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NBA players pick a tough executive director
Thursday, December 4, 2014
In July, the NBA Player’s Association elected Attorney Michele Roberts as their first black female executive director, putting her in place to help them negotiate business and other concerns with the league’s billionaire owners. As a well-respected trial lawyer in the Washington, D.C., area, Player’s Association President Chris Paul was
Ware retires as CIAA official after 31 years
Thursday, December 4, 2014
With the end of the CIAA football season came the end of the officiating career of Donald Ware. After 31 years of service in the CIAA, Ware called it quits. His career highlights include officiating in three CIAA championship games (2001, 2004 and 2007), five NCAA playoff games and the 2004 Division II national championship game. But the Ware name in the
Honda Battle of the Bands Invitational Showcase
Sunday, November 9, 2014
TORRANCE, Calif. – HBCU students, alumni and fans cast their votes online and took to social media to help their favorite marching bands advance to the 13th annual Honda Battle of the Bands Invitational Showcase. The final eight bands have been selected and will take the Georgia Dome by storm Jan. 24, 2015, in front of a packed crowd in Atlanta. The
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Police Ceremony

Raleigh Police Department will hold its


Island of Lights New Year’s Eve Countdown

The New Year’s Eve countdown will be held


African American Dance Ensemble's Kwanzaafest

Dr. Chuck Davis and the African American Dance

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Military children enjoy Christmas holiday in the hangar

MORRISVILLE – The TAC Air building at Raleigh-Durham International Airport received a

New initiative helps Durham fight poverty

An initiative to help those in poverty fight it and its negative effects has come to Northeast

HBCUs grad rates disappointingly low

A recent analysis of black graduation rates at a large group of the nation’s historically