Volunteers pack lunches for Durham students to have on day of teacher rally

Volunteers pack lunches for Durham students to have on day of teacher rally

With more than 60 percent of students in Durham qualifying for free or reduced lunch, volunteers packed the downtown Durham YMCA to pack food for the kids that will need it on Wednesday when schools are closed.

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NC expects bumper crop of blueberries

Blueberry lovers should have a tasty summer, according to Agriculture Commissioner Steve Troxler.
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Melted, warped, bubbled: Homeowners stuck with damaged siding

The siding on her home is melted, warped and bubbled. “What do you say when your house is melting right in front of your eyes,” asked Stephanie McEwen.
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Assisted living center strangulation suspect a convicted child rapist

A resident of a Tarboro assisted living facility charged with murdering one fellow resident and raping a second last month is a registered sex offender convicted of raping a child in Boston more than 30 years ago, according to records.
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Greg: Tuesday is transition day, muggy wet weather coming

WRAL meteorologist Elizabeth Gardner said the system churning in the Atlantic had a 30 percent chance of growing into Tropical Storm Alberto over the next two days and a 40 percent chance of reaching that level over the next five days.
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Called-in threat prompts brief lockdown at Sanderson High School

A code red lockdown was lifted Monday afternoon at Raleigh’s Sanderson High School.

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