Publication: Durham Herald-Sun

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Police log, July 30

Officers make arrests in two stabbingsDURHAM – Officers have made multiple arrests in connection with two stabbings this month.Officers were called to a stabbing just after 5:30 a.m. on July 15. There they found 18-year-old Terrance Sparkmon Jr. had been ... [Published Durham Herald-Sun - 7 hours ago]
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New effort targets unsolved homicides

DURHAM —It’s been almost 25 years since Cynthia Jones Kirk was found stabbed to death at her home. And it’s been almost 25 years since her older sister lost her best friend.In August 1989, the murder of a 34-year-old mother while her 19-month-old daughter ... [Published Durham Herald-Sun - 7 hours ago]
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Commissioners OK four salary increases

DURHAM —County Commissioners this week approved pay raises for County Attorney Lowell Siler and three other senior officials.Siler received a 3 percent bump in pay, boosting his salary from $178,404 to a new figure of $183,756, said Cora Wilson, the county’s ... [Published Durham Herald-Sun - 8 hours ago]
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DPS makes several key personnel changes

DURHAM —Jerome Leathers, principal of Jordan High School, will become the new principal of the Southern School of Energy and Sustainability.Leathers will report to Southern on Aug. 6.The school board approved the move Tuesday, along with several other ... [Published Durham Herald-Sun - 8 hours ago]
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Assistant police chief sues city

DURHAM —A Durham Police Department assistant chief filed a civil-rights lawsuit against the city late Tuesday afternoon, contending he was denied a promotion because he’d complained about the department’s treatment of black officers.The assistant chief, ... [Published Durham Herald-Sun - 8 hours ago]
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Don't overlook Swiss chard

When you think of summer produce, which vegetable or fruit first comes to mind? Corn? Watermelon? Tomatoes?I'd wager that Swiss chard isn't anywhere in your top 10 ... or even your top 20.Swiss chard zipped across my radar when my CSA (community supported ... [Published Durham Herald-Sun - 9 hours ago]
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Remedial recipes

When I write a column, it’s a careful dance.Unleashed, I could write the equivalent of a Michener novel each week. But since there needs to be room in the newspaper for everything else, I usually have to cut at least 200 words from the pieces.Most weeks ... [Published Durham Herald-Sun - 9 hours ago]
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Forgoing futile resistance

North Carolina Attorney General Roy Cooper wasted no time drawing the logical conclusion from Monday’s decision by the 4 th U. S. Circuit Court of Appeals rejecting Virginia’s ban on same-sex marriages.North Carolina is in the 4 th Circuit and Cooper ... [Published Durham Herald-Sun - 11 hours ago]
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Justice Department: Fracking firm violating state law

RALEIGH —The N.C. Department of Justice issued a cease-and-desist order in a letter Monday to a company seeking mineral rights in Durham and Chapel Hill, noting it is in direct violation of North Carolina law.The company, Crimson Holdings Corporation, ... [Published Durham Herald-Sun - 12 hours ago]
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First-graders’ reading suffers in segregated schools

CHAPEL HILL —A study from the Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute has found that African-American students in first grade experience smaller gains in reading when they attend segregated schools — but the students’ backgrounds likely are not ... [Published Durham Herald-Sun - 12 hours ago]
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Registration starts for free dental clinic

DURHAM —Traditional schools will begin soon, but many children in Durham County will start the school year without proper dental care.To help children start the school year off on the right track, the Durham County Department of Public Health, with the ... [Published Durham Herald-Sun - 13 hours ago]
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Jury deliberations resume Tuesday in Lovette trial

DURHAM —Jury deliberations resume Tuesday in Durham County Superior Court in the robbery and first-degree murder trial of Laurence Lovette.During closing arguments Monday, prosecutors painted Lovette as a cold-blooded killer who cut short a promising ... [Published Durham Herald-Sun - Jul 29 2014]

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In response to those questions, Hardin it would be "improper for the court to provide a response to a question that gives the impression that it is commenting on the composition of the evidence in any case. All evidence that will be presented in this case has been presented."
...nonprofits, and community stakeholders is at the heart of EDCI’s work," said David Reese, President and CEO of East Durham Children's Initiative. "We could not succeed in improving outcomes for children and families who live in the EDCI Zone without investment from key partners like Duke Energy."
"It looked like they had been emptied out," she told the jury. "I was devastated by this because someone had been in our bedroom."
In its most recent retreat the Durham County Board of Social Services considered the question, "If you could be transported in time five years from now and DSS was the best performing department in the state, what would it look like?"   The board was guided by the knowledge that everyone has strengths, meaning that all people have resources including past successes, abilities, dreams...

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New effort targets unsolved homicides [Published Durham Herald-Sun - 7 hours ago]
Police log, July 30 [Published Durham Herald-Sun - 7 hours ago]
Assistant police chief sues city [Published Durham Herald-Sun - 8 hours ago]
DPS makes several key personnel changes [Published Durham Herald-Sun - 8 hours ago]
Commissioners OK four salary increases [Published Durham Herald-Sun - 8 hours ago]
Remedial recipes [Published Durham Herald-Sun - 9 hours ago]
Don't overlook Swiss chard [Published Durham Herald-Sun - 9 hours ago]
Forgoing futile resistance [Published Durham Herald-Sun - 11 hours ago]
Justice Department: Fracking firm violating sta... [Published Durham Herald-Sun - 12 hours ago]
First-graders’ reading suffers in segregated sc... [Published Durham Herald-Sun - 12 hours ago]
Registration starts for free dental clinic [Published Durham Herald-Sun - 13 hours ago]
Lovette jury views exhibits, resumes deliberations [Published Durham Herald-Sun - 17 hours ago]
Fire station getting facelift [Published Durham Herald-Sun - 20 hours ago]
County raises incentives offer to drug maker [Published Durham Herald-Sun - Jul 29 2014]
Moral Monday comes to the Bull City [Published Durham Herald-Sun - Jul 29 2014]
Friendship truly for life [Published Durham Herald-Sun - Jul 29 2014]
Jury deliberations resume Tuesday in Lovette trial [Published Durham Herald-Sun - Jul 29 2014]
DPS Corner: All children, schools matter [Published Durham Herald-Sun - Jul 29 2014]
Duke’s first female history department chair ho... [Published Durham Herald-Sun - Jul 28 2014]
Fire tied to lightning damages home [Published Durham Herald-Sun - Jul 28 2014]
Final arguments slated today in Lovette trial [Published Durham Herald-Sun - Jul 28 2014]
Reacting to a senseless crime [Published Durham Herald-Sun - Jul 28 2014]
City expanding parking restrictions around NCCU [Published Durham Herald-Sun - Jul 28 2014]
Neil Offen: Weather or not [Published Durham Herald-Sun - Jul 27 2014]
HSNWS 7-28 letters [Published Durham Herald-Sun - Jul 27 2014]
DPS recruiting tech teachers [Published Durham Herald-Sun - Jul 27 2014]
Choreographers offer glimpses behind performances [Published Durham Herald-Sun - Jul 27 2014]
FBI malfeasance undercuts death penalty [Published Durham Herald-Sun - Jul 27 2014]
Be wary of fracking pitch [Published Durham Herald-Sun - Jul 27 2014]
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