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Durham was host to some of the key moments of the Civil Rights Movement in the 1950s and 1960s. The first "sit-in" of the Movement took place in Durham when young African Americans sat at "white-only" booths at the segregated Royal Ice Cream Parlor and refused to move. The city is also home to Duke University, one of the most renowned universities in the United States.

Population: 223284
Local Newspapers: The Herald-Sun, The News & Observer Courier
Local Sports Teams: Durham Bulls (International League)
Local Colleges: State UniversityDuke University, North Carolina Central University

Zip Codes associated with durham, north carolina: 27701, 27703, 27704, 27705, 27707, 27712, 27713
Towns/Cities near durham, north carolina : Chapel Hill, Gorman, Creedmoor, Hillsborough, Morrisville

Durham News
Duke noose sparks rallies against racism

Kendall Baker, 6, sits with her mother and Duke University staff member Dana Creighton during a university-wide forum outside the Duke Chapel on campus. Durham, NC: A noose found outside the main student center at Duke University thrust the campus into turmoil on Wednesday, prompting an investigation, a student march and a forum that drew hundreds to the steps of Duke Chapel.

Noose found outside US university student centre

Durham, NC: A noose was found hanging outside the main student centre at Duke University in North Carolina early on Wednesday, prompting an investigation by university officials. The noose was discovered around 2am, hanging from a tree in the Bryan Centre plaza.

- Duke investigating noose on campus

Duke University officials are investigating a noose discovered early this morning on a tree near the Bryan Center Plaza in the center of West Campus. Pictures of the noose were posted on social media sites, including that of a group called the Duke People of Color Caucus.

Bloom Where You're Planted: Quad City Arts Visiting Artist Nnenna...

Buy Microsoft Office 2010 Standard with SP1 Prior to her career - or rather, careers - as a jazz vocalist, composer, author, and actor, Nnenna Freelon was employed in the worthy but far less glamorous field of health-care administration. She says, however, that in her late 20s, while working as a North Carolina-based administrator in the early 1980s, "I suddenly had an epiphany that I was not happy, even though I loved working in a hospital environment.

Crime log: Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Dahliechia Smith, 22, of 507 Neathery St., Henderson, was arrested March 30 on a charge of larceny. She was released on bond pending a court hearing April 20. Peter Hamiwka IV, 30, of 1915 Old U.S. 70, Clayton, was arrested March 30 on a charge of second-degree trespassing.

Sign of the Sandman by Tom Turner named Foreword Reviews 2014 Book of the Year Finalist

PRLog - March 31, 2015 - DURHAM, N.C. -- Sign of the Sandman , the Magic Factory's critically acclaimed fantasy adventure novel by Tom Turner, has been honored as a finalist in the Children's Fiction category of the 17th annual Foreword Reviews' IndieFab Book of the Year Awards. Each year these prestigious awards shine a light on the best literary works from independent publishers, university presses, and noteworthy self-published authors.

State awards $611,000 in 'Innovation' grants to 13 companies

Thirteen emerging companies from around the Triangle which have received federal grants for product research and development will get an additional $611,000 in matching grants from the state of North Carolina. 3-C Institute for Social Development, Inc. in Cary: $50,000 to build an interactive Internet program that aims to increase employment for students with intellectual disabilities.

Facts about the revived N.C. historic tax credit bill awaiting Senate debate

Redevelopment of the historic American Tobacco Campus in Durham has been one of the largest beneficiaries of the state and federal historic tax credit programs. A bill seeking to revive North Carolina's historic preservation tax credit is working its way through the state legislature, but it looks a lot different than the tax-credit law that real estate developers had been used to.

Durham man arrested in standoff

A 26-year-old man was arrested Monday night after a stand-off with Durham Police Department and the U.S. Marshals. The arrest came after a Jan. 28 incident where police allege the man shot at occupants in a house on Woodcrest Street.

Fire damages downtown building again

For the second time in less than a year, fire damaged a commercial building in the heart of downtown Durham. Part of the roof collapsed on firefighters, injuring one.

What can lemurs tell us about about longevity?

They reveal what they found - after combing 50 years of the Center's medical records - in the Journal of Zoology . The records covered medical data on hundreds of dwarf lemurs and three other lemur species.

A club where Groucho's advice does not apply

Groucho Marx once said, "I don't want to belong to any club that would have me as a member." When The Kid was a high school senior, my mom, my child and I flew up to Vermont to check out the New England Culinary Institute, in Montpelier.

60 Minutes Covers Duke's Polio Virus Clinical Trial Against Glioblastoma

I earned a Ph.D. in pharmacology and therapeutics from the University of Florida and a B.S. in toxicology from the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and Science. I report on all things pharmaceutical and scientific from the Research Triangle Park area of North Carolina.

Mayor: Renovations of historic Pizitz building should be done in 18 months

The old Pizitz department store in downtown Birmingham is going to get a very long-awaited makeover. Birmingham Mayor William Bell said that the dilapidated structure will transformed in to about 148 high end apartments and the bottom floor will be retail space.

Supreme Court questions North Carolina sex offender law

In an unsigned and unanimous decision that could rattle a number of states, the court rejected North Carolina's arguments and concluded the ankle-bracelet monitoring program amounts to a search. The decision means convicted felons like Torrey Dale Grady can now challenge the life-long monitoring.

Bond doubled for Durham motel shooting suspect

Mike Dwayne Brown, 33, surrendered to police at his home 111 N. Elizabeth St. at about 2 a.m. Monday, a little more than three hours after a shooting at a Comfort Inn near the intersection of N.C. Highways 54 and 55 in Durham. A 27-year-old woman called 911 to report the shooting, saying she had been shot in her left side and possible in one of her arms.

Durham buys property for new police headquarters; Bull City Ciderworks reaches goal

The Durham Police Department headquarters at 505 W. Chapel Hill St., could be torn down and rebuilt under one of three scenarios under consideration for a new police headquarters complex. The city of Durham has closed on its purchase of a 4.5-acre block on East Main Street that will become the site of the new Durham police headquarters.

Time Warner Cable bundles in Durham , North Carolina

Living in the 21st century means people are bombarded with choices all the time. But Time Warner Cable knows that keeping your life simple is the best thing they can offer. By bundling your digital services like cable TV, high speed Internet and home phone services together, customers can save money and time. Imagine if you were able to get your electric, gas, water and trash bills all on one statement. Time Warner Cable in Durham , North Carolina , makes your life simpler, and allows you to have more money to spend on other things.

Time Warner Cable in Durham , North Carolina, understands that people just want low prices, high-quality products and convenience. The billing is easy, with easy to understand items and no hidden charges.

The local fans of Durham Angels (MLB), Durham Ducks (NHL) and other notable sports teams will get plenty of high-definition TV coverage. Fans will also able to check their teams scores online using Time-Warner Cables high-speed Internet. Residents of Durham need to be connected all the time

When you sign up with Time Warner Cable for digital cable TV in Durham , North Carolina, you will get all of the best channels your entire family loves to watch. Some of their best features include their Look Back® option, which allows viewers to watch select prime time shows within 72 hours, even if they didn’t record it on their DVR.

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Bundling all of your digital services means plenty of savings for you – so take advantage of Time Warner Cable’s great collection of cable TV, high-speed Internet and digital phone services.