Here's a look at today's local headlines:
MISSION MEETING: (which makes me think of 'Missionary Man,' which makes me think of the Eurythmics, a bright spot of otherwise forgettable '80s pop music, but I digress). The expansion of the Durham Rescue Mission has raised concern among some in the Golden Belt neighborhood. Now at least the two sides are talking.
HOMELESS CONTRACT: It's not a lot of money, but should the city be paying a worker up to $1,000 a month in expenses to work at home when original plans called for a government desk and phone? City Councilman Eugene Brown doesn't think so.
BEHIND THE CAMERA: Deirdre Haj is taking the Full Frame Documentary Film Festival to places it hasn't been before. Correspondent Matthew Milliken reports on a new camp that is training the next generation of filmmakers here in the Bull City.
Bob Wilson says DPAC's proof is in the profits, David Sterling say patience really is a blessing, and Marshall Lewis, son of former Senate candidate Ken, is back from a revolutionary ride.
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