Here's a look at today's local headlines:
First in today's N&O read how Housing for New Hope is offering to matc $5,000 in private donations to help relocate people being forced out of Lincoln Apartments. Jeanne Smialek has the story.
EYES ON THE PRIZE: In Today's DN, Jim Wise has more on that $5 million prize Bloomberg Philnathropies is offering th ecity with the best innovative idea for solving some of today's thorniest urban challenges. Read the story here.
THE $20 FIX: Read how a new program is helping save cats and dogs in Durham County. Jamie Kennedy Jones reports the county has joined a state remibursement program that provides low cost sterilization for the pets of low-income county residents. Read the story here.
WOODARD'S SEAT: Read who's already lining up for consideration to finish City Councilman Mike Woodard's term now that he's been elected to the state Senate. Jim Wise has the story.
Bob Wilson says hopes in East Duham are riding high on hot dogs. Tracie Fellers says she is Durham grit, at least on her good days. And lots more. Tell us what's on your mind at email@example.com
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