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Youth with type 2 diabetes develop more complications
Thursday, March 16, 2017
CHAPEL HILL – Teens and young adults with type 2 diabetes develop kidney, nerve and eye disease, as well as some risk factors for heart disease, earlier than their peers with type 1 diabetes within eight years of diagnoses. The results, co-authored by a researcher at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, are the latest findings of the
Cancer survivor refuses to slow down
Thursday, March 16, 2017
CHAPEL HILL – Forty-three-year-old Nicole Armstrong is living with an advanced stage of colon cancer. And she is determined to beat the odds. “It is a journey,” said Armstrong, seated in chair No. 36 on the third floor of the UNC Lineberger Cancer Center in Chapel Hill. “Every other week I go to get chemo. I am on a mission –
BOOK: The most famed HBCU marching band
Thursday, March 16, 2017
The Hundred By Curtis Inabinett Jr. Page Publishing Inabinett Jr. dedicated a seven-year period and delivers the undeniable story of the legendary Florida A&M University Marching Band. Inabinett’s biographical display of words vividly paints an illustrative mind’s eye view of the famous band from 1946 to 2015, leaving no stones unturned in
Thursday, March 16, 2017
GDBCC Greater Durham Black Chamber of Commerce will host its next Black Business Forum March 21, 6-7:30 p.m. at 601 Fayetteville St. RSVP at http://gdbcc.eventbrite.com. RALEIGH CHAMBER March 23, 7:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. – Women’s Leadership Conference, Raleigh Convention Center. RSVP by March 16 to 664-7063. KNIGHTDALE CHAMBER Annual Awards
Donít be a victim of tax fraud
Thursday, March 16, 2017
If you get a call from the IRS threatening you with lawsuits or jail unless you pay up immediately, don’t worry. It’s a scam. IRS impersonation and tax scams by phone, email, snail mail and text are ongoing. Criminals use increasingly creative ploys to trick taxpayers, but you can protect yourself and your money. First, you should know that
Families Moving Forward provides those in need
Thursday, March 16, 2017
DURHAM – What would you do if you and your children were suddenly homeless? How would you keep your family safe and sheltered? Families Moving Forward, at 300 North Queen St., is an organization that can help in such times of need, providing temporary homes to families with children. The organization provides emergency housing to families for up to
Grambling women upset Ole Miss in WNIT
Thursday, March 16, 2017
OXFORD, Miss. – John'ea Thompson scored with 11 seconds left as four Lady Tigers notched double-figures in a history-making 78-75 upset of Ole Miss in the Women's National Invitation Tournament. With the win, Grambling State (19-14) is the first women's basketball team in conference history to win a postseason tournament game. Down 75-72 with 1:54
Eagles leave fans a season to remember
Wednesday, March 15, 2017
North Carolina Central’s “Cinderfella” run ended before the stroke of midnight Tuesday after the Eagles lost to UC Davis 67-63 in the First Four of the NCAA Tournament. The Eagles end the season with the second most wins (25-8) under eight-year coach LeVelle Moton. After taking a 34-31 lead into the half, NCCU was outscored by the Aggies
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Food Cook-off

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Art Show

The Town of Carrboro has a new art exhibit


Big Country Breakfast

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Funding to HBCUs essential to equality

Historically Black Colleges and Universities have been a safe haven for black students to

VUU women advance to championship

Former CIAA commissioner Leon Kerry always said, “The difference between Division I and

Academy changes lives of Durham youth

RALEIGH – Alikib Jannah didn’t mince words when describing his attitude before