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Omega Psi Phi Talent Hunt Program
Thursday, March 30, 2017
The Iota Iota chapter, in partnership with fellow Wake County graduate chapter Xi Mu Mu, presented the 72nd Annual Talent Hunt Program last month on William Peace University’s campus. One of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity’s national projects, which was born out of the limited opportunities afforded to some American youth to develop and give full
 
Maureen Joy Charter spreading joy for 20 years
Thursday, March 30, 2017
DURHAM – Maureen Joy Charter School celebrated its 20th anniversary last month. The celebration highlighted the tremendous growth of the school since its inception in 1997, the contributions of key community partners, and the recognition of those who have been integral to the school's success. Maureen Joy's student proficiency has grown 22 percent
 
NC lawmakers, gov reach deal in 'bathroom bill' standoff
Thursday, March 30, 2017
RALEIGH – North Carolina Republican lawmakers and Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper said late Wednesday that they have agreed on legislation to resolve a standoff over the state's "bathroom bill" through a replacement measure that still restricts LGBT nondiscrimination protections. GOP leaders announced the new legislation would be debated and voted on
 
Food choices play important role in tooth decay
Wednesday, March 29, 2017
CARY – Your teeth are essential tools for enabling a balanced and healthy diet. They are imperative for chewing and swallowing, and what you choose to put in your mouth can greatly impact your teeth and gums. “What you eat on a daily basis is sure to affect your next dental checkup,” said Dr. Bobbi Stanley of Stanley Dentistry in Cary.
 
Suffering pain few know about
Wednesday, March 29, 2017
WASHINGTON — By the time Victoria Makinde finished her story of pain, unanswered questions and confusion, there were tears and sniffles throughout the room of roughly 100 people gathered in the auditorium. The 33-year-old graphic designer told the mostly female group of the excessive bleeding and debilitating pain that stunned even her doctors. She
 
Senate tax plan asks more of low-income taxpayers
Tuesday, March 28, 2017
Instead of aiding low-income and rural North Carolinians, the Senate's tax proposal continues to hurt the state’s ability to build a strong foundation of support for the economy, according to a new report. The Senate proposal ultimately benefits the state’s wealthiest taxpayers and profitable, large corporations, says a new report from the
 
Coppin State baseball in showcase
Tuesday, March 28, 2017
For college baseball’s boys of summer, whose rites of passage are drenched in the warmth of heat and humidity in June and July, a frosty March weekend at the Washington National Baseball Academy helps the DC Grays fulfill its mission to embrace HBCU baseball. Coppin State faced Lafayette and Harvard in the inaugural Head First Honor Roll Collegiate
 
Black unemployment rises under Trump
Monday, March 27, 2017
During President Donald Trump's first full month in office, the black unemployment rate rose as the white unemployment rate fell, according to the latest jobs report. Key employment indicators show that black workers lost ground in February. The unemployment rate for black workers increased from 7.7 percent in January to 8.1 percent in February. The labor
 
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Omega Psi Phi Talent Hunt Program

The Iota Iota chapter, in partnership with fellow Wake County graduate chapter Xi Mu Mu,

Maureen Joy Charter spreading joy for 20 years

DURHAM – Maureen Joy Charter School celebrated its 20th anniversary last month. The

NC lawmakers, gov reach deal in 'bathroom bill' standoff

RALEIGH – North Carolina Republican lawmakers and Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper said late