Early Voting Ends November 1st.
Durham, NC — Registered voters ready to cast their ballot for the Election Day 2014 can do so early beginning Thursday, October 23, 2014.
Early voting begins at 9a.m. on October 23rd at the Board of Elections’ new office, located at 201 … read more
The Research Triangle Office of Moore & Van Allen PLLC relocated on October 17, 2014 from its space on Davis Drive to its new offices in the Perimeter Park corporate campus on Carrington Mill Boulevard. The office reopened in its new home on October 20.
The Firm’s Research Triangle … read more
Our recent Greet the Purchasers event was a big success. Although nothing beats an in person conversation, the guide below will help you navigate your business to greater sales and partnership opportunities.
Click below to download the guide to all Purchasers at this year’s Greet the Purchasers event! If you … read more
Feel like spending an afternoon watching people design and construct works of art out of cans of soup, bags of beans and boxes of pasta, all while being serenaded by local music, enjoying tasty food truck grub, sipping on some cold North Carolina brew and watching the kiddies play in … read more
Ebola Public Information Line 1-800-222-1222
North Carolina has opened an Ebola Public Information Line for people to call with questions or concerns about Ebola.
As I drove to work on Monday, I wondered what if any paperwork required updating with my own human resource department, after legally marrying in New York over the summer, and now that North Carolina recognized my marriage — I imagined other same sex couples doing the same resulting in … read more
SCOTT HARMON , Center Studio Architecture
In 1992, Scott moved to Durham and worked in City Planning and Architectural Associates in Chapel Hill with Don Stewart, Bob Anderson and Ralph Lasater. He left to start J.Scott Harmon Architect in 2000. In 2004, Scott and David Arneson started Center Studio Architecture. … read more
A team of developers led by Longfellow Real Estate Partners from Boston, Duke University and Measurement Incorporated President & CEO Hank Scherich unveiled formal plans Wednesday, October 1, 2014 for the $400 – $500 million Durham Innovation District (Durham.ID). The project covers 15 acres just to the west of downtown.… read more
The Durham Chamber of Commerce began working to keep Argos in Durham back in 2010 and faced challenging competition from Canada along with cities in Texas, Florida and North Carolina. As with most successful economic development deals, the Durham Chamber of Commerce collaborated closely with the State of North Carolina, … read more