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2015/01/28 09:57
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Internet connections in Durham are about to get faster. Google officials announced Tuesday afternoon that the Raleigh-Durham area would be among the next to acquire the company's ultra-fast Internet...
2015/01/28 09:57
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2015/01/27 20:59
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... century, cities around the world have compared themselves to Paris. Many claim to be the Paris of the East: Bucharest, Prague, Istanbul, Beirut and Shanghai to name a few. There's also the Paris...
2015/01/27 14:56
2015/01/27 14:56
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Luke P. Martin Jr., one of the last surviving sons of a Civil War veteran, died Sunday at his home in New Bern. He was 97. File photo by Bill...StarNewsOnline.comJanuary 27, 2015 9:09 AM New Bern...
2015/01/26 21:29
2015/01/26 21:29
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A woman walking in the blinding snow on Main St in Danbury during the Blizzard of 1987 Views of downtown New Haven after the Blizzard of 2013 on Tuesday February 12, 2013. The blizzard left many...
2015/01/25 05:06
2015/01/25 05:06
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There is no Plan B for what to do if the money doesn't come this year." Daryl Black, museum director POLL: Would you visit a museum on Chattanooga's history? The Chattanooga History Center was...
2015/01/22 06:37
2015/01/22 06:37
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Business leaders and residents have voiced a mix of excitement and hesitation regarding a proposal to build an Arts and Innovation Center in Carrboro. The Carrboro Board of Aldermen held a public...
2015/01/21 06:37
2015/01/21 06:37
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The American Civil Liberties Union chapter of North Carolina — which was founded in the 1960s to defend the rights of UNC students to have “radical” speakers on campus — is celebrating its 50th...
2015/01/20 08:02
2015/01/20 08:02
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RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — A clue discovered just a few years ago on a centuries-old map has led researchers back to a North Carolina site in hopes of discovering whether the men, women and children of...
2015/01/16 12:24
2015/01/16 12:24
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... music and words and their influence on the civil rights movement. Gov. Pat McCrory and the son of the late historian John Hope Franklin were scheduled to address the midday Friday service held at...
2015/01/15 17:01
2015/01/15 17:01
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The U.S. Army officially captured Fort Fisher on Jan. 15, 1865. At Fort Fisher State Historic Site, however, re-enactors and others will mark the anniversary of the battle Saturday and Sunday at the...
2015/01/15 17:00
2015/01/15 17:00
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... with pomp, bi-partisanshipGeneral Assembly opens session with pomp, bi-partisanship “This offers us a great opportunity this year to say this delegation is united,” Carney told her...
2015/01/15 07:22
2015/01/15 07:22
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Stephen P. Jones, who shepherded expansion projects while headmaster of The Elisabeth Morrow School in Englewood — and who was vividly remembered for his loyal Brittany spaniel — died Friday at his...
2015/01/13 19:42
2015/01/13 19:42
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... 60 feet in length, which is amazingly long," says Craig McClain, the assistant director of the National Evolutionary Synthesis Center in Durham, N.C., and the primary author of the paper....
2015/01/12 07:22
2015/01/12 07:22
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... the home front during wartime. This collection is now available for viewing in Carnegie Hall's Museum Gallery through Feb. 27. The photographs on display were produced by Ben Shahn in October...
2015/01/10 00:52
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Tryon Palace Director Philippe Lafargue will retire March 1. North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources Secretary Susan Klutz came to New Bern on Thursday and called together the staff of Tryon...
2015/01/08 00:19
2015/01/08 00:19
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Leonard C. Meeker, ambassador Leonard C. Meeker, 98, a State Department legal officer who served as U.S. ambassador to Romania from 1969 to 1973, died Nov. 29 at his home in Ocracoke, N.C. The cause...
2015/01/07 21:41
2015/01/07 21:41
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The Lawndale Museum, 119 Piedmont Drive, Lawndale, was awarded a 2014 North Carolina Preservation Consortium grant for preservation supplies and storage cabinetry. The award enabled the museum to...
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2015/01/07 06:47
2015/01/07 06:47
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... 1929 — died on Monday. He was a former freelancer for The Free Press. Floyd Smith Jr., owner of Fasco, Inc., on U.S. 258 North, recalled the days from the late 1930s up until the 1950s when he...
2015/01/04 20:04
2015/01/04 20:04
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... had a very distinct look throughout his NASCAR career, from the muttonchops and sunglasses of the 1970s to the more familiar cowboy hat and cowboy boots he donned throughout most of his...
2015/01/04 08:48
2015/01/04 08:48
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... site-specific installation by artist Chris Nitsche. To run through Feb. 5. Spartanburg Art Museum, The Chapman Cultural Center, 200 E. Saint John St., Spartanburg. 864-542-2787. Student...
2015/01/28 09:57
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