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Report Card
Friday, February 23, 2018
Whew! What a season it has been. Despite the obvious favorites, the CIAA Tournament should be pretty interesting, with only a few teams out of the running for the title. No need to beat around the bush, let’s get to it. And, as always with CC, ladies first. (Records as of Feb. 21). WOMEN – Northern Division • Virginia Union (8-1 North,
 
Durham Arts Council displays ‘America Wants’
Friday, February 23, 2018
DURHAM – Turning photos into powerful messages, Owens Daniels is using photography and digital art to make a statement about relevant social issues of the moment. Originally from Richmond, Virginia, Daniels considers himself a “hybrid North Carolinian.” A retired military veteran, he got his start in photography at the U.S. Army
 
FSU’s Henderson hits milestone
Friday, February 23, 2018
Fayetteville State women’s bowling coach Bobby Henderson shows no signs of slowing down. Henderson won his 1,000th match last weekend at the James Brown Invitational Bowling Tournament. The Broncos, undefeated in conference play (23-0), needed just three wins for the milestone. After going winless the first day, the ladies rebounded in the best 4 of
 
North Carolina receives an ‘F’ for child poverty
Friday, February 23, 2018
North Carolina’s latest child health report card gives the state an “F” in “Housing and Economic Security” due to the high percentage of children living in low-income homes and neighborhoods. Children from families that are not financially secure fare worse in almost every indicator of health, including birth outcomes, access
 
White Rock Baptist celebrates its rich faith through film
Friday, February 23, 2018
DURHAM – Just down Fayetteville Street from the Chicken Hut and Food Lion stands a 152-year-old church that has fostered a community of devoted supporters and faithful followers of Jesus Christ in the Hayti District. White Rock Baptist Church was founded in 1866 by Margaret Faucette and is one of the oldest community service-oriented churches in
 
A simple fitness program
Thursday, February 22, 2018
So you have been thinking about your overall health. You want to become more active. You want to become more energetic. And you want to lose a few pounds along the way. Well, you are cooking with grease now. You are focusing on what must be done. And because the implementation of a fitness program starts within your head first, you are now on your way to
 
Aggies complete Corbett perfection
Thursday, February 22, 2018
GREENSBORO – The North Carolina A&T men’s basketball team did something the program has not done in 30 years. They finished undefeated at Corbett Sports Center. They put the final touches on a perfect home season with a 78-69 win over Maryland Eastern Shore Monday night in their home finale. N.C. A&T’s last undefeated season at
 
Child death stats show family members often the culprits
Wednesday, February 21, 2018
RALEIGH – Of nearly 500 North Carolina children who died in homicides between 2007 and 2016, parents and caregivers were found responsible for 257, members of the state’s Child Fatality Task Force heard Tuesday in Raleigh. Meeting at the General Assembly, the task force’s intentional death committee received the grim latest statistics
 
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Kaki King

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Report Card

Whew! What a season it has been. Despite the obvious favorites, the CIAA Tournament should be

Durham Arts Council displays ‘America Wants’

DURHAM – Turning photos into powerful messages, Owens Daniels is using photography and

FSU’s Henderson hits milestone

Fayetteville State women’s bowling coach Bobby Henderson shows no signs of slowing down.