Publication: Durham Herald-Sun

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Council begins review of Bonfield report on police

DURHAM —Two of Durham’s big-three political groups and at least one key City Council member feel City Manager Tom Bonfield report on the Durham Police Department didn’t go far enough in restricting so-called “consent” searches.The issue specifically concerns ... [Published Durham Herald-Sun - 56 mins ago]
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NCCU to hold ‘Hands Up’ rally to protest Ferguson shooting

DURHAM —Local university students are joining “hands up, don’t shoot” demonstrations that have been staged around the country in protest of the Aug. 9 shooting death of Michael Brown, an unarmed black teenager, in Ferguson, Missouri.The N.C. Central University ... [Published Durham Herald-Sun - 2 hours ago]
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Court officials warn of jury scam

DURHAM —Durham County court officials have been informed that a Durham County resident was recently targeted in a scam involving jury duty.A caller informed the resident that a bench warrant had been issued because they had failed to report for jury duty. ... [Published Durham Herald-Sun - 2 hours ago]
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ArtsCenter announces staff changes

CARRBORO —The ArtsCenter in Carrboro has announced new positions in the wake of the retirement of its executive director earlier this month.Noel James, who is currently the ArtsCenter’s arts in education coordinator, will begin duties as interim director ... [Published Durham Herald-Sun - 2 hours ago]
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Rescue Mission’s giveaway prepares kids for school

DURHAM —When Hurricane Sandy forced Kathy McKinnon to leave her home in Newark, New Jersey, she considered where she should start a new life with her family.She chose Durham.“I looked on the Web and saw that Durham was one of the top six places in the ... [Published Durham Herald-Sun - 3 hours ago]
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Letters to the Editor, August 22

As a volunteer with the Durham VA Medical Center, I have been impressed with many facets of the treatment offered to veterans. The Recreation Therapy Department provides an array of interesting classes and therapies, including creative writing and music ... [Published Durham Herald-Sun - 3 hours ago]
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UNC investigating dorm break-ins

CHAPEL HILL —University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill campus police are investigating two separate burglaries that happened at the same residence hall early Wednesday morning.According to an Alert Carolina warning sent out to students Thursday, victims ... [Published Durham Herald-Sun - 7 hours ago]
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Calendar of Events, Friday, August 22 - Thursday, August 28

CHURCH/SPIRITUALITY/12-STEPCAIN’S CHAPEL MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH - 2001 St. Mary’s Road, Hillsborough, NC 27278 cainschapelmbc.org                Reverend Obadele St. George, Pastor- Missionary Auxiliary - Seventy -eighth Anniversary ,  Sunday, Aug. ... [Published Durham Herald-Sun - 9 hours ago]
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‘Unexplained racial disparity’

City Manager Tom Bonfield’s request that the Police Department explain why the vast majority of marijuana arrests in this city are of black people suggests two reactions.One, and we truly mean this, is – yes! It is exactly right that Bonfield – indeed, ... [Published Durham Herald-Sun - 21 hours ago]
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Fire displaces 6 children, 1 adult

DURHAM —Six children and an adult were displaced when their home caught fire Wednesday morning and destroyed several rooms, fire officials said. No one was hurt.City firefighters were called at 11:29 a.m. to a one-story house at 205 W. Weaver St., about ... [Published Durham Herald-Sun - 22 hours ago]
First reported Aug 20 2014 - Updated Aug 20 2014 - 1 reports

Committee OKs raise plan for UNC faculty, administrators

CHAPEL HILL —A plan to dole out a flat $5 million to the University of North Carolina system campuses for raises for faculty and administrators was approved by the Board of Governors finance committee on Wednesday.State lawmakers included the raise money ... [Published Durham Herald-Sun - Aug 20 2014]
First reported Aug 20 2014 - Updated Aug 20 2014 - 1 reports

Bicyclists secondary in Club Blvd. plan, city official says

DURHAM —Accommodating bicyclists on West Club Boulevard isn’t a “primary objective” of a $350,000 traffic-calming project that will narrow five intersections in the Watts Hospital-Hillandale neighborhood, Durham’s transportation director says.The proposed ... [Published Durham Herald-Sun - Aug 20 2014]

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Council begins review of Bonfield report on police [Published Durham Herald-Sun - 57 mins ago]
Court officials warn of jury scam [Published Durham Herald-Sun - 2 hours ago]
NCCU to hold ‘Hands Up’ rally to protest Fergus... [Published Durham Herald-Sun - 2 hours ago]
ArtsCenter announces staff changes [Published Durham Herald-Sun - 2 hours ago]
Rescue Mission’s giveaway prepares kids for school [Published Durham Herald-Sun - 3 hours ago]
Letters to the Editor, August 22 [Published Durham Herald-Sun - 3 hours ago]
UNC investigating dorm break-ins [Published Durham Herald-Sun - 7 hours ago]
Calendar of Events, Friday, August 22 - Thursda... [Published Durham Herald-Sun - 9 hours ago]
‘Unexplained racial disparity’ [Published Durham Herald-Sun - 21 hours ago]
Fire displaces 6 children, 1 adult [Published Durham Herald-Sun - 22 hours ago]
Ackland, Women’s Center, Botanical Garden face ... [Published Durham Herald-Sun - Aug 20 2014]
Bicyclists secondary in Club Blvd. plan, city o... [Published Durham Herald-Sun - Aug 20 2014]
Committee OKs raise plan for UNC faculty, admin... [Published Durham Herald-Sun - Aug 20 2014]
Johnny T-shirt to carry on in memory of owner [Published Durham Herald-Sun - Aug 20 2014]
DPS teacher raises money for Ferguson students [Published Durham Herald-Sun - Aug 20 2014]
Southern Folklife Collection marks 25 years [Published Durham Herald-Sun - Aug 20 2014]
Jury awards cataract patient $1.5M in malpracti... [Published Durham Herald-Sun - Aug 20 2014]
Man indicted in teen's death [Published Durham Herald-Sun - Aug 20 2014]
DCIA considering changes to events, meetings [Published Durham Herald-Sun - Aug 20 2014]
Letters to the Editor, August 21 [Published Durham Herald-Sun - Aug 20 2014]
Business briefs, Aug. 20 [Published Durham Herald-Sun - Aug 20 2014]
Whitted project gets housing tax credits [Published Durham Herald-Sun - Aug 19 2014]
The calm after the storm [Published Durham Herald-Sun - Aug 19 2014]
Duke first-year students move in to East Campus... [Published Durham Herald-Sun - Aug 19 2014]
Council approves Argos incentives [Published Durham Herald-Sun - Aug 19 2014]
Bonfield: DPD has to explain pot-arrest racial ... [Published Durham Herald-Sun - Aug 19 2014]
A moment of silence for former school board att... [Published Durham Herald-Sun - Aug 19 2014]
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