Durham News

January 29, 2015 1:21 PM

Club Boulevard traffic plan survives neighbor’s challenge

The city's plan for slowing traffic on West Club Boulevard has survived another challenge from some neighborhood homeowners upset that more than a dozen historic trees will have to be felled.

Related content

Comments

Videos

More Videos

Should Selma Middle School stay in local hands? 0:55

Should Selma Middle School stay in local hands?

Demonstrators loudly urge Chancellor Folt to take down Silent Sam 1:27

Demonstrators loudly urge Chancellor Folt to take down Silent Sam

UNC’s Silent Sam has long been a flash point 1:38

UNC’s Silent Sam has long been a flash point

Confederate flag-waving counterprotesters show up at anti-Silent Sam vigil 1:15

Confederate flag-waving counterprotesters show up at anti-Silent Sam vigil

NC principals may retire to avoid pay cuts 1:52

NC principals may retire to avoid pay cuts

Emotions run high at 'Silent Sam' protest at UNC 1:44

Emotions run high at 'Silent Sam' protest at UNC

Faith leaders protest outside of Rep. Devin Nunes' office 0:54

Faith leaders protest outside of Rep. Devin Nunes' office

Solemn arrival at RDU Airport 0:56

Solemn arrival at RDU Airport

Outer Banks residents brace for Hurricane Maria 1:04

Outer Banks residents brace for Hurricane Maria

More NFL players sit, take a knee following Trump criticism 1:44

More NFL players sit, take a knee following Trump criticism

  • NCCU's new chancellor introduced

    Dr. Johnson O. Akinleye is congratulated after being named the new chancellor of N.C. Central University. Dr. Akinleye is the 12th chief executive of the university, succeeding Chancellor Debra Saunders-White who died last November.