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Durham was host to some of the key moments of the Civil Rights Movement in the 1950s and 1960s. The first "sit-in" of the Movement took place in Durham when young African Americans sat at "white-only" booths at the segregated Royal Ice Cream Parlor and refused to move. The city is also home to Duke University, one of the most renowned universities in the United States.

Population: 223284
Local Newspapers: The Herald-Sun The News & Observer
Local Sports Teams: Durham Bulls (International League)
Local Colleges: Duke University North Carolina Central University

Zip Codes associated with durham, north carolina: 27701 27703 27704 27705 27707 27712 27713
Towns/Cities near durham, north carolina : Chapel Hill Gorman Creedmoor Hillsborough Morrisville

Durham News
7 hurt when man drives into crowd outside N. Carolina club

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Chapel Hilla s Carolina Square bringing more shops and restaurants to Franklin Street

When the Carolina Square project announced it was bringing a small Target to Franklin Street, it got big attention from students and residents alike. But beyond the Target, Carolina Square has now leased 85 percent of its retail space, bringing seven more businesses to downtown Chapel Hill, according to commercial real estate firm CBRE , which is helping developer Northwood Ravin lease the project.

How much is a Confederate statue worth? Political group says $0.

The Confederate statue in front of the old Durham County courthouse was toppled by protesters on Aug. 14. Its remains are now in a county warehouse. People's Alliance, which endorsed all five county commissioners, wants them to value it at zero dollars.

Witness: Woman tried to stop suspect before fatal Durham crash

At about 9 p.m., Donnell T. Williams, 32, of Durham, was driving a car hit a van on Highway 70, near Sherron Road before crashing into a building. Williams then proceeded through a Burger King parking lot and onto Mineral Springs Road, where he hit another vehicle head-on.

Two Durham schools on shortlist for NC's Innovative School District despite asking to be excluded

The ISD, formerly known as the Achievement School District, will take five struggling schools from across the state and hand them over to charter school operators, who will manage and run the schools in an effort to improve their academic performance. Two schools will be chosen this year, and three next year.

Durham police open City Hall, remove suspicious letter for testing

Police opened City Hall for business after evacuating people for about 30 minutes Tuesday morning while investigating a suspicious package on the second floor. The second floor of City Hall was evacuated due to a suspicious envelope that was sent to City Manager Tom Bonfield, according to a city press release.

'We needed that type of win,' said NCCU coach Jerry Mack

NCCU quarterback Naill Ramadan takes about being ready when his number was called late in the North Carolina Central University game against SC State University. Duke football coach addresses Chazz Surratt recruitment, which saw quarterback Chazz Surratt commit to Duke in 2015 before signing with rival UNC.

Panel weighs governor request to move Confederate monuments RALEIGH,...

The location of three Confederate memorials standing on North Carolina's old Capitol grounds for over a century could depend on a panel of professors and historic preservation boosters asked by the governor to move the monuments to a Civil War battle site. The North Carolina Historical Commission meets Friday to consider Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper's request to relocate the monuments to Bentonville Battlefield, which is about 50 miles south of Raleigh.

IWW protesters get new court date

Two men charged with assaulting law-enforcement officers - including the sheriff - while protesting a Confederate Memorial Day rally on Court Square in May are scheduled to be back in court Oct. 9 after missing court Wednesday, Sept. 20. Rann Baron, 37, of 201 N. Drive St., Durham, and William Anthony Hood, 34, of 145 Kingsbury Drive, Chapel Hill, were scheduled to appear in court Wednesday.

UNC Students Create Silent Sam Audio Tour

Students at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill have developed an audio tour app to facilitate discussion about race, history and Silent Sam. No Longer Silent is a project of the sixteen students in Sabine Gruffat's digital art class.

Durham police asking for information about hotel robbery

Durham police are asking the public for information about a Sept. 18 robbery at Staybridge Suites on Mount Moriah Road.

Hoist heisted in Durham

The truck, a 2007 Sterling crane truck worth about $100,000, was last seen in the 1100 block of Rosedale Creek Drive near Andrews Chapel Road around 6 p.m. When workers returned to the site Tuesday morning, the crane was gone, police said. Anyone with information about the theft is asked to call Durham police Cpl.

Duke Lifeflight patient and crew remembered at memorial service

A memorial service in Duke Chapel for pilot Jeff Burke, flight nurses Kris Harrison and Crystal Sollinger, and patient Mary Bartlett remembers the lives and contributions of the victims of the crash of a Duke Lifeflight helicopter Sept. 7, 2017.

To become a citizen

Fifty-nine people from 23 different countries wave small American flags for a group photo before a Naturalization Ceremony at Wayne Community College Wednesday morning as part of the Constitution Day celebration. Fifty-nine people from 23 different countries recited the oath of allegiance during a naturalization ceremony at WCC Wednesday morning.

Press release distribution, EDGAR filing, XBRL, regulatory filings

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Woman who allegedly shot trooper is person of interest in robberies: Crime Insider

The woman who allegedly shot a Virginia State Trooper during a high-speed police chase Tuesday night is also a person of interest in two recent armed robberies in South Richmond, Crime Insider sources tell Jon Burkett. Those sources say Karisa Shyane Daniels, of Durham, North Carolina is definitely a person of interest because she matches the description of a woman who held up two businesses on September 12 on Midlothian Turnpike.

GoTriangle says Durham-Orange light-rail train might drop you off here, too

GoTriangle officials are still studying the possibility of adding a 19th station to the Durham-Orange light-rail line. The proposed station would be at the Durham Performing Arts Center on Pettigrew Street in downtown Durham.

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