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Wallethub lists three cities in North Carolina among its list of cities with the fastest-growing homicide rates.

In this special edition of “Triangle Empowered,” The Light 103.9’s Melissa Wade chats with Kelly Thompson, the executive director of Durham’s Exchange Family Center. Since 1992, the Exchange Family Center has counseled countless families in Durham to prevent child abuse and neglect, keeping kids safe in the community. Their free, bilingual, and evidence-based services improve […]

Parade Participants The application period for parade participants is October 3 – November 7, 2022. All applications will be reviewed after the deadline on Monday, November 7 and notified of their status by Friday, November 11. If your application is accepted, you will be billed and have 3 business days to pay. If you enroll […]

The City and County of Durham will recognize business relationships for small- and minority-owned businesses in October during a free event in observance of 2022 Minority Enterprise Development (MED) Week. Each year, MED Week nationally celebrates the achievements of minority entrepreneurs and affirms the commitment of governments, businesses, and community organizations to the principle of […]

Sorry, we won’t “let it go!” Disney’s Broadway adaptation of the hit film Frozen is coming to Durham! Fans of the hit film are in for a treat when the musical hits Truant Broadway at the Durham Performing Arts Center (DPAC) from September 14 through October 2. Foxy’s Karen Clark talks to Dominic Dorset, who plays […]

On September 9th, from 7-9:30pm, join MoDH at Durham Central Park for a Movie Night under the stars! We will be showing Food Town, a short documentary that interviews 6 different Durham-based chefs about the honor of being “The South’s Tastiest Town”. After that great presentation, we know you will be hungry for more, so we’ll take a […]

Vice President Kamala Harris made a stop through the Bull City yesterday (Sept. 1) at the Durham Center For Senior Life. After taking a tour of the facility, she spoke in front of a packed house to discuss the recently-passed Inflation Reduction Act, which she says will greatly benefit our local seniors. The act brings sweeping […]

On September 9th, from 7-9:30pm, join MoDH at Durham Central Park for a Movie Night under the stars! We will be showing Food Town, a short documentary that interviews 6 different Durham-based chefs about the honor of being “The South’s Tastiest Town”. After that great presentation, we know you will be hungry for more, so we’ll take a […]

Sheriff Clarence F. Birkhead announces DCSO will conduct another gun buyback this weekend. The event will take place on Saturday, August 6, 2022, at two (2) sites in Durham starting at 9:30 a.m.: Locations: Mt. Vernon Baptist Church 1007 South Roxboro Street Durham County Stadium Wisteria Ave (visitor side parking lot) This weekend’s event will be […]

The Durham County Board of Elections in conjunction with Durham County Kids Voting is formally announcing the first ever Kids ‘I Voted’ Sticker contest for Durham County. The winning design will be chosen by Durham County students in grades K-12 and will be given to kids attending the polls with their parents. The deadline to […]

Small businesses that experienced hardship or disruptions due to COVID-19 are still eligible to apply for the Durham Small Business Opportunity Loan Fund, a business recovery program presented by the City of Durham and Durham County and administered by Carolina Small Business Development Fund (CSBDF). Known previously in 2020 as the Small Business Recovery Fund, […]

National anthem auditions for the 2022 season have gone virtual! Anyone wishing to sing the National Anthem prior to a Bulls home game, including groups, is welcome to audition by filling out the form at the link below, which includes uploading a video of their performance. MORE DETAILS HERE Performers will have one minute and […]