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‘C Hope’ skates to victory
Tuesday, August 18, 2015
WAKE FOREST – Carrington Mason-Belvin skated her way to a championship trophy at the Hershey Open in Hershey, Pennsylvania. The Harris Creek Elementary fourth-grader kept cool and calm, as she was the final skater to compete in her group. Carrington practices in Cary twice a week with her coach, Russian Olympic medalist Elena Betchke, and twice a
N.C. A&T women release schedule
Friday, August 14, 2015
After three consecutive 20-win seasons, N.C. A&T women’s basketball team is still seeking that elusive MEAC championship. The Aggies have been dominant at home the past three seasons under coach Tarrell Robinson, posting a 35-5 record at Corbett Sports Center. N.C. A&T has earned two WNIT postseason bids under Robinson, but has yet to advance
Hill never got his due as a player
Thursday, August 13, 2015
One of the greatest basketball players ever died Aug. 10. As one newspaper article put it, “Cleo Hill Sr. was Michael Jordan before Michael Jordan.” You’ll read all sorts of accolades about Mr. Hill and his domineering days at Winston-Salem State (1958-61). How he scored almost 2,500 points in his college career and averaged 25.4 points a
Prairie View unveils new stadium and complex
Thursday, August 13, 2015
Prairie View A&M University's Blackshear Stadium was in rough shape for as long as Roy Perry can remember. The wooden benches he sat on as an engineering student in 1978 to watch Panthers football games had not changed much from when the team was in its heyday and won five black college titles between 1953-64. Perry graduated in 1978 dreaming
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Wrongly convicted brothers each get $750K payout

RALEIGH – Two North Carolina brothers were awarded $750,000 each in compensation Wednesday

Durham superintendent gets contract extension

DURHAM – It appears Durham Public Schools Superintendent Bert L’Homme will be