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UNC Chapel Hill students honor Wilson Caldwell
Monday, March 5, 2018
CHAPEL HILL – University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill students and faculty, city officials, and members of the community gathered last week at Old Chapel Hill Cemetery to pay tribute to Wilson Caldwell and his contributions to the university and community. The celebration was planned to honor Caldwell’s legacy and to discuss what lessons can
Polio, MS doesn’t rob Durham woman of her style
Friday, March 2, 2018
DURHAM – Ann Evans touches perhaps as many people’s lives today from her wheelchair as she did before she was stricken with multiple sclerosis over 20 years ago; on top of, at age 2, having polio that left her with a limp. Known for doing hair, known for her fashionable style, Evans is also known for sharing a kind word. “When I talk to
Nonprofit, historians fight for slave cemetery’s life
Tuesday, February 27, 2018
RALEIGH — In 1811, a slave known only as Cato died of consumption in Raleigh, taking his rest in the corner of City Cemetery reserved for the black departed. No one knows Cato’s age, but his reputation endures in an obituary printed in the Raleigh Minerva — a recognition few slaves received. In the death notice, Cato was described as the
FMLA should be expanded, critics say
Monday, February 19, 2018
RALEIGH – When Jeannine Sato gave birth to her first baby in 2007, she was only able to stay home for six weeks – and that was through a combination of taking the sick time she had left and the vacation time she had accrued. Though federal law offers 12 weeks of unpaid leave to new mothers through the Family Medical Leave Act, Sato
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