News Archive

The Forest at Duke, a vibrant continuing care retirement community in the heart of Durham, introduced a new corporate brand and logo today. [+]
For a 5th year, The Forest at Duke has proven it's financial strength and excellence in service by being awarded a 'BBB+' Fitch credit rating. [+]
The Forest at Duke will be hosting a campus walk fundraiser for the Arthritis Foundation Thursday May 11th, 2017. [+]
The Forest at Duke is proud to support the Durham Performing Arts Center as sole sponsor of the LEGENDS Concerts & Comedy Series. [+]
The Forest at Duke and WRAL-FM MIX 101.5 are partnering with The Boys & Girls Club of Durham to change the lives of local children this Christmas. [+]
?The Boys & Girls Club of Greater Durham and The Forest at Duke recently partnered to bring together two generations through reading. [+]
We are pleased to announce that The Castle Theatre Company from Durham, England will perform Shakespeare's "Much Ado About Nothing" at The Forest at Duke on Wednesday, September 14. [+]
The Forest at Duke is proud to be the sole sponsor for the LEGENDS series at DPAC for the 2016/2017 season. [+]
The Forest at Duke makes announcement following nationwide search [+]
The event is sponsored by The Forest at Duke retirement community's diversity committee and the Durham County Library Humanities Program. [+]
Resident Sylvia Kerckhoff honored by Durham Chamber of Commerce [+]
Ninety-two-year old resident of The Forest at Duke Penelope Easton discusses her new memoir "Learning to Like Muktuk: An Unlikely Explorer in Territorial Alaska". [+]
Our 2014 charitable contributions totaled $125,000 to local non-profit organizations. [+]
We're pleased to announce a Forest Board member and resident have both been recognized. [+]
The 2014 LeadingAge NC Career Excellence Award for Lifetime Achievement goes to Leslie Jarema [+]
Resident Jack Hughes was a Navy doctor onboard LST 497 offshore Omaha Beach during the invasion of Normandy, France on D-Day. [+]