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Chamber salutes community heroes and volunteers
Wednesday, December 10, 2014
CHAPEL HILL – The Chapel Hill-Carrboro Chamber of Commerce hosted its annual Salute to Community Heroes presented by AT&T Dec. 11 at the main stage of University Mall. The Chamber celebrates the men and women who are committed to making Chapel Hill-Carrboro a thriving, healthy and sustainable community. Honorees: • Citizens of the Year:
McCrory announces innovation grants for N.C. businesses
Wednesday, December 10, 2014
RALEIGH – New innovation grants will assist 13 North Carolina companies in bringing new, cutting-edge products to the marketplace. Governor Pat McCrory and Commerce Secretary Sharon Decker announced the One North Carolina Small Business Fund recipients last week, along with awards adding up to $640,448. “These grants will help leverage public
Self-Help expands network
Tuesday, December 9, 2014
DURHAM – Self-Help celebrated the grand opening of its first full-service credit union branch with the bigwigs last Friday. Both Governor Pat McCrory and MetLife executives were in attendance to cut the ribbon to the new branch at 123 West Main Street. “While Durham is Self-Help’s hometown, it has taken us 30 years to open a full-service
Debt collectors target, harass older consumers
Wednesday, December 3, 2014
For succeeding generations, retirement has been the time when older Americans reaped the benefits of their years in the workplace. Oftentimes at ceremonies, workers would receive a gold watch – a symbol of their entry into retirement and an era of ‘golden years.’ Today, few if any count on getting a gold watch. And what should have been
Downtown Durham staple relocating
Tuesday, November 25, 2014
DURHAM – If you’ve visited the downtown plaza and seen the majestic Major the Bull statue in all its glory, chances are you’ve seen Blue Coffee Cafe across the street. That will soon change. The cafe, which has occupied its prime spot of real estate on Corcoran Street for a little over nine years, will soon be relocating to the corner of
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Island of Lights New Year’s Eve Countdown

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Newsmakers of the Year: Fast food workers fight for 15

The Raise Up for $15 movement is one that has swept both North Carolina and the nation this

NCís obvious newsmaker of the year

It’s the time of the year when newspapers and websites and television talk shows are busy

Survey: Few companies interested in millennials or diversity

DURHAM – Nearly 60 percent of U.S. chief financial officers say their firms are not