and Self-Sufficiency Program: Federal rules require residents between the ages of 18 and 62, who don't work or meet other exemptions, such as having disability, to perform eight hours of ... (more)