Developer Bob Chapman sees the Downtown Loop as “a girdle” on Durham's city center, “binding and preventing downtown from growing.” He and business partner Rob Dickson want to convert the road to two-way traffic and make it more friendly to pedestrians.
The General Assembly began its 2015 session on Jan. 28, and almost immediately neighborhood leaders were put on notice to expect another bill to repeal a neighbor’s time-honored right to oppose a rezoning with an official protest petition.
The digital home for the Triangle arts community that connects visual and performing artists, venues and audiences in a lively conversation that builds engagement, community support for artists and awareness of the arts’ economic impact.
A one-cent rise in the property-tax rate could be part of the city’s 2015-16 budget, if the fire and police departments show “data and strategy” to support requests for added firefighters and officers.
In “Selma’s” climactic scene, it’s Bloody Sunday, March 7, 1965. Activists weep and wail, crumpled and bleeding in the street, caring for one another’s injuries as best they can after their first attempt at marching across the Edmund Pettus Bridge.
A 22-year-old Durham woman was arrested Wednesday on felony charges, including theft of a gun, in connection with a string of break-ins to cars in neighborhoods off Garrett Road on the city's west side.
Kendal Bushick’s goal with 14 minutes left in the second half proved to be the difference as the Cavaliers held off the Chargers for a 3-2 home field win Tuesday in a Triangle Independent School Athletic Conference match.