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UNC School of Education revamping teacher education

DURHAM —A proposed program redesign at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Education would raise the requirements for many aspiring preschool, elementary and middle school teachers.The school plans to continue its bachelor’s degree ... [Published Durham Herald-Sun - 9 hours ago]
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Durham VAMC addresses concerns at town hall meeting

DURHAM —Veterans had the chance to express their healthcare concerns at a town hall meeting Tuesday evening outside of the Durham VA Medical Center.A panel of executives of the Durham VA and other regional staff fielded questions for about 90 minutes ... [Published Durham Herald-Sun - 5 hours ago]
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Letters to the Editor, Sept. 17

Self-righteousness a threatPeople would fear a deadly virus more, if they could see it, than robbers or hijackers. There are behaviors we would change now if we realized their toxic outcomes. Instead we’re seduced by their deceptively charming beginnings. ... [Published Durham Herald-Sun - 8 hours ago]
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City adopts written-consent policy for searches

DURHAM —Starting Oct. 1, all Durham Police Department officers will obtain a person’s written permission before undertaking a so-called “consent search” of a vehicle or building.The decision squares with the wishes of the City Council, but was confirmed ... [Published Durham Herald-Sun - 8 hours ago]
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Embracing immigrant children

For the past few months, we’ve seen dispiriting scenes across the country as the arrival of unattended immigrant children sparked anger and xenophobia.While we don’t agree with those who would summarily send the children back to the crime-ridden and dangerous ... [Published Durham Herald-Sun - 8 hours ago]
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DPS breakfast program wins $50,000 award

DURHAM —The school district’s Child Nutrition Services division continues to get high marks and awards, too, for its program started this year to provide all Durham Public Schools students with free breakfast.The latest accolade was announced Tuesday ... [Published Durham Herald-Sun - 9 hours ago]
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Court upholds 2012 search by DPD

DURHAM —Police officers were within their rights in 2012 to detain a man they found sleeping in a car at the Liberty Street public-housing complex long enough to have a police dog check the vehicle, state appellate judges say.“The seizure was supported ... [Published Durham Herald-Sun - 9 hours ago]
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GoPass available to Durham Tech students

DURHAM —More than 500 Durham Tech students have picked up a GoPass in the first week of its distribution.GoPass is a free bus pass from Triangle Transit that allows eligible Durham Tech students to ride city and regional buses via Triangle Transit to ... [Published Durham Herald-Sun - 10 hours ago]
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Panelists talk STEM collaboration, employment and design

DURHAM —At a panel discussing STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) education Tuesday morning, President and CEO of Research Triangle Park Bob Geolas said society has turned math and science into something scary.Debates have been started about ... [Published Durham Herald-Sun - 10 hours ago]
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Head Start to celebrate grand (re)opening

DURHAM —Durham Head Start is inviting the community to attend a 2 p.m. grand opening ceremony Friday at the agency, 215 West Seminary Ave.The agency, which provides pre-Kindergarten classes for 3- and 4-year-olds, is re-opening after transitioning to ... [Published Durham Herald-Sun - 10 hours ago]
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Buzz: New street food truck

Bull City Street Food, a food truck specializing in international cuisine, has opened.The truck was started by Harry Monds, who in the late ’90s and early 2000s was behind The Blue Sage and Time Table, which is now the location of Bull McCabe’s.“We’re ... [Published Durham Herald-Sun - 11 hours ago]
First reported Sep 15 2014 - Updated Sep 15 2014 - 2 reports

Police log, Sept. 16

Man shot on Fayetteville St.DURHAM – Police are investigating a shooting that happened Monday afternoon on Fayetteville Street.Officers were dispatched at 12:24 p.m. Monday to the 2500 block of Fayetteville between Nash Street and Burlington Avenue. A ... [Published Durham Herald-Sun - Sep 15 2014]

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...CNN reported her retort to Gov. Branstad’s position: "My God. This is a humanitarian crisis…It's a simple thing to begin to say, what's important in this world?"
"Three years ago, we celebrated with Duke Energy at the completion of our first 5 MW solar farm in Cleveland County – and Strata recently passed the 325 MW mark with more than 65 farms generating power in the Southeast,” said Strata Solar CEO Markus Wilhelm in a release. “We take a lot of pride in our work, and we are thrilled to be announcing this partnership between Strata Solar and Duke Energy on what will be the largest solar farm on the East Coast."
"liberal party” of today is one of demeaning and degrading America at every turn as they march on with their abuse of power even at the edge of so-called "social justice" which denounces freedom to work and wages for an honest day of work."
In fact, the importance of partnership is written into our mission statement:  "Our mission is to partner with individuals, families and the community to help our residents achieve physical, social and financial well-being."   We are committed to providing services to those in need, whether they are 8 days old or 80 years old...

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Durham VAMC addresses concerns at town hall mee... [Published Durham Herald-Sun - 5 hours ago]
Letters to the Editor, Sept. 17 [Published Durham Herald-Sun - 8 hours ago]
City adopts written-consent policy for searches [Published Durham Herald-Sun - 8 hours ago]
Embracing immigrant children [Published Durham Herald-Sun - 8 hours ago]
Court upholds 2012 search by DPD [Published Durham Herald-Sun - 9 hours ago]
UNC School of Education revamping teacher educa... [Published Durham Herald-Sun - 9 hours ago]
DPS breakfast program wins $50,000 award [Published Durham Herald-Sun - 9 hours ago]
Panelists talk STEM collaboration, employment a... [Published Durham Herald-Sun - 10 hours ago]
GoPass available to Durham Tech students [Published Durham Herald-Sun - 10 hours ago]
Head Start to celebrate grand (re)opening [Published Durham Herald-Sun - 10 hours ago]
Buzz: New street food truck [Published Durham Herald-Sun - 11 hours ago]
Board by board to a new beginning [Published Durham Herald-Sun - 11 hours ago]
Funding climate stalls Carolina North project [Published Durham Herald-Sun - 15 hours ago]
Matthews: The untitled Joe Cuffy project [Published Durham Herald-Sun - 17 hours ago]
Hillside grieves loss of student [Published Durham Herald-Sun - 18 hours ago]
Crime up 13 percent in first half of 2014 [Published Durham Herald-Sun - Sep 16 2014]
Police log, Sept. 16 [Published Durham Herald-Sun - Sep 15 2014]
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DPS sees influx of ‘Border Children’ [Published Durham Herald-Sun - Sep 15 2014]
Duke Energy partners with Strata on solar energy [Published Durham Herald-Sun - Sep 15 2014]
NCCU to launch computer science, business degre... [Published Durham Herald-Sun - Sep 15 2014]
Letters to the Editor, Sept. 16 [Published Durham Herald-Sun - Sep 15 2014]
Duke University Durham Public Schools Student o... [Published Durham Herald-Sun - Sep 15 2014]
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