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RLT presents musical based on childrenís book
Saturday, October 25, 2014
RALEIGH – In Ridgetop, South Carolina (1906), Mirandy is determined to catch Brother Wind. It's the best bet to win the cake walk, but he eludes all the tricks that her friends advise. This adaptation of Patricia McKissack’s award-winning book (Caldecott Medal and Coretta Scott King Award for Illustrators) is a cultural celebration that is full
Aggies take over first-place
Saturday, October 25, 2014
GREENSBORO – Homecoming wins always have a little extra weight to them. The alumni, student body and administration all walk out of the stadium with their chest poked out before partaking in a few more tailgates, and the fun and festivities scheduled for the evening. North Carolina A&T’s 40-21 homecoming win over Florida A&M Saturday
Blue Cross reveals 2015 health insurance rates
Friday, October 24, 2014
RALEIGH – North Carolina's largest health insurer says rates will rise by more than 13 percent on average next year for buyers of individual Affordable Care Act policies. Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina discussed the prices Wednesday. As an example, the insurer cited a typical rate for a 45-year-old man in the Raleigh area who doesn't
Triangle HBCU teams try to rebound
Thursday, October 23, 2014
Winston-Salem State won its 28th straight conference game last weekend and is ranked No. 15 in the latest American Football Coaches Association poll. Former Chowan record-setting wide receiver Robert Holland (right) has joined the Spokane Shock of the Arena Football League. Holland spent last season with the Canadian Football League’s Calgary
CIAA winners, losers so far
Thursday, October 23, 2014
Three weeks are left in the CIAA football season – hard to believe isn’t it? And so are some of the records. Let’s be honest: With the exception of Winston-Salem State, Virginia State and a resurgent Virginia Union squad, it’s been a pitiful season for the C-I. Hmmm, where to start? Let’s begin with the good. New Rams coach
A bad decision by lawmakers thatís looking even worse
Thursday, October 23, 2014
Here’s something that you haven’t heard enough about through the overwhelming din of the attack ads during this election season. Just three months into the new fiscal year, North Carolina has a revenue shortfall of just over $60 million, and it may balloon to 10 times that much before next June. There isn’t any question about the cause
Improve your end-of-life health care
Wednesday, October 22, 2014
The day my father died from prostate cancer, Jan. 11, 2011, is the day I decided that no family should ever experience the same pain. That day everything changed for me. I had worked for seven years at an organization whose sole focus is end-of-life care, yet I had not had even one conversation with my father about his end-of-life wishes. It was truly a
Keep the trick out of Halloween treats
Wednesday, October 22, 2014
WINSTON-SALEM – A bag of Halloween candy isn't all treats for the one in 13 U.S. kid who suffers from food allergies. One group is working to make this year's holiday a little less tricky. Angela Fuller, founder of Food Allergy Families of the Triad, organized her group after her child was born with food allergies. She says she appreciates those who
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NC State grant trains future mental health professionals

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Roundtable to shape Durham community

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Durham CAN celebrates progress

DURHAM – The Emily K Center auditorium was home to almost 500 people for a town-hall type