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Editorial: New day for Victory graduates
The 33 people who earned their special diplomas on Tuesday became the largest graduating class ever for the mission program.
6 hrs ago
Injured military compete in Valor Games
About 100 injured military veterans and those on active duty are competing against each other this week in the Valor Games Southeast.
Wed May 22, 2013
Two dead in Durham apparent murder-suicide
A man and woman were killed in an apparent murder-suicide outside an office complex on a service road along Durham-Chapel Hill Boulevard on Wednesday.
Two men arrested in robbery, kidnapping
A Durham police officer arrested two men on armed robbery, kidnapping and assault charges early Wednesday after a male who had been kidnapped escaped and flagged the officer down for help.
Getting ready for the Greek Festival
This week at Saint Barbara Greek Orthodox Church, the first of hundreds of cookies were being prepared in anticipation of the church's annual Greek Festival.
Online tool helps control blood pressure long term
In a new study, people with high blood pressure who could communicate with their pharmacists online had better blood pressure control a year after that service ended.
'NC Engine' still sorting through next-gen broadband proposals
The cities and universities behind a project that hopes to wire Winston-Salem and several Triangle-area communities with ultra-high-speed broadband are well into the process of selecting one or more vendors.
Long-Term Outcomes After Invasive Management for Older Patients With...
Correspondence to Matthew T. Roe, MD, Duke Clinical Research Institute, 2400 Pratt St, Room 7035, Durham, NC 27705.
Generous salary. 5 days within the same office - no need to travel to different locations.
Tue May 21, 2013
Eastern Wake News
Wendell mayor opposes expanded transit
The drafted plan he opposes would raise sales taxes by a half-cent to pay for expanded bus service to every Wake town and install a commuter rail between Raleigh, Durham and Chapel Hill.
Downtown Durham Inc. hires new leader
Durham, 42, starts his new job in July, DDI announced Monday. He succeeds Bill Kalkhof, who led the organization for 20 years before retiring at the end of April.
Medical News Today
Improving Outpatient Care In The Control Of Heart Disease Risk Factors
Control of heart disease risk factors varies widely among outpatient practices, according to a study presented at the American Heart Association's Quality of Care and Outcomes Research Scientific Sessions 2013.
Mon May 20, 2013
Story of Mom Who Has Overcome Obstacles Wins Patch Contest
From moms that rock the volunteer scene to moms who always know the right thing to say, dozens of entries into Patch's "Why My Mom is Best" contest warmed our hearts and made us smile.
Rocky Mount Telegram
Autopsy finds Wake County deputies shot mental patient in back
An autopsy report says Wake County sheriff's deputies shot an unarmed mental patient four times, including once at point-blank range in the back.
Sun May 19, 2013
Evansville Courier & Press
Grapefruit shown to lower blood pressure
Q: From about 1985 till about 2005, my blood pressure ran about 150/90, and I needed antihypertensive medications.
Raleigh police await opinion on Internet sweepstakes parlors
City Attorney Tom McCormick has told the Raleigh City Council that he’s waiting for guidance from Wake County District Attorney Colon Willoughby.
Sat May 18, 2013
The Cookery is transformative venture in West Durham
He ended up having a random conversation that has transformed not only his life but also his city.
Editorial: Not sold on single-gender school plan
Can a district already so strapped for cash that it has to scrounge to keep teacher assistants on the payroll one more year afford to launch a multi-million dollar experiment to save the boys of Durham? Last week, The Herald-Sun reported about a proposed partnership between Durham Public Schools and Maureen Joy Charter School that would establish ... (more)
Another mugging reported at Durham bank
Police said a man with a gun came up to a woman making a deposit at the Wells Fargo on Hope Valley Road.
Birds and Arrows credit Bill Hudson.JPG
For their third release, "Coyotes," the wife-and-husband-duo of Andrea and Pete Connolly - better known as Birds and Arrows - wanted to extend their sound palette.