Here's a look at tomorrow's headlines:
ROUGEMONT REDUX: (I love that word, redux). Durham's not quite a town to the north is trying to become a town again. Jim Wise has the latest on a new bill in the legislature.
BECOME A FOSTER PARENT: Did you know Durham has only 90 foster families for something like 236 children in the county's custody? Correspondent David Elstein talks with one local family that opened its home and hearts to twin boys. Find out how you can help.
WATERSHED WATERSHED: Durham County holds a public hearing Monday night on that Jordan Lake boundary that may, or may not, allow a developer to move ahead on his plans. Jim Wise has a preview.
SAUNDERS: Columnist Barry Saunders says there are two times to grab your wallet and run. What's this got to do with Duke's request to shut down a couple of city streets? Read his column and find out.
DN designer Brian Wasson is cautious about that Burt's Bees incentive, guest columnist D.G. Martin writes about basketball, Easter and his trip to Full Frame, and Flo Johnston's writing about cats ... in church.
Have a great weekend. Remember John Schelp's got that Old West Durham walk starting at 9 a.m. Saturday at Indian Trail Park (at Indian Trail & Albany). No reservations needed.
And thanks for reading,