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Welcome to our annual bash. We'd call it a holiday gathering, but the party's actually been in progress all year long, in theaters large and small across our region.
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Quintiles defends clinical trial standards in India DURHAM - Indian health ministry officials have claimed in court in India that Durham-based Quintiles and another company didn't follow norms for clinical trials involving 1984 Bhopal gas leak survivors, The Times of India has reported.
After being burned severely at a hunting camp in Sandy Bottom, a deputy fire chief with the Sandy Bottom Volunteer Fire Department has b has been air-lifted to the North Carolina Jaycee Burn Center in Chapel Hill.
Ken Hudnell thinks he can save North Carolina hundreds of millions of dollars while cleaning one of the Triangle's most important water supplies.
Planning for growth has been a red hot topic in Chapel Hill this year. The 2020 plan, completed in June 2012, skipped over land-use planning, leaving that critical task to be completed over the next few years in six designated "focus areas" where growth and change are most expected.
About 300 people attended Duke's opening reception at the beginning of the month for its new multimedia exhibit, "Two-Way Bridges: Connecting Duke, Durham, and the Americas/Puentes de Doble VA a: Conectando Duke, Durham, y las AmA©ricas."
Four West View Elementary School students watched UNC-Chapel Hill play Old Dominion in football as part of a new Academic All-Stars program.
A Triangle Transit bus, with a "Johnston Express" sign in the front window, drives up the shoulder as traffic slows to a crawl on I-40 inbound from Johnston Co.
No matter how careful you are, your personal information can end up online and you could become a victim of identity theft.
The New Hope Audubon Society will join the National Audubon Society's 114th annual Christmas Bird Count in Durham on Sunday, Dec. 15. Christmas Bird Counts will also be in Chapel Hill on Sunday, Dec. 22, and at Jordan Lake on Sunday, Jan. 5. Counters with all skill levels are welcome.
Tyler Booker, a senior at City of Medicine Academy, didn't always put his best foot forward as a freshman.
For many years, the county has collected curbside recycling from eligible rural homes and accepted recycling at its Eubanks Road facility from private haulers contracted to provide town residents with curbside service.
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Hall’s practice, Pathology Associates of Boone, took in more money from the state medical examiner’s system between January 2001 and mid-2013 than almost any other medical examiner in private practice – about $970,000, according to state data.
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is investigating a personal information data breach that affects more than 6,000 people.