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Education forecast for 2017
Friday, December 9, 2016
The year is drawing to a close, but its accomplishments in K-12 education say much about what we can expect in the year ahead. This past year has ushered in landmark educational advancements in North Carolina, setting the stage for unprecedented innovation, choice and opportunity in 2017. North Carolina families, including many in our African-American
 
Six black Republicans for Trumpís cabinet positions
Tuesday, December 6, 2016
President-elect Donald Trump owes the black community absolutely nothing. Let me repeat that: HE OWES US NOTHING! Blacks gave Trump just 8 percent of their vote and Hillary Clinton won 88 percent. Clinton's share of black voters was considerably lower than Obama’s 93 percent in 2008 and 96 percent in 2012. Trump has said he will make things a lot
 
Court ruling over overtime leaves workers high and dry
Tuesday, December 6, 2016
December 1 was supposed to be a great day for an estimated 156,000 salaried workers in North Carolina. But thanks to a recent federal court order, the day instead brought disappointment and confusion for most of them. For nearly seven months, thousands of North Carolinians have been anticipating an increase in their pay due to the Obama
 
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Burlington girl in need of life-saving transplant

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Carolina Theatre meets city matching funds

DURHAM — Kindhearted community support, generous corporate gifts and benevolent private

Durhamís Black Nativity celebrates 10 years

DURHAM – The Triangle Performance Ensemble presents Durham's Black Nativity, a stirring,