Correction (December 2, 2010): Due to an editing error, this graphic misstates the total deposits in commercial banks and savings institutions in 1998. There were $980,902 in deposits. Surrounding this circle is recently distributed data from the U.S. Census Bureau. It shows the changing face of the county through selected data drawn from 1998 and 2008. Data for 2010 will be released
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Set up on Franklin Street, the DTH sought responses for a simple question: what was your last memory worth remembering?
Thelbert Green, 60, has recently begun to read three syllable words. Green was never able to read because he is dyslexic, and could not find the help he needed until he was paired with a tutor at the Orange County Literacy Council last year.
The Tar Heels kicked off the 2010-11 season by defeating the Lipscomb Bisons 80-66 Friday in the Dean E. Smith Center.
The UNC South Asian students association held its annual south asian dance competition on Saturday. The competition features a variety of South Asian dance forms: traditional, bhangra, fusion. The event also featured a special music performance by the group “Punjabi by Nature.”