Here's a look at today's local headlines
BENTWOOD COMPLAINTS: It's four times as big as Lincoln Apartments, the other low-income apartment complex in the news lately. Find out why East Durham activist Melvin Whitley sat residents down with police and city officials last week in our story here.
GEEKS CREATE CHARITY WEBSITE: It was just two self-described geeks at Bible study. Correspondent Jamie Kennedy Jones reports how the idea has become a way to foster good deed doing in Durham. Read her story about Benefacting here.
THE CHILDREN'S INITIATIVE: The East Durham Children's Initiative meets with its partner agencies this week to talk about how to measure their impact on the 120 blocks they're targeting. In case you missed our story, read it and meet folks like YE Smith Principal Latisha Judd (left) here.
And under Viewpoints on our website, My View columnist Pierce Freelon (left) savors Durham's small-town moments, Bob Wilson says no high-speed police chase is worth a human life, and builder Chad Collins is thankful for his hometown.
All that and more in The Durham News, reaching 68,000 homes every Sunday and Wednesday. What's on your mind? Tell us at email@example.com
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