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Schewel offers four suggestions for expediting the integration of Durham's city and county schools and argues that delays must end.
Steve Schewel, founder of the INDEPENDENT, explains his motivation to start the paper and now thirty years later why he is selling. Schewel reminisces about previous experiences writing and hardships to keep the paper in circulation.
From sunup until sundown there are 45,000 soldiers training to fight at Ft. Bragg. They are known as the 82nd Airborne. Writer Steve Schewel profiles the division of highly-trained soldiers ready to win The Next War.
For more than a decade, The Department of Human Resources’ wastewater treatment plant at Butner has dumped polluted water into a tributary of Falls Lake– Raleigh’s drinking water supply which the department is pledged to protect.
During his six years as a columnist for the Independent, Hal Crowther's writing has reaped praise, outrage, and hostility from readers. In his new book, UNARMED BUT DANGEROUS, he continues to point out the foibles of humankind.
Now that everyone knows the Triangle is a great place to live, how long will it last? With upcoming municipal elections in Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill, and Carrboro focused on development, existing communities are feeling the heat of growth.