Spring 2019 Kickoff NC State B Corp Clinic
NC State B Corp Clinic is a multi-school collaborative program has helped North Carolina companies achieve B Corp certification by working with teams of graduate and undergraduate students from universities across the state.
Business community signs up to Durham Living Wage
Photo: Durham Living Wage From high speed fiber broadband to the proposed Durham-Orange County light rail, there are signs that Durham’s economy is on a major upswing. Many in the community, however, still struggle to get by on low and stagnant […]
Solarize races to enroll Triad residents
After successful solar drives in Chatham and Durham, NC WARN is bringing the Solarize program to the Triad region.
I40 PEDESTRIAN/BIKE BRIDGE GOOD FOR HEALTH AND BUSINESS
A recently completed study measured the impact of joining the northern and southern section of the American Tobacco Trail with a pedestrian bridge over I40. The study found that the trail completion has had a beneficial impact, both economically and socially.
SEWAGE SPILL RUINS ENO RIVER ASSOCIATION HEADQUARTERS
Repairs may reach $100,000 to clean up the Eno River Association's offices after a disastrous sewage failure.
DURHAM CYCLISTS ADVOCATE FOR SAFER STREETS
Durham considers how to stay pedestrian and bike-friendly as the city grows.
STATE WILL HELP FUND LIGHT RAIL
A draft of governor's transportation plan includes support for the planned light rail connecting Durham and Chapel Hill.
PUBLIC MEETINGS SCHEDULED ON DURHAM-ORANGE LIGHT RAIL PROJECT
Triangle Transit will host four public workshops next week to provide an update on the Durham-Orange Light Rail Transit Project. Attendees will have an opportunity to comment on a draft of the Environmental Impact Statement, and learn about how public input will be considered going forward.
DURHAM CONSIDERS A FOOD POLICY COUNCIL TO UNITE STAKEHOLDERS
Durham community and advocacy groups are exploring development of a local food policy council to address community needs.
PLANNED DURHAM “AGRIHOOD” BRINGS A FARM-CENTERED MODEL OF SUBURBAN DEVELOPMENT
A proposed development north of Durham will offer residents an amenity farm and 140 acres of shared conservation land.