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321 Coffee: Inclusive Employment, With a Latte to Go

By Steve Unruhe Trinity Park’s newest neighborhood coffee shop, 321 Coffee, is built on inclusion. Located at 300 Morris Street at the base of the Durham ID (Innovation District) building, 321 currently employs over 50 adults with intellectual and developmental

Posted in Local Businesses or Organizations

Reality Center: Our Neighbors on the Corner

By quinn holmquist, Coordinator of Community Engagement and Giving at Reality Ministries You’ve probably seen our sign. You’ve perhaps spied us walking up Lamond and down Watts to Trinity Park. Perhaps you or your four-legged friend has gotten an effusive

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Meet your neighbor and sponsor: Sarah Hill

by Annie Ambrose Sarah Hill is a longtime Trinity Park resident, currently at 1011 Dacian Ave (downstairs, unit A), and owner of Hamilton Hill Jewelry , a longtime sponsor of the Trinity Park News. Trinity Park neighbor Sarah Hill of Hamilton Hill

Posted in Local Business Spotlight, Local Businesses or Organizations, Personal interest

The Bullpen: Durham’s New Social District, Effective December 1, 2022

Durham’s downtown social district, aka “the Bullpen,” went into effect on December 1. The Bullpen extends from the corner of W. Main St. and Buchanan Blvd. to Golden Belt. In this district, people can walk with specially marked to-go containers of

Posted in Arts and culture, Local Businesses or Organizations, Neighborhood concerns, Recreation

Bike Durham: Working for Safe, Affordable, and Sustainable Transportation

By John Tallmadge, Executive Director, Bike Durham The TPNA invites speakers to our monthly board meetings to educate us on topics of interest to the neighborhood. Bike Durham Executive Director, John Tallmadge, joined us at the November 4 TPNA Board

Posted in Advocacy, Community development, Environment, Health and safety, Local Businesses or Organizations, Traffic

Home Tour Benefits Families Moving Forward

Trinity Park is proud to have a wide array of housing types, including large historic homes, small single-family homes, multi-family homes, and apartments of various kinds, including Section 8 housing. This year’s Home Tour did a great job of showing

Posted in Community development, Home Tour, Local Businesses or Organizations, Neighborhood Events, TPNA

Rain Garden Workshop July 17

Calling All Neighbors! Come learn about the importance of rain gardens and help with some key rain garden maintenance tasks on Saturday, July 17 from 9-11:30am on the George Watts playground (700 Watts St.). Rain date: Sunday, July 18.

Posted in Local Businesses or Organizations, Neighborhood Events, Stewardship and beautification

The Reality Center Story

By The Reality Staff Located in Trinity Park since 2008, the Reality Center at 919 Lamond Ave. works to “create opportunities for teens and adults with and without developmental disabilities to experience belonging, kinship and the life-changing Reality of Christ’s

Posted in Local Businesses or Organizations

Local Business Spotlight: freelightphoto

Did you know that there is a photographer who lives around the corner from you, who has an indoor and outdoor photography studio? Can (pronounced like “Jon”) Dickerson is a portrait photographer who calls Trinity Park her residence and place of

Posted in Local Businesses or Organizations